South Wales Wedding Photographer

The wedding day of David and Steph was perfect. Perfect people, venues and weather. The day started at Stephs family home for some photographs as everyone prepared for the big day. The atmosphere was really relaxed and the house provided a beautiful setting. Behind the house a marquee had been installed as this was also to be the venue for the reception and wedding breakfast. It was a spectacular transformation from family home into incredible wedding venue, and credit goes to the family for creating such an atmospheric and visually perfect wedding venue. A lot of hard work went into getting things right for the day, and it all paid off. I got some great shots around the house of preparations and fine details.

From there, we made our way to the church where David was waiting and greeting the guests. The church was beautiful, set amongst a fabulous landscape and glowing in perfect sunshine. Steph arrived with her entourage and the ceremony began. The ceremony itself was wonderful – sweet and heartfelt, and the atmosphere was really great. Once wed, the happy couple made their way back to the house for the formal shots, wedding breakfast and celebrations. The wedding breakfast was of the highest quality, and the speeches were absolutely hilarious; I learned some details about David that I cannot forget :/

As the day became evening and then night, the guests revelled in the summer heat and atmosphere, and the dance floor filled up.

The day was amazing. Congrats to the beautiful bride and wonderful groom – you are both fantastic. You can see ALL the photography (including all the formal/couple shots) from the wedding day HERE, and you can also purchase prints via the link.

If you want further details of my wedding photography, then have a look at the image galleriescontact me, or follow me on Instagram.

Wedding Photographer South Wales


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