Natural, relaxed wedding photography

You want to relax on your big day. But it flies by too quickly. I'll take care of capturing all the special moments, for you to remember and relive time and again. It's all about you - from our getting-to-know-you time through to delivering your personally-designed album. I'll do everything I can to help your preparations and the day itself go smoothly, to help you enjoy the whole thing. Most couples take up my offer of a free pre-wedding portrait shoot. It helps you to feel confident on the big day, and you might well like to order a signing book using photos from the session.

Got kids? No problem. Kids are extra-special people who do fun things and keep people smiling. If you need a family-friendly wedding photographer, look no further. 

I'll usually cover the whole day from getting ready through to your first dance. But most of the time you'll hardly notice I'm there, as I'm in the background, capturing the details and emotions of your day as they happen naturally. 

Do you have extra guests coming for the evening Reception? My unique same-day photofilm slideshow of the ceremony kicks the reception off and gets your guests straight into your day. Yes, you can actually get to see some of your wedding photos on your wedding day!

It's easy to include both wedding photography and videography in the same package. As there are no extra photographers to worry about, coverage will still be relaxed and unobtrusive. 

And it's only a couple of weeks to wait till you can see all your photos.

All-day packages from £749. Albums from just £250. 

Check out what area I cover - Mike Brown Photographic is your Northampton wedding photographer and videographer, also covering all the East Midlands - Leicester, Bedford, Rutland and Peterborough areas. You can also see some previous weddings in Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire, Leicestershire and beyond.

If you are a bride- or groom-to-be, phone me now on 07850 666283 to chat about your plans, or fill in my contact form.

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