Wedding Photography South Wales

The wedding day of Rachael and Chris was simply fabulous. Set in Porthcawl the day started with detail shots in and around the family homes of both couples. There were gorgeous details in every corner, and in Rachaels parents, hair and make up were done and the kids loved getting ready. After I had captured some of the details I took the short drive to meet up with Chris to photograph the gentlemen getting ready. The atmosphere was full of expectancy, and Chris and his best man and ushers were on fine form. I captured some shots around the house, and from there, I headed to Newton church.

Rachael arrived at the church and she looked spectacular in her dress and we got some  shots outside as the ceremony time drew closer. Everyone then entered the church, where Chris was waiting for his bride to be.

The wedding ceremony was really lovely, and the church looked lovely. After the ceremony, the bride and groom walked down the aisle and then we went outside to shoot some gorgeous formal shots and bride and groom portraits. The light was great, and weather held out for us, even if it was a little blustery! We took a short drive to Newton Beach, and we put Ogmore and the beach in the background. After that, we went to the wedding reception where the guests ate, speeches were given, the drinks flowed, the cake was cut and everyone had an amazing time. It was a special day, and one that will stand out for me this year.

Congrats to the beautiful bride and wonderful groom – you were both so friendly and welcoming on your day, and the imagery really reflects how fab you both are. You can see ALL the photography (including all the formal/couple shots) from the wedding day HERE, and guests can also purchase prints via this link. Rach and Chris have the password…

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

Wedding Photography South Wales

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