Kayleigh Adams Photography
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I'm a creative wedding and portrait photographer based in The Cotswolds. I like to think I do things a little differently, if that’s what you are looking for, I would love to hear from you.
Pricing & Costs
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Products and Services
Bridal Prep Shots
Digital Editing / Airbrushing
Flexible Hours on the Day
Images on USB
Large Group Shots
Personal Online Gallery
Second Shooter Available
Stay Through Speeches
Reportage / Documentary
FUN. BRIGHT. COLOURFUL. ROMANTIC. I'm a documentary wedding photographer based in The Cotswolds. I specialise in beautiful imagery that makes you smile, laugh, and allows you to remember every single moment of your wedding day. My aim is always to make you feel relaxed on your wedding day, as well as the lead up to it. I want you to enjoy all of the details, while I document it for you to look back on for years to come. I can honestly say that love what I do, and I put my passion into every single wedding that I have the pleasure of photographing. I take on a limited number of weddings per year which gives me to give the time and attention that each wedding deserves. If you're looking for someone who will blend in, work calmly and professionally around you and your guests, who will capture all of the 'big moments', who can be there when needed but also know when to give you five minutes to breathe and 'take it all in', then I would LOVE to hear from you.
Personal Message from the Manager
Name of Wedding Contact: Kayleigh Adams Photography
Thank you for checking out my work. If you would like to discuss anything or enquire about availability, please don't hesitate to get in touch!
No. of Weddings Hosted
More than 50
Public Liability Insurance
No. of People In Team
Vennae and Bill
Married in September 2017
Small but wonderful
Kayleigh made us feel very relaxed and her photographs were excellent and natural
Wedding: October 2016
Both my husband...
Both my husband and I were dreading having to have photographs at our wedding as we are both camera shy, however Kayleigh put us at ease straight away and was so calm and...
Wedding: September 2016
Kayleigh was brilliant on our wedding day...
Kayleigh was brilliant on our wedding day. She was friendly, approachable and confident. She went above and beyond her job by helping me put my veil on as I left the hous...
Wedding: August 2016
Awesome kept the wife happy...
Awesome kept the wife happy
Wedding: August 2016
Kayleigh has been amazing right from answering questions at a...
Kayleigh has been amazing right from answering questions at a wedding fair to booking her to the day. Nothing was too much trouble, even asking Kayleigh to get to me earl...
Wedding: August 2016
Kayleigh was just perfect...
Kayleigh was just perfect! My boys took to her kind heart and warm face, she was exciting and committed to making us happy! The photos we have received exceeded our exp...
Press & Awards
Press & Awards (5)
West Weddings Magazine
Industry Awards (1)
Regional Finalist (South West) Wedding Industry Awards 2017
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What is your most memorable wedding?
Every wedding is memorable for it's own reasons. One wedding that springs to mind is a Summer wedding in 2016. The couple had arranged for two golf buggies to meet us outside the reception venue, so that when the sun started setting, we could cruise around the vast venue grounds to get some gorgeous shots of them together!
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
Fun, Relaxed, Natural, Real & Bright.
What about your business are you most proud of?
Many things make me proud, but receiving feedback from my clients after they've seen their images is an amazing feeling! Also being announced as a regional finalist for The Wedding Industry Awards 20717 was a huge highlight!
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Don't stress about the 'small things'. Remember, the day you are planning is a celebration of your relationship together, and it's really important that this is a reflection of you both. If something isn't quite 'perfect' on the day, no-one is going to know or think any less of you!
What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?
I see so many at every wedding, but one that springs to mind is when one of my couples provided each guest a 'Marie Curie' badge, which doubled as a donation to the charity. This was in remembrance of the brides Father who had sadly passed away.
Describe your typical process with a couple.
Usually this starts with a simple email or enquiry through my website. I ask for your wedding date and venue, which allows me to check whether I am available or not. If I am available, then I will answer any questions you may have (either via email or phone to suit you). If you'd prefer to meet in person and you're not too far away, we can arrange an informal chat (usually over coffee & cake!). If you decide that you would like to book me, I will send you a contract and booking form, along with details to pay the 25% deposit. The next time you hear from me will be to arrange your pre-shoot (if you have booked the full-day package this is complimentary, if you have booked the half-day package you will opt to book a pre-shoot). Roughly a month before the wedding you will hear from me again asking for some final details about the wedding. This allows me to put together a timeline to work to, to ensure that nothing is missed. During the wedding itself I am discreet, approachable and friendly, capturing real moments as and when they happen. After the wedding, a few 'sneak peeks' go live on my Facebook page so that you can share with friends and family on your online profile. You can expect to receive your USB of images approximately 3-4 weeks after the wedding (but don't worry, I update you on how the editing is going so you know exactly when you will receive your images).
What is the No. 1 photo that you think every couple should take?
Every photograph taken at a wedding is important, but one I always endeavour to take is a big group shot of every single person you have at the wedding. So often guests can spill off and fall away from the main group, so getting a big group shot of everyone you have at the wedding I think is a great idea - this means that you have at least one image that includes everyone that came to your wedding.
What do you recommend for a rainy day wedding?
If it rains, it rains. Are you going to think less of your wedding or is it going to mean less? I'm pretty sure the answer is NO, so my advice if it rains is to just embrace it! The weather will be what it will be and there's not much you can do to change it unfortunately. Why not consider buying some white or colourful umbrellas and having some wellies on hand? This way we can head outside and get some great 'rainy day' shots. This has happened to me so many times, and I can assure you, my couples always love their rainy day pictures!
Describe how you got into photography.
I've always had a fascination with photographs. I can clearly remember being a child and looking through family albums. At weddings I would always be the child that finds the disposable cameras and went round the room taking photographs of people. When I was at school and college a lot of my art work relied heavily on photography. I also worked part time at Jessops, which gave me the knowledge and understanding of cameras and photography equipment. During my degree (in Graphic Design), I worked closely with my tutors who supported and encouraged my photography work too. Getting into 'weddings' was something that happened quite naturally - I am a big romantic at heart and I truly do adore weddings and all that they stand for. I've been shooting weddings professionally full-time for the past 3 years, and grow to love my job more and more each day!