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Picking a photographer and videographer is one of the most important elements of your wedding day, so you need to make sure you get it right.

You have to be happy the person(s) you pick produce the right style for you, know exactly how to manage the timing of a wedding, and, most importantly, are nice people who you want alongside you on your wedding day.

Inspire Weddings, based in Johnston, are a photographer (Mel Axford) and videographer (Matthew Roberts) duo who have spent the last two-and-a-half years capturing weddings for couples across west Wales.

Whether you want to book photography or video individually, or gete complete coverage with both with their combined packages, they have quickly become of the most popular choices for wedding couples in Pembrokeshire with their documentary style.

What is documentary wedding photography & video?

Put simply, it’s the best way to capture your day as it truly was. They don’t intrude by asking you to pose, fake elements of the day, or drag you away from your guests over and over again. A lot of the time you don’t even know they’re there – which means you can enjoy more of your day.

However, their documentary style doesn’t mean they have a casual attitude towards weddings. They photograph and film everything from the morning bride and groom prep, ceremony, group shots, speeches, first dance and more. In between these big moments, they capture the finer details of your day, such as the table decorations, the wedding dress, the venue, your guests laughing, joking and crying, and so on. They provide comprehensive coverage of your wedding day.

Mel told us: “Documentary style photography is really the way a lot of weddings are going now and it’s what I love to do. Our couples love our attitude towards weddings and are always delighted with the end results. It’s always special when they sit down to look at their pictures for the first time – especially when they have us design them a bespoke wedding album. I also do free engagement shoots with our couples so they have that lovely experience too.”

Matthew added: “A few years ago video was seen as an optional extra that few people had on their wedding, but now it’s standard for most couples. Photos are obviously essential for a wedding day, but video adds a whole new element – when you watch one of our highlight videos back it’s like re-living the day all over again. We also provide the full ceremony and speeches in full, so you can get close to an hours worth of footage as a free extra.”

Special offers for last minute bookings!

Inspire Weddings are offering exclusive offers for last minute bookings at non-peak times. The two offers are:

  • 10% off any bookings for November & December 2018
  • 20% off any bookings for January 1 – March 31, 2019

These offers are strictly for the designated dates and T&Cs apply.

To contact Inspire Weddings, visit their website, or send them a message on Facebook.

 

 

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