Chris Morse Wedding Photography
I became a wedding photographer to document one of the happiest days of your life, to record those memories that unfortunately will gradually fade once the confetti, cake & champagne have all gone. I became a wedding photographer to help preserve those memories, so that you can relive and share those memories for the rest of your life…

I walked into a Bride’s dressing room on the morning of her wedding, she was sat on the bed looking through her parents wedding album with her Mum. That was one of the first weddings I ever shot and that image has stayed with me ever since. It’s moments like that, that I hope my photography will produce in future.

Maybe I’ve gotten soft since my daughter was born, but being able to give that gift to people is pretty special and means a lot to me. Hearing how happy couples are when they see their photos is just the best! That's the reward and satisfaction. And ultimately, that's why I love my job.

My style is based around that idea too, it’s about preserving a day in history not manufacturing memories. I don’t want to create a memory standing next to a flower covered arch, smiling at the camera. I want to record the time that your partner made you laugh so hard you nearly spat your drink out! I'm all about capturing the natural moments, the genuine emotion and the real you! That’s just one of the reasons all day coverage including all images comes as standard - what’s the point in only telling half a story?

There are a lot of Wedding Photographers in the UK, heck there are a lot of Wedding Photographers in North Wales. So how do you chose the right one for you? It’s easy to compare packages & prices but that’s only half the decision. If you like their style you need to make sure you like them too! You’re going to be spending a large chunk of your day in their company. I think it’s really important to meet your photographer before booking them, that way you can get a good idea of who they are and if they’re a good fit for you.