Some wedding businesses are planning to reopen their doors to the public from 15th June. BSC are continuing to practice social distancing to protect our clients and of course friends and family. As such we’ve decided not to reopen the office to visitors just yet, we’re going to continue to offer phone meetings in the meantime 🙂
We’re still taking bookings for 2020 (spaces now very limited), 2021 and 2022 and will be making additional booking dates available for 2021 due to extra demand for postponed 2020 weddings.
We’re now offering micro wedding packages at a really affordable rate for those couples who decide they want an intimate wedding. See our packages for more info.
We’ll be monitoring government advice and at present we’re expecting the office to remain closed to visitors until August 2020 at the earliest.
Weddings/events in 2020…
We will continue to offer free rescheduling of weddings under these exceptional circumstances. If we’re not available on your new date we will do our utmost to help you find a replacement photographer. So far we’ve managed to reschedule all of our weddings 🙂
Safety at events in 2020
We are hoping events will be going ahead from August 2020 onwards, although realistically we do expect some limitations to be imposed. If you are uncertain about your event going ahead please contact your venue for the most up to date information.
For the foreseeable future, our photographers will wear masks (unless otherwise requested) at events and maintaining social distancing during photo shoots and events. We’ll speak to all of our couples prior to their booking and follow any instructions or requests to ensure you are comfortable.
We will not be using multiple camera operators where possible to ensure minimal risk.
We’re expecting limitations for events and social gatherings to continue for a while yet, perhaps even into 2021. If you have any concerns or questions please drop us an email to email@example.com
Please keep an eye on our website and social media for updates. We are continuing to follow government guidelines but these may be subject to change.
Stay safe x