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South Wales Wedding Photography

Wedding Photography Experience



Your wedding photography experience is of great importance to us. We offer you a portfolio that showcases all your bespoke details whilst capturing the genuine emotions of your day, I ensure that you will enjoy every minute working together with us. We collaborate with you between now and your wedding day, communicating your thoughts, passions and ideas so that together we can create a gallery you will cherish forever.

The following is based on full day coverage from preparation to party.

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BRIDAL PREPARATION

I love this part of the day for the tension building excitement. I document all your pretty details. Invitations, Dress, Shoes, Garter, Perfume and everything that you want to remembered on your big day.

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GROOM PREPARATION

Not all chaps want to document ‘getting ready’ so maybe we could meet you at the bar pre-ceremony to capture some last minute antics with your Groomsmen. But if you do, we would love to be there to snap some natural, documentary style images of you and your friends during your preparation.

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WEDDING CEREMONY

Maybe you are singing your vows or getting married by a friend on a beach? Whichever way you choose to tie the knot this is the time for us to be as inconspicuous as possible. If you are having a religious ceremony we may have to check the rules for photography. This is important information to find out in advance so you know what we will be permitted during your ceremony.

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WEDDING RECEPTION

The reception is a great time to take any portraits you may want. These are heirloom memories you will have for years to come! You may decide on a formal look or informal relaxed group gathering. We advise up to 10 groups maximum. Oh and don’t forget if your pooch is attending your big day a portrait with them is a must!

We then capture the details of your Wedding Breakfast and the candid moments of your guests enjoying your reception.

Once the speeches are over you may decide to cut your cake.

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COUPLE PORTRAITS

This is probably the only time you will have alone together and our couples always love this part of the day for that reason. Couples portraits take around 20-30 minutes unless you have chosen to drive to a separate location on route to your reception. The best time is golden hour, just before the sun goes down. If your timeline is fixed and you are eating during golden hour perhaps we can capture most of the images beforehand and then sneak out for 5 minutes at sun-down? If you need help with your timeline let us know. We don’t like to pose you too much, this is your time together to go for a stroll, kick off your shoes and just have a damn good giggle about what just happened!

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THE WEDDING VENUE

Maybe you are getting married in a country house, a castle or ruins overlooking the ocean? Wherever you choose to tie the knot, our aim is to capture your venue in all its glory.

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THE PARTY

Your groom may be performing a striptease, maybe you have taken Argentinian Tango lessons or maybe you are just opting for a traditional first dance! If you choose our all-inclusive collection we will be there to capture whatever moves you make!

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Wedding Photographer Cardiff | A Romantic Summer Wedding


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Shanika and Deshanga tied the knot on this beautifully hot summers day in front of their closest family and friends. Bridal Portraits were taken in the nearby grounds of Abbey Park.

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