Cardiff City Hall wedding Photography

The fab wedding day of Stacey & Stephen started at The City Hall, Cardiff for an intimate Civil Ceremony in front of their close family & friends.  Stephen, looking very smart in his Ted Baker suit and their son Rhys, their Page Boy in a matching suit and waistcoat.  They arrived along with his family including his Grandad and his Best Man, Craig.  As it was raining initially we managed to take a few photographs under cover just outside the entrance to the City Hall.  Shortly after which Stacey and her Dad, Terry, arrived, driven by a close friend Mike.  Stacey looked gorgeous in her dress from Berkertex Brides and she was joined by their daughter Jennifer who, with Jessica were the Flower Girls and her best friend Katie was her Bridesmaid.  They all looked stunning in white & red, the colour theme for the day.  It was an emotional ceremony, with lots of cheers for the lovely couple!  The rain had stopped and the sun was even trying to shine so we walked over to the fountains and took some family & friends photographs before whisking Stacey & Stephen over to the picturesque Museum steps for some photographs of just the two of them.  The reception venue in Rhiwbina Recreational Club was almost unrecognisible as it had been decorated beautifully with organza and fairy lights and was the location for a gorgeous wedding breakfast and fab speeches.  The magician kept the children entertained before the disco started and the dancefloor didn’t empty after Stacey and Stephen had taken to the floor for their first dance!  It was a very relaxed day, just what they wanted!

Our style of wedding photography is a mix of documentary photography, unobtrusively capturing moments with natural, Fine Art style bridal portraits.  For a further look at our images of our South Wales Wedding photography, please have a look at our Gallery or other Blog Posts and if you have any questions about our services don’t hesitate to leave a comment below or contact us.

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