Wedding Prices

Just as your relationship is so special and unique to you so your wedding will be to. We would love to talk to you about your ideas and offer you a custom quote. This way you can have a little bit more or a little bit less – we like to be flexible. On average our couples choose to spend between £1495 and £1895. Take a look below to see just some of the things we can offer you.

Before your wedding: Roses and cornflowers

  • A personal service: we like to get to you over a coffee or  phone to find out more about you and talk about your special day.
  • Helpful hints: we love to share the special secrets and quirky ideas we have gathered to help you plan your perfect wedding.
  • Pre-wedding engagement shoots to help you feel relaxed in front of the camera and give you beautiful photographs perfect for your save the date cards, a unique guest book or a slideshow at your wedding.

At your wedding:

  • One or two professional, friendly and unobtrusive photographers to capture all the details, special moments and emotion of your day.
  • Our fabulous photobooth – a great way to entertain your guests at your reception and get lots of happy fun photos at the same time.

After your wedding:

  • Individual professional retouching of every photo to make sure they look their very best.
  • High resolution images on one of our unique Ruth Joy Photography USB sticks with its own beautiful wooden presentation box.
  • An easy and eye-catching way to share your photographs to friends and family with your own on-line gallery.
  • A carefully selected range of very special albums individually handcrafted in the UK.

Engagement Photoshoot

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Photo Booth Hire

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Folio Albums

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