The booking starts 5 days before the wedding when our team arrives at the venue and installs all the necessary equipment. Tracks are laid, pyros and smoke machines discretely hidden (for our trademark explosions during the signing of the Register). A pit is dug for the formal group shots and a special ‘wire work’ rig is set up and tested. Imagine the look on your guest’s faces, as you appear to float above their heads as you come down the aisle. Clever stuff eh! We’ve all seen those shots on inferior photographer’s sites - the bride and groom running along and jumping in the air etc. Rubbish - we can get shots of you flying round the top of the venue like bleedin’ Harry Potter. During the service my assistant, Muktar, dressed as a Native American Chief will ride a white stallion down the aisle and proceed to read that terrible Apache wedding blessing, he’ll then scalp the assistant registrar before being shot. As you head outside for your drinks reception 18 tonnes of non-biodegradable confetti will be fired from 9 cannons. There won’t be a dry eye in the house. A full-scale replica of a pirate ship will carry you away to your honeymoon.
Don’t worry full training will be given but please take out extra wedding insurance in case you are maimed or disfigured during the shoot. Photo -retouching of burns or lost limbs is charged extra. Please indicate on the booking form how many dwarves will be required for the front of the group shots and remember - dinner must be provided! Please note: Unicorns don’t exist and we will normally add these in using clever computer software that you wouldn’t understand.