At Confetti Shots we believe that you should have beautiful photographs that tell the complete story of your day - the anticipation, the love and the laughter, the nuptials and the nerves. We achieve this by always working as a two photographer, husband and wife team.

Drawing on over 15 years experience we instinctively know where we need to be to capture that moment, with a love of photography that shows in our work. Please take a look at some complete weddings - Clare and Tom had a church wedding followed by a reception in De Vere Latimer Estate. Sarah and Alex were married at Lains Barn.

We are members of the Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers and we are recommended by local venues. We have been voted in the top 10 Berkshire wedding photographers by brides.

Our business is built on reputation, feel free to take a look at the kind words others have said about us. Afterwards please enquire to find out if your date is available. Some dates are still available for 2019.

Email: julie@confettishots.co.uk

Telephone: 01635 600 711

Frequently asked questions

Here are the questions we get asked the most:

What style do you shoot?

Most couples that book us are looking for natural shots that will tell the story of their day as it happens, not just a series of posed events. The most important thing is to capture the emotion and the spirit, whilst remaining as unobtrusive as possible.

As well as photographing the events of the day, we also photograph the details, such as the shoes, the flowers and the dress. Capturing these fine points of the wedding completes the overall story and memory of the day.

There are lots photographers, why should we choose you?

Our 15 years experience allows us to work quickly and unobtrusively, leaving you free to enjoy your day. Working together as a husband and wife team we know where we need to be to capture the day from different perspectives. While Martyn arranges the groups, Julie discreetly photographs family and friends. These natural moments are why couples choose us.

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