Everlasting Moments Photography

Beautiful Wedding and Portrait Photography within Surrey

Wedding and Portrait photography services covering Surrey, Kent, Sussex, Essex and London.


Wedding days are one, if not ‘the’ most important day in a girl’s life.

We believe that it is our duty as your wedding photographer to capture the day’s events as they unfold, creating a visual account of the whole day.

We shall capture your whole story, and ensure that your fairytale day is visually written into your memories forever.

We take great pride in our versatility to offer both reportage and formal styles of photography throughout your day, ensuring that you have the perfect balance of images.

We offer beautiful photography at affordable prices - please feel free to browse our various wedding packages.


We offer various portrait services, for families, children, adults and or even corporate head shots. We can either accommodate and or travel to the client’s premises - whichever is preferable.

We also can shoot at a natural location such as a park or similar in order to capture a more informal style of portraiture. Like the weddings, we offer various portrait packages and also can provide a wide range of photographic products to display your fabulous pictures.




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  • Tue, 19 May 2015 22:03:30 +0000

    Louise & James’ Wedding at The Holy Family Church in Reigate and The Burford Bridge Hotel in Dorking

    We take a look back at the wedding of Louise & James from the end of last year, where they tied the knot at The Holy Family Church in Reigate, followed by the reception at The Burford Bridge Hotel in Dorking.

    This was the first time that I had been back to The Burford Bridge since it had been refurbished following on from the catastrophic flooding in 2013.

    I have to say, that whilst the flooding was a terrible event, the venue has definitely benefitted in the long term from the renovations – it now is more modern and contemporary with its decor and this has given what was a tiring venue a new lease of life.

    This wedding was another one that shared many moving moments and celebrations – Louise tragically lost one of her brothers in 2009, but she was determined to involve him on her special day and so arranged that her and James made a stop at Redstone Cemetery on the way to Box Hill to pay their respects and toast a glass of champagne with Patrick.

    It was a poignant act, and one that I thought was truly beautiful and touching.

    When you see or witness such moments, and feel others pain and anguish that their loved ones are no longer with them to celebrate and enjoy such landmark and special occasions, it truly does make you realise how fortunate you are and how we all do take so many things for granted in this life…

    Please feel free to watch the video slideshow from Louise & James’ wedding here below.

    I also know that Louise and her family have set up the Patrick Evans Foundation in the honour of her brother – so please feel free to read about the fine work that they do here.