- Wedding Advice
- Wedding Advice
Staffordshire, , england
When your special day is over, the cake has been eaten and 'the dress' as been packed away you know the wedding photographs are yet to come. Mark Dudley of Bramshaw Photography will endeavour to capture all the special moments from your day. From moments between mother and daughter to the show of love between a new Mr and Mrs. Supported, on occasion, by his wife Natalie they work together to ensure the dress is arranged, veil is fluffed and the crowd of guests are being called to group photos. Bramshaw Photography understand the time you will have taken to choose your venue, florist, DJ and grooms suit. This same attention to detail is taken on your images. Long after your special day we understand looking back at the photographs is a window to all the memories. Bramshaw Photography specialise is reportage or documentary style photography but also stress to couples that this is a great opportunity to gather family and friends around them for group shots. Take a look through our images and feel free to contact us with any questions.
"Destination Wedding" Choosing the right photographer was a huge deal for us. After choosing a destination wedding we knew we didn't want just anybody doing our photographs. Bramshaw photography shot my sisters wedding in St. Ives and I knew as soon as I saw the photos that I wanted them. They were breathtakingly stunning. We then made a pretty big decision to fly Bramshaw Photographers out to Aruba with us, instead of using onsite photographers
Thank you Mark & Natalie for our gorgeous photos. Every single one is amazing. Thank you for being such a special part of our day and giving us a lifetime of memories to look back on xxx
By Emily Baddeley
We used Bramshaw Photography for our August wedding, and can highly recommend! Mark and Natalie were very professional and extremely friendly throughout the process. We felt completely at ease, and our photos are exactly want we wanted (and more!) Our guests also commented on how friendly they were! Thank you Mark and Natalie.
By Katie Stamp