Write a little bio to introduce yourself. Keeping it to a few lines, talk about why you love photographing weddings or your favourite thing about it. Add a pop of personality to keep it authentically you.
Give your potential clients a sneak peek into what you do. Write about your preferred photography style (e.g. casual, moody, bold), and the type of shoots you do such as family, weddings and/or maternity.
Also highlight how you’ll tailor it to every couple – because everyone has a unique story to tell. What they see here is just a glimpse into what you’ll be creating for them.
"Highlight your favourite reviews, ones that best encapsulate the couples’ experience with you and will encourage others to make a booking. Keep this area short, feel free to extract short snippets."
"Place your second review here. Something a little like...Chantelle made our wedding day. She is such a joy to be around and our photos are stunning"
"Keep those reviews coming. Make sure they are quick, easy and interesting to read."
"Last but not least your show stopper! Make sure your clients know that you are the real deal and loved by your clients."
If you live and breathe destination weddings, here’s the place to start manifesting your dreams into reality. Let potential clients know if you have a travel bucket list or countries you’ll be travelling to in the upcoming year.
Speak to their wildest dreams and talk about how a destination wedding can be an incredibly memorable and fun experience, and that you’ll be there to document their once-in-a-lifetime adventure.
Feel free to list specific travel dates if they’re locked in (keep it to months, e.g.
APRIL to JUNE 2021) and invite your clients to reach out with any questions.
No story is one and the same. Yours will be finessed to share your unique journey.