Coronavirus (COVID-19)

In the event of any disruption or venue cancelation, your wedding photography contract will remain in place.

What this means:

If your wedding venue are forced to cancel/postpone your wedding and you have wedding insurance:

Your deposit payment is not refundable and can be claimed back via your insurance in the event of an out right cancelation or if I am already booked on your new date. Please email me if you need extra copies of receipts or booking confirmations.
In some instances it is better to stick to the terms of your booking and pay the remaining balance or the % as stated in your terms

(14 days after booking and less than 6 months before the wedding date: £Booking fee + 50% of balance ) If you have checked with your insurer and this is covered

You may be able to claim this payment back on your insurance and then re-book me for your new date.
Us wedding suppliers are faced with losing most of our annual income for 2020 so if this is possible with your insurance then this would make the world of difference.

If your insurance does not cover this I will treat you as below “If you do not have wedding insurance”

If your wedding venue are forced to cancel/postpone your wedding and you DO NOT have wedding insurance:

Your deposit payment is not refundable.

In addition to your contract it may be possible to move your deposit payment to a new date in the event of your wedding being re-scheduled. However if I have an existing contracted booking on your new date the original contract terms apply.

If you have paid the remaining balance: In the first instance I will do my best to accommodate date changes and move your booking to your new date. In the event of cancellation or if I am already booked on your new date please refer to the cancellation section of your contract.

If I am forced to self isolate or am ill:

Preparations are already in place for a trusted photographer with a style as close as possible to mine to cover your wedding in this event.

Postponement payment.

We are all facing difficult times but if you are forced to postpone your wedding until later in the year or next year I would ask that you consider paying your remaining balance or 50% at the original due date. Having to face a summer season without income would really be a challenge for me and Adele as weddings make up the majority of the work we do. Thank you