Bridgend Wedding Photographer – Peter Britton Photography

One wonderful spring day, I had the privilege of photographing Marc and Eliza’s wedding day. We started the day in the Vale of Glamorgan, near Broughton, with Eliza getting ready in the family home. The house had a great relaxed environment, and from the there we moved on to Ewenny Priory for the ceremony. Ewenny priory is set in a beautiful location, and is an impressive Norman monastic church within a fortified perimeter wall. It was founded for Benedictine monks of Gloucester Abbey by Maurice de Londres in 1141. The ceremony was beautiful and heartfelt, and the slightly damp conditions didn’t do anything to dampen spirits!

We then moved over to Fonmon castle for the formal shots, wedding breakfast and party. Fonmon is a spectacular medieval castle, and is a great wedding venue. We used the formal room upstairs for the formal shots, which looked amazing and provided a wonderful backdrop. From there, the bridge, groom and myself too a stroll around the majestic grounds capturing a plethora of fabulous photographs. The sun came out too, and the air warned up! Marc and Eliza then took us through some of best speeches I have heard, and the evening rolled on into the night as the party atmosphere grew and the evening guests arrived.

Marc and Eliza were wonderful, cooperate people, and we had a lot of fun on the day. Every moment was filled with laughter and photographic opportunities and the happy couple were a treat to be with. If you want any information about wedding photography, then contact me, or have a look at my gallery. You can find information about pricing here.

 

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