Sunday Spotlight – Darren Gritton Photography

This weeks Sunday Spotlight is Darren Gritton Photography

Where are you based & what areas do you cover?
West Sussex I also cover East Sussex, Kent, Essex, Berkshire, Hampshire

What services does your business offer?
Wedding and Portraits

What 3 words would you say would describe your business?
Relaxed, Fun and affordable

How and when did you first get started in the wedding industry?
Did a friends wedding for free and then it took it off from there 3 years ago.

For couples booking your category of business what would you say is the most important thing for them to look for?
It’s important for them to like a photographer’s work style and also personality too

On average how many weddings do you do a year?
20-25

What makes you most excited about weddings?
Capturing their memories

What would be your most important piece of advice to couples just starting with wedding planning?
Always ask questions to genuine suppliers, they will help you with the planning


At the end of a busy wedding, how do you wind down?
Sleep

What is your most popular service/item/product?
Weddings

Do you have any current offers to share with readers?
30% off weddings in 2022




Darren Gritton Photography

 

Website: www.darrengrittonphotography.com

Phone Number: 07538 135 722
Areas Covered: East Sussex, Essex, Hampshire, Kent, Surrey, West Sussex

Sunday Spotlight – Purple Boots Photography

This weeks Sunday Spotlight is Purple Boots Photography

Where are you based & what areas do you cover?
I’m based in Warrington, Cheshire. Cover the North West predominantly, but also work across the UK.

What services does your business offer?
Engagement, Wedding and Elopement photography, as well as events and portraiture.

What 3 words would you say would describe your business?
Driven by love!

How and when did you first get started in the wedding industry?
I shot my first wedding back in 2006 – it was my Dad’s wedding!
He is an absolutely fantastic photographer himself and to have been asked by him was both terrifying but intensely motivating – the trust, both in terms of getting the images right but also using all of his precious camera gear was something that I really valued.

For a number of years afterwards, I built my business alongside a demanding full time career in a different sector, working on weddings, portraits and branching out into gigs and live events.

In 2019, I took the leap to make my business my main focus – spectacular timing (I mean, really, a global pandemic?!) but I don’t regret my decision at all.


For couples booking your category of business what would you say is the most important thing for them to look for?
I really believe that connection on a personal level with your photographer is absolutely crucial. The person you choose is being trusted with capturing as much of your day as is humanly possible and that needs them to be able to engage with guests as well as the couple themselves, to be able to direct politely and to also have the skills of a photography ninja to capture unguarded moments too. If your photographer is not someone who you ‘click’ with (no pun intended) they will not be able to capture the best of you and your guests on the day, no matter what their technical skill.

I always offer a face to face (via Zoom currently) to meet and chat about the plans, ideas about style of photography and to get a sense of who the clients are and whether we are a good fit. I’m very honest and open and encourage couples to make a decision that combines their gut feeling about me and whether my style of photography fits with their vision. Price should never be the first consideration!

On average how many weddings do you do a year?
I keep my wedding bookings relatively low so that I have appropriate time to give my full attention to the work that goes on once the memory card is transferred to the computer! Under normal circumstances, I work between 5 – 15 a year.

What makes you most excited about weddings?
If it was a career option, I would be a wedding crasher! I absolutely love the whole emotional rollercoaster of a wedding day – the nerves and excitement; the happy tears; the laughter and shenanigans and just the whole sense of togetherness that comes from family and friends coming to witness it all. From a photography point of view, the opportunity to capture really wonderful and intense moments between the couple or that the couple don’t see, is something that makes me really excited.

What would be your most important piece of advice to couples just starting with wedding planning?
Really consider what you want. You will get lots of advice, some of it well meaning and perhaps other bits that are less so, but it is so important to keep coming back to what is important to you both about your wedding day. Research is absolutely at the heart of making it right for you, recommendations and reviews are a good starting point and trusting your intuition and gut feeling about suppliers – always listen to yourself!

Be clear on your budget, what you absolutely want to have and what aspects you might be able to be flexible about. Always consider the value of what you will be getting rather than the price.


At the end of a busy wedding, how do you wind down?
Normally, I will drive home and go straight upstairs to my office and get all of the images onto my computer and backed up. Then it’s a hot bath, some music or an audiobook and a cup of tea, before bed!

A wedding is a physically demanding day – even in a relatively small venue, I can walk over 5 miles with all of the back and forth, so actually resting and clearing my head is essential so that when I start editing the next day, I am ready to work again.

