{ Wedding Photography Bridgend }

The wedding of Richard and Kate occurred a few years ago, and was one that I shall always remember as amongst the best. I was very fortunate to photograph this one, as Richard is a friend from my school days, and it was a pleasure to photograph his wedding wedding day. The day started with Kate making her preparations. Her bridesmaids and flowergirl were there to help, and Kate looked amazing on her day. From there we went down to Coity, and to St Marys church. It’s a wonderful old church, situated just behind Coity castle, and provides a wonderful setting in which to tie the knot. The ceremony was very nice, and afterwards Kate and Rich released a dove to show their love for one another. We all then went over the bridge into Coity castle for a few formal shots, using the castle as a picturesque backdrop. The weather was hot, and the sky looked great. After the formal shots were complete, we all got back in our cars and went on down to Bryngarw Country Park and House, where the reception was to be held. I always love shooting in Bryngarw, as the staff are excellent and the buildings and facilities are tremendous.

When we arrived, Kate and Rich mingled with their guests and I photographed some nice candid photography – always my favourite shots from the day. After the meal and speeches, the bride and groom and I went for a walk through Bryngarw’s amazing gardens to capture some more formal shots, and then it was on into the evening for cutting of the cake, candid imagery and first dance. Richard and Kate took top honours on the evening for best first dance song, as they played and swayed to Neil Young’s Harvest Moon. It was beautiful.

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