Peter Britton Photography | Bridgend Wedding Photography

On a perfect July day, some years ago, I was fortunate enough to photograph the amazing day of Janine and Elliot. They tied the knot in Oldwalls, which is situated in the Gower. Located within 50 acres of Welsh countryside, Oldwalls Gower is a wonderful wedding venue, offering exclusive wedding packages, luxury accommodation, conference, banquet, and private parties. The venue is just a short distance from the best that the Gower has to offer, including several stunning beaches and Weobley castle, where we did the formal shots.

We started the day with the bride and groom making their preparations in their individual rooms at Oldwalls. All was calm as we rolled towards the ceremony, which was held in the light and airy main room. After the ceremony, the bride and groom mingled with their guests, before we pushed on with the formal shots in the venue grounds. Light was great on the day, and it made my life as a wedding photographer very easy indeed! After the main formal shots, the bride, groom, best man, ushers and bridesmaids took a spin down to Weobley castle for some more photographs. Weobley was the proud home of the de la Bere family until the 15th century. The view from Weobley over the north Gower marshlands and mudflats is fabulous, and provides a great backdrop for wedding photography.

From there, we went back to Oldwalls, where the guests and happy couple enjoyed some fabulous speeches, ate, drank and were merry into the small hours. 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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