Welsh College of Music and Drama Wedding Photography

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The Welsh College of Music and Drama was the venue for this Wedding and it was no ordinary wedding, it was the marriage of our very close friends Sera & Stuart and we were honoured to be involved in their big day from planning to pre-wedding photographs to attending and photographing on the day and enjoying being guests!  Sera started her day at Jolyons No.10 where Victoria from MAC Make Up expertly applied Sera’s and her daughter Georgia’s make up whilst their hair was coiffeured by Sarah Bonet who is a freelance hairdresser and Harry from Belle Toujours.  Sacha helped Sera in to her stunning ‘So Sassi’ Wedding Gown from High Society, it suited her perfectly, so elegant covered in small sequins and with padded shoulder straps and then Georgia in to her sleek, black Desi Bridesmaid dress, Sera rocked her dress with a fab pair of black Kurt Geiger shoes that were a gift from Georgia!  Sera’s son Sam arrived looking smart suited & booted in readiness to give her away.  Sera had chosen deep purple Cala-Lilies for her bouquet which incorporated a small photograph of her late Dad Tony and white Cala-Lillies for Georgia’s the contrast with their dresses was striking, Karen from The Florist in Birchgrove had done an amazing job.  We met Stu and his Best Man Shane outside the old converted stables at The College of Music & Drama, where both the ceremony and the wedding breakfast were to be held both looking extremely dapper in their Red Herring suits and managed to get a few pics of them before Sera arrived.  the cute Flower Girls Izzy, Lily Rose & Ruby were waiting patiently for Sera to arrive too in their pretty dresses.
Sam proudly walked Sera down the aisle, the ceremony was very relaxed and included a reading by one of Sera’s best friends Sarah!  In true Sera & Stu style they ‘rocked’ back down the aisle to Madness ‘It must be love…’ to which we all joined in to sing them out!  Once we had taken a few photographs the wedding breakfast took place and we enjoyed beautiful food prepared by the college and  the orange cake made by Paul at Happy Occasion Cakes fitted in beautifully for desert, with the wine & prosecco flowing it was on to the speeches!  Sera’s brother Nigel had written an awesome poem about him & Sera growing up which was just hilarious, Stu followed with a heartfelt poem that was completed with a slideshow of photographs compiled from their favourite occasions taken over the last couple of years, including some of their pre-wedding shoot with us!  Shane ended the speeches with some genuine, meaningful words and some funny stories thrown in for good measure. The colour theme for the day was black, orange and white, the button holes were orange Cala-Lillies and Karen had decorated the tables with orange gerberas in tall vases, Emma Hall Designs had supplied the chair covers with black sashes.  After our meal we went back outside where Sera, Stu and some of their family members released huge balloons from Dave at Cardiff Balloons with messages attached to Sera’s late dad Tony, a really moving gesture, then it was time to party!  The main entrance to The Welsh College of Music and Drama had been transformed in to a stylish party venue, with the band The Kiltics set up and the evening guests arrived Sera & Stu made their entrance by walking across the walkway above the room much to everyone’s delight.  Once they had kicked the evening off with their First Dance the dance floor didn’t empty as The Kiltics played all the best tunes!!
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Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama Wedding Photography

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.