Try before you buy

April 17, 2008  |  Weddings
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Hiring a photographer for your wedding is a pretty big step.

What if you just don’t get along? Are you sure they will make you look fabulous? What a shame you can’t try before you buy!

Now you can.

It’s simple.

1. Book a “try before you buy” session with MyWeddingStory. This is a one hour location shoot with Jonathan.

2. Visit the gallery and see the fabulous pictures in high definition.

3. Select your favourite picture which will be printed for you with our compliments – choose any others you would like to buy (or not – it’s up to you).

4. Book MyWeddingStory and get your money back! There really is nothing to lose.

A one hour photoshoot costs just £100 and includes a beautiful framed print for you to keep. When you view your pictures you can purchase any others you like. If you book MyWeddingStory for your wedding then you get back all of the money you paid for the shoot and 50% of any extra pictures you buy.

Drop me an email or give me a call to arrange your try before you buy and get to know the beautiful photography of Jonathan Ryan and MyWeddingStory.


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  • http://myweddingstory.co.uk/2008/04/try-before-you-buy tom

    A one hour photoshoot costs just £100 and includes a beautiful framed print for you to keep. When you view your pictures you can purchase any others you like. If you book MyWeddingStory for your wedding then you get back all of the money you paid for the shoot and 50% of any extra pictures you buy.

    should that not read 50% off!

  • admin

    Tom – you understand the bit about me being a photographer rather than a grammar expert, right? :)

    Anyway, I checked with a friend who IS a grammar expert and she told me “[a refund of] 50% of any pictures” is fine in British English. “Half off” is the American version which like lots of things is gaining ground here.

    Either way – you have to admit it’s a great offer!