Bridgend Wedding Photography South Wales is a well established photography company providing professional wedding photography. Based in South Wales, not only covering Bridgend, Porthcawl, Cowbridge, Maesteg, Swansea, Cardiff, Newport and the rest of Wales. Full UK coverage is also available.
Taking into account your personal requirements we use a combination of reportage, “wedding documentary” and contemporary photography styles. Working in an unobtrusive fashion for your reportage shots and seeking out special locations to enhance and add impact to your posed photographs. Then edit them to create the special finishing touch. Whether your choice of venue is a church, registry office, hotel or any other location we are comfortable photographing pretty much anywhere.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, that’s why we would like to invite you to view my wedding galleries. Here you will find a selection of photographs taken for previous clients in such locations as The Celtic Manor Resort, The Court Coleman Manor Hotel, The Grove, Berwick Lodge, Caerphilly Castle, Cardiff Hilton and St Fagans Museum of Wales.
So when you think about Wedding Photographer South Wales, think Bridgend Wedding Photography.
At a recent wedding, I came across an exquisite cake by The Buttercream Pantry. Now as you would think I get to see quite a few cakes, and this was up there with the best. Being an inquisitive person I looked them up on Facebook to see what else they did and I was very […]
We were asked by the Grand Hotel Swansea for images for their wedding marketing. Happy to oblige we photographed the function room all set out for the special day. One of the places the images have been used is in the wedding brochure. The first two images you come across are taken by us. If […]
I love shooting a wedding in an area I normally wouldn’t go to, I get to see some fantastic scenery. The wedding of Kelly and Gethin was certainly one of these. The ceremony was at St. Paul’s Church in Cwmtillery, a picturesque church with stunning views across the valley. From there it was on to […]