Can we meet up before the wedding?
To keep our packages affordable, and manage our time as efficiently as possible, we handle bookings online rather than having face to face meetings before the wedding. However, it’s no problem if you would like to call us for a chat either before or after booking. Stuart’s mobile number is 07515353189.
Do you need feeding?
This is not a requirement, but we do often get catered for, and it is very much appreciated. Stuart does not have any special dietary needs.
How can you edit our wedding highlights film so quickly and hand it over on the day of the wedding, most companies take weeks or months?
In part, this is down to experience, we have been producing Same Day Edit films for about 6 years now, and we are pioneers in this field. We know what to film and how to film it so that the editing process is as efficient as possible. Once we sit down to begin editing the entire process takes about 2-3 hours, so your wedding film will be ready for you before the evening party gets going in most cases.
How long do options such as Ceremony & Speeches films and Full Length films take to edit?
We have an editing queue for these films, and they will usually take around 1 month, but this can extend to around 3 months at busy times.
What is your Booking Fee to secure the date?
Our booking fee is £100, the remaining payment is due 2 weeks before the wedding. The booking fee is non-refundable, but if you need to postpone your wedding for some reason, we will allow this as long as we have availability for the new date.
Are you a recommended supplier at any venues?
We’re recommended suppliers for the Palm House in Sefton Park, and Knowsley Hall in Liverpool. Two of the most prestigious venues in the area. With the Palm House venue this gives us privileged access to their gantry from which the image above was taken.
Do you have insurance?
Yes, we have both indemnity and public liability insurance, as well as specialist drone insurance.
Is your drone legal/licenced?
Yes, Stuart is licensed by the CAA (technically, it’s called a Permit For Commercial Work).