D Stuart Photography has extensive experience of wedding photography at Cambridge Register Office and is very familiar with the site and surrounding grounds of Castle Hill. Cambridge Registrar's usually do allow photography in the ceremony with a short time allowed after the ceremony for photos if the weather is bad. On a good day, The Castle Hill and nearby trees gives a great backdrop for wedding pictures.
Cambridge Register Office Wedding Photographer
Capturing Your Special Memories at Cambridge Register Office
D Stuart Photography's basic wedding photography package costs only £289 for two hours coverage with pictures on disk, ideal for registry office weddings. Doug Stuart is a professionally qualified and highly experienced wedding photographer with hundreds of satisfied customers. Contact us to make a booking or discuss your requirements today!
'When you add the word wedding to most things it automatically doubles the price, but not with the wedding photography of Douglas Stuart. We still got the excellent service and high quality photographs we wanted from our big day but at a price which did not break the bank. And when our photographs came in the post, I had only looked through the first 10 and I was already in tears. They captured all the emotion of our day perfectly. We could not have asked for better.'
Tara and Mark (Married at Cambridge Registry Office, Aug. 2010)
'Thanks for the Lovely pictures Doug, I have looked through the disk this morning and we are really happy with them......... we really appreciated your organisational skills on the day which helped to ensure everything went very smoothly. There was a shortage of time to get the group photos done but you did them very efficiently and nicely, which was helped along by carefull planning. I have shown some pictures to friends already and had really great comments on them. We were really pleased with the good value for money and the very high quality service you offered us and would be very happy to recommend your services.'
Vicki and James (Married at Cambridge Registry Office Sept. 2009)