Who is your biggest inspiration?
That’s so difficult! As a photographer, I am very much drawn to the work of David Bailey, Rankin and Anton Corbijn – if you look at their work, there is a real sense of style and drama (particularly as they favour black and white photography). In life, without sounding twee, my family are my inspiration – the work I do, I do out of passion for the photography but also because they have supported and encouraged me so much to pursue the thing that I love doing.

What is your most popular service/item/product?
My Silver Wedding Package is the one that tends to be most popular – it gives couples a full day with printed products as part of the final package. Increasingly, couples are favouring prints, albums and portfolios – having the tangible product has such intrinsic value and is something that future generations will also be able to share in.What would be the first 3 things that you advise couples to book?

When I married, I worked on getting my venue figured out first, tying that into availability of registrar (for a civil service) and then I chose my evening entertainment and my photographer. Once you know what your venue you are having, it helps then in terms of seeing how different suppliers styles / products will fit.

Do you have any current offers to share with readers?
I offer 20% discount to Blue Light Card holders.

Is there anything else that you would like to add?
Right now, with so much uncertainty about daily life, there may be many couples really hesitating about booking their weddings. I’ve recently shot a couple of weddings with the Covid restrictions in place – only 15 guests – and honestly, they have been the most joyful, intimate weddings I have been able to shoot in such a long time. The big celebrations for those couples will happen when they can, but the marriage itself was the most important thing and there’s just something about that that makes it even more lovely. I am holding my 2020 prices for 2021 bookings as I understand that financially, this might help a little with people’s budgets.


Purple Boots Photography

Our story:

I love a wedding!
I consider it a real privilege to be a part of someone’s wedding and being able to capture as much of the day as I possibly can. I know from personal experience that all of the preparations in the run up to the day can be stressful and, alongside the obvious excitement and joy of saying “I do” to the one you love, there is always a little anxiety about the day running smoothly. As your photographer, I have a role to play in that, from ensuring that you are confident that I am well prepared for your day and that I know exactly what you want to be captured, to ensuring that I engage with your family and guests, confidently and professionally to capture them at their best.

I try to be as unobtrusive as possible during the day in order to catch candid moments that reflect the events of the day. However, I am more than happy to accommodate formal group shots and posed shots as part of my service. I found that the photos that I was happiest with from my own wedding were those where we weren’t ‘posing’ but were in the moment – I am not comfortable in front of the camera myself so I completely understand the nervousness that people may feel when the camera lens is pointed at them.

The wedding day goes by so quickly and the happy couple definitely do not get to see everything that goes on during the day. One of the best bits of being a wedding photographer is capturing those fleeting moments that you didn’t see, so that you are able to enjoy the laughter and joy that everyone shared as your guests. I also encourage my couples to build in some time, even if it’s only 20 minutes, to take a walk by themselves, away from the guests, to just savour the fact that you’ve just married the person who you love – I will capture posed shots or will keep my distance in order to take more informal, relaxed shots of you together.

With family and portrait photography sessions, I find that choosing a location where everyone is comfortable is the most important factor in getting the right images for clients. I am able to travel to your home or other locations (indoor or outdoor) of your choice. I have portable lighting equipment that can be used if needed at no extra cost. I’m flexible with time and I prefer to spend some time having a chat and getting to know clients before I direct the camera at them.

I’m also experienced in shooting a range of different events, from music gigs in smaller venues to skateboarding/blading competitions in fast paced, high energy environments.

Phone Number: 07799 630 853
Areas Covered: Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Bristol, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Cheshire, City of London, Cornwall, County Durham, Cumbria, Derbyshire, Devon, Dorset, East Sussex, East Yorkshire, Essex, Gloucestershire, Greater London, Greater Manchester, Hampshire, Herefordshire, Hertfordshire, Isle of Wight, Kent, Lancashire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Merseyside, Norfolk, North Yorkshire, Northamptonshire, Northumberland, Nottinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Rutland, Shropshire, Somerset, South Yorkshire, Staffordshire, Suffolk, Surrey, Tyne and Wear, Warwickshire, West Midlands, West Sussex, West Yorkshire, Wiltshire, Worcestershire, Ayrshire & Arran, The Borders, Dumfries & Galloway, Fife, Forth Valley, Grampian, Greater Glasgow & Clyde, The Highlands, Lanarkshire, Lothian, Orkney, Shetland, Tayside, Western Isles, Clwyd, Dyfed, Gwent, Gwynedd, Mid Glamorgan, Powys, South Glamorgan, West Glamorgan, Antrim, Armagh, Down, Fermanagh, Londonderry, Tyrone

The Wedding Sector Needs Your Support

The Wedding Sector Needs Your Support

The wedding sector is currently on its knees, the Covid19 pandemic has completely decimated weddings & events, a sector which is worth over £10bn a year.
Each year there are more than a quarter of a million weddings held in the UK, with the majority of these held between April – September.

