Competition: Win Your Wedding Photography by Blue Lights Photography

2 May

BonfireNightBride is pleased to announce a fab competition run by South Yorkshire based Blue Lights Photography where one lucky bride and groom to be can win their wedding photgraphy worth over £1200! Carry on reading for the chance to win this amazing prize…

Who are you?

Blue Lights Photography are a female Award Winning Wedding Photographer from Barnsley, but covering the Yorkshire area and beyond. Run by Adele, she specialises in making images to treasure forever. Also a finalist for a Wedding Ideas award within her first year of business, you can be sure of a great service.

Why are you running the competition?

Adele is running the competition to enable couples getting married from 1st October to 31st March to WIN their Wedding Photography. Adele believes that everyone should have images to treasure forever – and most people who get married in the winter months, do so because they want to either have a beautiful winter wedding, or, their budget will not stretch to an “in-season” wedding. This can mean that a lot of people drop the idea of having a professional photographer, or they go for someone they can afford rather than want. Giving the opportunity for a couple to win an amazing £1200 of photography including an album means that they do not have to worry and that money could be spent elsewhere on the wedding.

What do you win?

As mentioned, the prize is worth over £1200, and includes a full-day photography from award winning Blue Lights Photography and a 10×10 10-spread Italian Designer Album of choice from Album Epoca.

Blue Lights Photography’s full day photography also includes the
Pre-Wedding Consultations & Pre-Wedding Photoshoot
Venue visit with Bride and Groom
DVD slideshow of Pre-wedding Photoshoot and Wedding
20 Thank You cards
Travel expenses included up to 50 mile radius
Online web gallery access & 100 postcards with access details for guests.

How do we enter?

All you have to do for more information visit Blue Lights Photography Competition Page or email with your names, wedding date and venue, and why you should win. Terms and conditions of entry are listed on the website.

When is the competition open?

The Competition is open from 1st May 2011 to 11:59pm on 30th June 2011 – then 3 people will be shortlisted.

How will the shortlist work?

The shortlist will be chosen by a panel of people from past and
current brides, people with media connections and of course Adele from Blue
Lights Photography.

Who will win?

The shortlist will be announced and then we are actively asking people to VOTE!

This will be done on the Blue Lights Photography Blog. We ask that people do not vote multiple times for the same person, as this will lead to all your votes being pulled.

The winner will be the person with the most votes – and will be announced on 1st August 2011.

Then what happens?

We will publish the winner, and will also go to local press with the winner (and shortlist) stories and pictures. We will also use online wedding blogs and websites to promote the pre wedding photoshoot and the wedding after the Bride and Groom have seen their images.

So what are you waiting for, enter right away… and please don’t forget to quote BonfireNightBride when entering! Good luck everybody!!

Laura x


One Response to “Competition: Win Your Wedding Photography by Blue Lights Photography”


  1. Boho Bride at Bawtry Hall « BonfireNightBride - June 16, 2011

    […] If you like what Adele has created remember that Blue Lights Photography are still running their ‘Win Your Wedding Photography’ competition which closes on 30th June […]

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