Autumn is here and I’m so happy to be here at St Donat’s Art Centre for our awesome bride and groom Kelsey and Lloyd.It seems like only yesterday that I was shooting Kelsey’s sister; Danielle and her now husband, Neil’s epic wedding at the Orangery in Margam park. Two beautiful brides, two epic locations one very emotional father and here we are. The weather has held off and Becky and I have just sat down for some food. I say it all the time and I’ll say it again. I love my job! It’s the best. It’s hard work but worth every second of it.
Here’s our sneaky teaser edit and judging by the photos and video we’ve already shot, the rest of the day is going to be incredible. It’s also amazing to see all the guests again from the last wedding. There's some guests we’ve seen at about 3 different weddings this year! I love that feeling when you bump into people that you haven't seen for ages.
We shot another wedding here not so long ago, but that was at St Donat's Castle, there's actually two venues in the same place. We’re at St Donat’s Art Centre today and it’s amazing, with gorgeous sea views and a mix of beautiful old architecture with a really well designed modern facelift. The reception hall in particular is gorgeous with it’s floor to ceiling windows that make it light and spacious. A beautiful wedding venue for sure!
Thankfully the Autumn weather has been kind to us and we were able to jump down to the beach and get some amazing photos there. I love taking the couple away after the ceremony, it gives them a little bit of time to really enjoy each others company, spend some quality time together and enjoy being Mr and Mrs for the first time. I actually shot their engagement shoot a bit further down the coast at Ogmore, we’re so lucky in South Wales to have such stunning coast line.
Keep posted on the Facebook page and Instagram for some more sneaky pics as and when they pop up. Really excited to see the rest of the day though and can't wait for the speeches. It’s going to be the second father of the brides speech with the same father!