So far none of the support schemes the Government has come up with are of any benefit to the majority of suppliers in the weddings and events sector.
Imagine what would happen if it were the banking sector that was facing the same devastating demise that the events sector is facing.
Wedding suppliers are being hit from all sides, as well as the lack of support from the Government they are also being subjected to demands from customers for immediate refunds, a lot of these businesses have used up their cash reserves trying to keep a roof over their heads and feed their families for the past 6 months.

The wedding sector urgently needs proper support, this isn’t about demanding more people at events or reinstating weddings as we know them, we all know that realistically this can’t happen right now, this is about stopping people going bankrupt, stopping families losing their homes and enabling suppliers to be able to feed their families. We are aware of a number of suppliers who have already had no option to shut their business because none of the support packages have helped them, this is devastating news and this is only going to get worse.
Most wedding suppliers have had no work since March 2020 and it is looking unlikely that weddings are getting back to any sort of normality until Spring 2021 at the very earliest.

Wedding suppliers work very hard and work extremely long hours to create the perfect wedding to give couples the big day they have always dreamed of, now more than ever these suppliers need your support. These businesses have mostly been built from scratch, under a huge amount of stress, blood, sweat and more than a few tears, it takes years to build a successful business in the wedding sector but unless the Government acts now many of these businesses will be wiped out in just a few short months.

A huge proportion of businesses in the wedding sector are run by the self employed, extremely dedicated hard working people who are often not given the credit they deserve and haven’t for decades, most have not been eligible for any of the Government support schemes as the qualifying criteria are too narrow, they then slip between the cracks, and the Government still refuse to support the sector.

On 29th September 2020 Ed Miliband said in parliament that “there are over 1m people employed in sectors currently shut down, including weddings, events and nightclubs. The Chancellor last week refused to support them because he said they were not viable, but the reason the businesses are shut is because they are rightly following the Government’s public health guidance to help tackle the virus”.
Alok Sharma (Secretary of State For Business) was asked by Ed Miliband if he agreed that it was “Wrong, insulting and terrible for our long term economic future as a country to write off as unviable these businesses and jobs which provide livelihoods for so many people in our country”
Alok Sharma has suggested that people in this sector should simply get better jobs or turn to the welfare system.

How Can You Help

You can help raise awareness, by using the power of social media, this is by far the quickest and easiest way to get a message to huge amounts of people very quickly, please share this post far and wide, adding your story in your post and use the hashtags #WeAreViable & #SupportingWeddingsAndEvents
Please feel free to use the image below as your profile picture as a sign of solidarity with the events sector, simply right click and save.

You can also get in touch with your local MP and make sure they are fully aware of how devastating this issue is for the sector.
Click HERE to find your local MP’s contact details

Finally please remember that suppliers are having a very hard time right now, with virtually no income, if you are planning your big day please be patient and try to postpone rather than cancel wherever you can.

Please be compassionate and empathetic to people who are self employed, their world is crumbling around them and they are haven’t been thrown the same lifeline as many other sectors.

 

Sunday Spotlight – Flying Lady Cars

This weeks Sunday Spotlight is Flying Lady Cars

Where are you based & what areas do you cover?
Sandhurst, we cover Berkshire Surrey and Hampshire

What services does your business offer? 
We offer a champagne toast or a Prosecco toast for the Bride and Groom We can also supply personalised window stickers with Bride and Groom names and wedding date
What 3 words would you say would describe your business?
Classic luxury travel

How and when did you first get started in the wedding industry?
My love of Rolls-Royce cars and the opportunity about 6 years ago to drive for a wedding car provider. This led me to starting my own business

For couples booking your category of business what would you say is the most important thing for them to look for?

