Best East of England Wedding Photographers

Love That Smile Photography

Essex Wedding Photographer

Love That Smile Photography

 

Oh how very exciting! Congratulations first of all obviously on your engagement! I hope your wedding plans are coming along nicely.

My name is Magdalena and I am a creative and documentary wedding photographer based in Leigh-on-sea in Essex. However, I do travel pretty much anywhere within the UK and also beyond – for example the South of France this summer – eek!

What fascinates me most about photography? Well, I’ve been fascinated by photography most of my life. One single photo can trigger a vast array of emotions, pure happiness and laughter or tears of joy. So I made it my mission, as a wedding photographer, to capture exactly those kinds of emotions for you.

My style is very relaxed and documentary – always trying to be the little fly on the wall so to speak. Throughout your wedding, I permanently think in storyline capturing all those important moments that make your day truly unique and special to you, telling the story of your beautiful day. Plus my unique editing style makes each image standout and a lovely memory to cherish forever.

My photography packages are broken down into small bites… kinda like a restaurant menu, you can pick and choose according to your needs. I offer different “Main Course” packages that range from half days to full days (up to 12 hours on the day – so you don’t have to choose what part of the day the photographer needs to capture – you can have the entire day!) or you can pick the “Today’s Special” which also includes a gorgeous wedding album. Plus there are additional options available as well such as an engagement session and many more. They are built into 2-course and 3-course menu packages.

Contact Love That Smile Photography

Sounds intriguing? Why not get in touch for our “first date” to get to know each other and discuss your wedding in greater detail.

I’d love to hear more about your big day 🙂

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