The last few weeks have been absolutely mad. What with recent weddings, All of a sudden everyone wants to get married, it’s not even the long-range bookings that seem to be popular, weddings with a week’s notice and one wedding with four hours notice, customer rang me at 9.30 in the morning and I was doing their wedding at 1 pm. Normally the festive season is the quiet time within the wedding industry, not this year, and to be honest, I believe this is the way the industry is heading. The wedding business is more popular than ever, no longer the restriction of a traditional church service and evening do at the local village hall, Now you can get married anywhere, local pub, club and wedding venue’s galore.
The wedding of Igor and Cheryl at Great Hallingbury Manor on the 18th October, a real character Igor. Full of laughter and fun. Then there was the wedding of Peter and Debbie at the Brasserie at Marks tey, a great barn venue with flying owls if a little cold on the day. A great day was had by all. The old rectory at Dunton for the wedding of David and Natalie, the beautiful sunny day almost reminiscent of the weather of 2014.
The wedding Business
So the business of wedding photography moves on, another six weddings to be photographed before the end of December. 2016 is a new year and a new season, which is already proving to be busier than 2015 with over 40 bookings for next year and bookings flying in for 2017 as well. I believe 2016 is going to be the best year ever, let’s just hope the weather is just as good and not your typical British summer.