The fact we do not have set time limits so there not rushing on our account

On average how many weddings do you do a year?
20/25
What makes you most excited about weddings?
Knowing the happy couple will have a comfortable drive to and from there venues
 
What would be your most important piece of advice to couples just starting with wedding planning?
Book early

At the end of a busy wedding, how do you wind down?
A lovely evening with my family
Who is your biggest inspiration?
Henry Royce
What is your most popular service/item/product?
Champagne toast
Do you have any current offers to share with readers?
Church venue car

Flying Lady Cars

Our story:

Flying Lady Cars aim to give the highest possible service you would expect on your special day

We have a beautiful classic 1970 Rolls Royce Silver Shadow in black over cream, which comes decorated with ribbons bow and flower display on rear parcel shelf.

We also can supply an iconic Black London taxi, ideal for Bridesmaids, complete with ribbons and bow.

07905 663 174
steve@flyingladycars.com
www.flyingladycars.com
Areas Covered: Berkshire, Hampshire, Surrey

Sunday Spotlight – Lynne Jessett Floristry

This weeks Sunday Spotlight is Lynne Jessett Floristry

Where are you based & what areas do you cover?
Stonehouse . areas covered Gloucestershire/ Cotswolds / Herefordshire/ southwest/ Bristol /Worcestershire /Wiltshire

What services does your business offer? 
Wedding Floristry, flowers for all occasions locally
What 3 words would you say would describe your business?
Bespoke boho flowers

How and when did you first get started in the wedding industry?
I started Lynne Jessett Floristry three years ago but I have been in and out the trade for over 45. Years

For couples booking your category of business what would you say is the most important thing for them to look for?

Passion, style, flexibility and a good listener this is paramount as it is at this stage in consultation that I listen to what you want , so I can create your perfect wedding each one is tailor made just for you

On average how many weddings do you do a year?
20/30
What makes you most excited about weddings?
Meeting people and designing beautiful creations with high quality flowers

What would be your most important piece of advice to couples just starting with wedding planning?
Don’t be frightened to say what your budget is , then it gives a clear idea to the suppliers to help show you what you can have for that . Also look for what makes your heart sing this is your special day after all .

At the end of a busy wedding, how do you wind down?
Curl up on the sofa with a gin and tonic x
Who is your biggest inspiration?
I think music is probably my biggest inspiration and nature . I may be listening to a track on planet rock and think of the types of flowers that would flow with that . So art and nature and progressive rock along with fashion.
What is your most popular service/item/product?

Wedding Floristry includes bouquets , table centrepieces and installation

What would be the first 3 things that you advise couples to book?
Venue date , florist and photographer
Do you have any current offers to share with readers?
Yes if they book Lynne Jessett Floristry and Zara Davis photography they will receive 5% off
Is there anything else that you would like to add?

I work individually to create your perfect flowers for your day which will last forever more in your memories using fragrant herbs and your favourite flowers as fragrance is an evocative memory so when you are walking through a park many years later you will smell a flower or herb and it will take you back to your special day . X

Photo credit Zara Davis


Lynne Jessett Floristry

Our story:

My name is Lynne and I am an experienced florist living in the cotswolds.

I pride myself on being passionate,friendly,professional and flexible.

When working with clients, I go out of my way to accommodate their needs and ensure their vision is fulfilled through beautiful bouquets, stunning centrepieces and dramatic installations.

Lynne Jessett Floristry

Burnt Orchard
Middle Street,
Eastlington,
Stonehouse,
Gloucestershire.

GL10 3BD
07815 984 857 or 01453 825 136
ljessett60@gmail.com
www.lynnejessettfloristry.com
Areas Covered: Bristol, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Shropshire, West Midlands

Sunday Spotlight – Amanda’s Beautiful Ceremonies

 

 

This weeks Sunday Spotlight is Amanda Beautiful Ceremonies

Where are you based & what areas do you cover?
Based in Essex but willing to travel worldwide

What services does your business offer? 
Primarily unique and personal wedding ceremonies but also baby namings,vow renewals, house blessings, pet ceremonies and other ceremonies.
What 3 words would you say would describe your business?
Amazing, unique, special
For couples booking your category of business what would you say is the most important thing for them to look for?
A connection with the celebrant, your celebrant will become your soulmate and support you on your wedding journey. Its important you gel so they can really create the ceremony that says everything about you as a couple. I would also check the celebrant is professionally trained and is insured.
What makes you most excited about weddings?
Everything! Creating beautiful ceremonies that make people smile, laugh and shed a tear for all the right reasons…and then seeing the joy of everyone present. Its really special to see the power of love and intense emotion in the couples eyes as they face each other as the ceremony proceeds, the intimate and personal vows are the real wows!

