I have known Debbie and Justin for quite a few years now, so shooting their wedding was a real privilege. Deb got ready upstairs in the castle and the groom got ready in one of the cottages on the grounds. So only a short walk to the church down the road, So no cars needed and it was great to get some natural photographs of them walking to the church for a wonderful servie from the local vicar. The bride and groom walked the short distance back to the castle for drinks and canopes for the guests, and we had loads of time to let them mix with their guests while we took lots of natural photographs. The offical photos were taken on one of the lawns with the best man doing his best to round up the guests to work off the brides important list of photos. All done with lots of humour and banter .
I love a venue which has true 360 degree grounds to shoot as often in this country we have to shelter from a little rain, but wiht lace umbrella to hand the bride was prepared for the showers smiled and looked stunning.
The guests were treated to a beef dinner and judging by the empty plates it was a great hit, The speeches could not have started with a speech from the brides brother then the groom and i somehow the grooms dad sneaked a wonderful speech in with huge comedy glasses.The evening moved downstairs with more food consisting of sausage rolls and bacon sandwhiches the grooms Dad once again stole the evening with his Dad dancing!!
Cardiff wedding photographer
Llansantffraed Court hotel is a stunning venue to for your wedding, with the surrounding mountains providing the perfect backdrop to your photos