It’s been a long time coming but we have finally taken the plunge an we have decided to re-brand. I would like take this moment to say goodbye (for now) to Little Moment and hello to…

Whats changing and why?
We started Little Moment back in 2013 as we started our home studio and all of our business was family/kids shoots. As time went on we moved into Wedding photography which has been the best thing we ever did. We love shooting Weddings together and sharing in such a special day with others capturing all those special moment for everyone to look back on for years to come.

We will still be taking bookings for studio/kids shoots… but its clear that 90% of our business is now Wedding Photogeaphy. With that in mind, we thought it was about time that we change to something that suits us better. We thought about many different names and as always, finding one with the domain name available is always a pain. In the end, the answer was staring us right in the face the whole time.

Will my booking be affected?
No bookings will be affected at all. For a while you may see our old logo/name in some places until we get around to updating everyting but apart from a new logo/name, everything will be staying the same. Both web addresses will go to the same website, so hopefully there will be very little confusion. If you have any questions at all, please contact us and we would be happy to answer any questions you may have.

If your wondering where our new name came from, well.. its a little bit of a mushy reason. As a hunsband & wife team, it was important that we found something that was perferct for us both while also not sounding like any other local photography business around here. The answer was right infront of us… It’s something we say to each other all the time and have done since we have been together (coming up on 13 years now). One of us will say Always & Forever and the other replies Forever & Always (or vice versa). As soon as we thought about it, we had to use it.. we checked the domain for alwaysforever but they wanted £2,000 a year… so instead we were more than happy with ForeverAlways.uk