What would be your most important piece of advice to couples just starting with wedding planning?
Everyone will have opinions and advice but its your day so have the wedding you want, exactly as you want it. Just because nobody has done it the way you want that doesn’t matter, do it your way. Look at celebrant ceremonies before you book a registrar. In some cases for the same price as a registrar coming to your venue, you could have a weekday registry ceremony and then a celebrant ceremony at your venue. Work with suppliers with a can do attitude, who genuinely seem excited to work with you, and who really listen to you. Have a vision of your ideal day first and foremost, create a vision board or scrapbook full if ideas, magazine cut outs etc. Think about your budget, follow brides on social media for ideas and also to share your anxieties, ask for opinions etc. And of course I would say a celebrant led ceremony is a must..but then I might be a bit biased on that one!

At the end of a busy wedding, how do you wind down?
Being a part of a beautiful ceremony is actually really relaxing so I tend to sit with a glass of wine and reflect on the day and think about the lovely couple and the exciting life ahead of them.
Who is your biggest inspiration?
My father who always encouraged me to follow my dreams, told me I could do anything I wanted to if I put my mind to it, and told me not to worry but to enjoy my life and just always give everything 100%.

What is your most popular service/item/product?

Its hard to say, different people like different things. Handblessings and unity candle ceremonies are popular as are sand ceremonies and hand fastings. Details of each ceremony are listed on my website amandasceremonies.com

Do you have any current offers to share with readers?

Money back guarantee on deposits if wedding plans are cancelled..certain time constraints apply dependent on wedding date.


Amanda’s Beautiful Ceremonies

07311 431 754

Website – www.amandasceremonies.com

Email address – awhealcelebrant.com

Facebook – www.facebook.com/amandasbeautifulceremonies

Instagram – www.instagram.com/amandaceremonies

Youtube – www.youtube.com/channel/UCCRjyr_uiat1aht5WBvhiAw

Our story:“Celebrancy has captured my heart and soul, let me share this passion with you, and rest assured a professional, relaxed and unforgettable ceremony is guaranteed. Allow me the honour of ensuring it exceeds your expectations, is full of awe and wonder and is impossible to forget. Why compromise on your dreams, you deserve a memorable ceremony that takes your breath away and truly reflects you and your love story, so call me; life is too short to miss this opportunity.”
Amanda, your celebrant soulmate for an amazing, intimate and personal ceremony.

Amanda Wheal wedding officiant creates your ceremony exactly as you want it, a beautiful expression of your love, you choose the words, the setting and the time, for an unforgettable day. Amanda will listen and make suggestions, she has many resources available, together with a caring, friendly and open minded personality. As well as the many traditional ceremonies there are alternatives, from the sublime and sentimental, to the stunning and surprising. Your tailor made service can include religious or spiritual elements or be totally non-religious. Unique personal elements are welcomed, can write your own vows, and include song lyrics, personal readings, family traditions or special rituals, there are no rules or limitations!

I offer 3 different package options as detailed on my website amandasceremonies.com and each one has different enhancements to add to your ceremony including handblessings, unity candle or sand ceremony, jumping the broom and hand fasting.

This is how it works:

We get to know each other, you tell me the sort of things you want in your ceremony and then we choreograph it together. I like to meet you in person as part of the process as and when is mutually convenient.

I write the ceremony (and vows if you wish) and you can approve it or ask me to change it until it is 100% as you want it, it has to be perfect for you. I have lots of resources and ideas but the most important input is yours, if you know exactly what you want that’s great but if not I have resources and ideas to share.

The ceremony we create will be personalised and therefore totally unique, trust me nothing comes close.

Also with a celebrant ceremony there is no limit on location, it can be indoors or outdoors, in your garden, somewhere special to you or a set venue, but wherever you choose I will also liaise with your venue and make sure everything in terms of your ceremony are how you want them and I will arrange a rehearsal there if you want it preferably on the day of your wedding.

We talk through every aspect from your entrance into the venue to when you leave after your wedding, this can include walking down the aisle, seating of family members involved in your ceremony and so on and so forth.

On the day I generally arrive at least 30 mins before the ceremony just to check in to make sure you and your partner are ok and everything is prepared just as you want it. I am there for as long as you want me, I don’t ever plan 2 ceremonies in one day, as I want to be totally focused on the couple that day.

