Your big day has finally arrived and you're all set for the day ahead. With a champagne breakfast, surrounded by your bridesmaids, is perfect start your morning.
Get those bridesmaids presents ready and let your wedding photographer know when you'll be handing them out. So he can capture the tears.
Be a princess for a day
You’re being treated like a princess for a day, with your bridal hair getting done and your, make-up artist on hand making you look as perfect, as you already are. Your bridesmaids will calm your nerves as you put on your amazing dress, that you’ve always dreamt of wearing and your parents are bursting full of pride with your bridesmaids, all excited for you.
Capturing the morning fun
Enter… Matthew Rycraft to capture the finishing touches. With these precious moments you will want to treasure forever. The morning is a great chance to capture all the fun and present giving you have planned for years. It’s also a chance when you come back to the studio to see your wedding photographs fo rah eights time. For your now husband to see what happened in the morning, and likewise. If you add groom coverage to your wedding package, you’ll get to see all the fun your husband has in the morning.
A Rycraft bride
Being a Rycraft Bride, you can count on Matthew to capture those all important details. Including the details of your dress, putting on your jewellery, finishing touches to your make-up and a quick lesson on that all important pose of the day. With your parents seeing you for the first time in your dress and receiving a surprise note or gift from your husband to be. Take a look at some of my favourite images taken during Bridal preparations and get in touch if you want to be a Rycraft Bride.
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