Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama Wedding Photography
Linda & Rachel’s Civil Partnership at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama was the perfect venue for this gorgeous couple’s special day! The sun shone, their 26 guests arrived in good time and Rachel’s cousin drove them to the ceremony that was being held in the converted stables, in their very own VW Campervan, complete with blue ribbons! They both looked elegant in LK Bennett dresses and shoes, complimented by single ‘felt’ white roses. Their roses also matched the table centres that were very cleverly created by Sarah Jones from The Mustard Pot. The ceremony room was adorned with wicker and wooden hearts, one each for their guests who were lovingly invited to share their big moment! It was a beautiful day for walking in the park which is exactly what we did with the wedding party and took them in to Bute Park at Cardiff Castle for some natural and a couple of formal family and friends photographs. They headed back in to the Anthony Hopkins Centre for their Wedding breakfast which was prepared and served by staff from the college. Once the heartfelt speeches were delivered we headed off to the main entrance of the College for the evening party where a further 150 guests joined them! Linda & Rachel made their entrance across the walkway above their guests to the sounds of ‘Here Come the Girls’ by the Sugababes much to their guests delight! Once they had danced their First Dance they then cut their cake, suitably adorned with a campervan, made by Rhiannon Parry’s Cake Kitchen. The main aim of the evening was to keep enjoying and everyone definitely did that, dancing the night away!
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.