So if you want something really special on your wedding day give me a call, let’s talk

Sunday Spotlight – Entire Production Services Ltd

This weeks Sunday Spotlight is Entire Production Services Ltd

Where are you based & what areas do you cover?
We are based in Buckinghamshire, however travel all over the UK, and are close on the border to Hertfordshire, Northamptonshire, Oxfordshire, Bedfordshire, London. We have regular work in Essex, Surrey.

What services does your business offer?
We offer the Entire Technical Solutions. So from Lighting, either venue uplighters through to disco lighting, controlled to go in time with the music or just flash flash.

Sound systems, either for speeches, bands, wedding singers and more.

Staging, to lift up the evening entertainment or raise your top table so the couple can make eye contact with everyone without people sat in the way.

LED dance floors, with colour changing LED’s, because who doesn’t like a dance!

Magic Mirror because It’s not a small booth you can only fit a few people in without getting crushed.

We are not your main photographers, who should be amazing, it’s there job to capture the laughs, the smiles, the tears of joy, the heartfelt moments. With them taking these pictures mingling with the guests finding the moments like 2 relatives that haven’t spoken in so long embrace in a warm hug of love that priceless moment.

The guests up for a laugh can take their pictures, have them straight away, and the main photographer isn’t distracted of your guests irreplaceable moments.

Drapes, because sometimes its nice to have a better backdrop, some parts of venues you want to disguise a bit and make look pretty!

We’ve also invested in some marquee’s, great for outdoor cover or creating your perfect wedding space.

What 3 words would you say would describe your business?
Personal, Enjoyable, Committed

How and when did you first get started in the wedding industry?
I started working with bands and theatres, then got a lot of bands booking me for weddings. After working with quite a few I realised it’s amazing that they are so similar, I talk and take direction from a couple (previously a director), build things and create stunning environments, attention to detail, then make sure it goes without a problem. But with a wedding its a couples choice, happiness is infectious.

For couples booking your category of business what would you say is the most important thing for them to look for?
knowledge! and being happy to talk.

I don’t have sales reps working for me, we are not always instant at replying, would you like me at your wedding nose deep in e-mails or checking everything is right.

I will get to you, I take YOUR requirements and do that, a company with a sales rep knows what makes them the most money and will push you that way.

Honesty, I’ve talked about requirements to some people and explained how the top end option isn’t right for them, this saves them money, and lowered what I made, but I can walk away from that job happy that I’ve provided what they needed and wanted.

On average how many weddings do you do a year?
I tried to work this out, but it’s so hard, we have a large warehouse full of equipment to make sure the right thing is sent. Some Days we have had 5 jobs out at different places, some small jobs some big jobs.

Then we work with some other companies and they’ve had weddings out we didn’t even know the equipment was going to another wedding.

We are capable of handling a lot, we have a nice list of freelancers who are given direct instructions of requirements, plus any project manager who talked to you about the job is always on the other end of the phone to discuss.

What makes you most excited about weddings?
The biggest day of your lives! Lets get it right! With a room and people smiling how can you not feel warm and happy inside.

What would be your most important piece of advice to couples just starting with wedding planning?
Sit down together and work out what you want! Every one is different, from white weddings, to festival weddings, boho weddings, it’s your day, your dreams!

At the end of a busy wedding, how do you wind down?
I love driving, so the honest wind down is the drive home, enjoying just the road watching things go by.

What is your most popular service/item/product ?
At the moment my most popular services is the Marquees, people have canceled some venues to have these set up in their garden so they can dress it and have the reception at home, saving them a fortune giving them the space to set up well in advance. After that it’s our sound and lighting, making everything hear, and beautifully lit up.

What would be the first 3 things that you advise couples to book?
The first 3 things I suggest to book, 1) venue 2) registrar, without these the wedding can’t happen or be legal. 3) It depends completely what type of wedding you want, there’s no exact list.

Do you have any current offers to share with readers?
We are doing free Guest books with our magic mirror, usually £25 we print a second copy of every photo and slide it in for your guests to sign. We had it if you book and get deposit down in August, but have decided to extend it throughout September too.


Unit 3c Hill Cottage industrial Estate
Hogshaw
MK18 3LA

01296 841 042

Website – www.EntireProductionServices.co.uk
Email address – info@entireproductionservices.co.uk
Facebook – www.facebook.com/entireproductionservices
Twitter – www.twitter.com/entireps
Instagram – www.instagram.com/entireproductionservices