Flaming Silk Photography, Aylesbury

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Stunning quality albums and products made in the UK combined with professional photography. To us every detail of every wedding is important and our clients receive the best customer service possible.
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Bridal Prep Shots
Back-Up Equipment
Online Proofing
Photo Printing
Flexible Hours on the Day
Last-Minute Orders
Stay Through Speeches
Stay Through Dancing
Large Group Shots
Online Shop
Thank You Cards / Photo Stationery
Second Shooter Available
Wedding Albums
Personal Online Gallery
Pre-Wedding Venue Visit
Pre-Wedding Consultation
Digital Editing / Airbrushing
Shoot with Film
Images on USB
Full Description
Our photography is a stylish mix of the popular, unobtrusive reportage or documentary style of wedding photography, mixed with photography inspired by fashion and lifestyle shooting. We photograph weddings nationally, though our main area of operations is the South East of England, including but not limited to, Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Hertfordshire, Oxfordshire. Chief Photographer, Rebecca, is a degree-qualified photographer (First class with honours!) and a post-graduate trained teacher, so is able to deliver high-quality training to other team members. She is passionate about photography and pretty keen on weddings too! Many photographers shoot weddings to pay the bills, but we love the energy and excitement of a wedding. Providing images which clients will cherish for years to come drives us to continually try to improve the service and experience we provide. Our products are high quality, professionally designed albums in a choice of finishes as well as a range of framed prints, wall art, parent albums and more. We also offer digital image only packages for those who don't want a printed wedding album.

Personal Message from the Manager

Name of Wedding Contact: Rebecca Reho
Hi, I'm the Chief Photographer and business owner of Flaming Silk Photography. I'm your first point of contact and I want to make sure that we fully meet all of your needs. No request is too strange, too difficult or too inconvenient for us. We are based in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire and cover weddings nationally. We are still waiting (eagerly) for a time when our services are requested for an overseas wedding! We hope that you will consider us for your wedding photography.


Year Business Was Established
No. of Weddings Hosted
Between 10 and 30
Public Liability Insurance
No. of People In Team
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Location & Contact Details


Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England

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Guild of Photographers Member

What is your most memorable wedding?

Every wedding is memorable to us, by the time the wedding is over the clients often feel like friends. One particular wedding sticks out in my mind as the weather was so incredibly windy. The bride lived close to the church and was getting ready at home so had decided to walk to the church which made for some interesting windswept portraits, and after the ceremony an umbrella we were using for Bride & Groom portraits blew inside out and then completely broke!

What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?

Honestly? Enjoy it. There are no hard and fast rules, do what suits you. If your family and friends love you they'll understand that it's YOUR day, not theirs. It's all too easy to get caught up in tradition and doing things you think the guests will want. My biggest regret from my own wedding is that I wasn't selfish enough.

What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?

It's hard to choose a favourite, but at one wedding we photographed, the Father of the Bride surprised everyone with a musical number on the guitar and a song he wrote instead of a speech. It was lovely, because it was so unexpected.

Describe your typical process with a couple.

Typical we will meet with a couple prior to their booking us to discuss their plans, get to know them and ensure we are a good fit for their wedding. Before the wedding we will be in contact on the phone or via email to make sure we have all the information we need. We visit the venue(s) before the date of the wedding to pre-plan shooting opportunities, and we also encourage couples to have a short pre-wedding shoot with us to get an idea of how we work and what to expect on the day. On the day of the wedding we will arrive usually shortly before the time agreed, set up any necessary equipment and begin shooting. We will already have a greed a list of must-have shots with the couple beforehand. After the wedding we will select one shot to be shared on our facebook page, usually a few days after the wedding. This is the first sneak peek you will see. We aim to complete the initial editing of the images within 2 weeks of the wedding. These images are then sent to the clients on USB memory sticks in colour and B&W. Just before the memory sticks are sent out we will write and publish a blog post containing a selection of images. The Bride & Groom then choose the images they would like included in their album and designs are produced for the couple to approve. Once albums are approved they are printed, checked and delivered. This usually takes around 2 weeks.

What is the No. 1 photo that you think every couple should take?

I think it would be very boring if we were all the same, but I do think every couple should have a photo of their first kiss as husband and wife.

What do you recommend for a rainy day wedding?

Wellington boots, an umbrella and a positive attitude! You can't predict the weather but you shouldn't let it ruin your day either. It's not about sunny skies, it's about how much you love each other.

Describe how you got into photography.

I've loved photography since I got my first camera as a child. I went to University to study photography as I couldn't see myself doing anything else as a career, and I fell in love with it even more. I liked shooting on film, and I still mostly choose to do this in my unpaid work, there was nothing better to me than an afternoon spent in the darkroom hand-printing my own photographs. Obviously the way I work has changed a lot since digital photography became the standard, but I think that my knowledge of analogue photography and the darkroom helps to understand how digital photography and editing works as it's based on the same ideas.