The Celtic Manor Resort restricts the number of weddings it allows at its exclusive 2010 Clubhouse. Specially built for a new course to host the world famous golf competition, the Ryder Cup. It was my first time photographing a wedding at the 2010 Clubhouse and Laura and Tom certainly know how to throw a party. Though earlier in the day the bride was getting ready at her parents home in Cardiff, South Wales and the groom was around the corner in their home with the ushers and best men. The marriage ceremony took place at St Isaan’s Church in Llanishen, Cardiff, which I think is my most frequently visited church. It has a large catchment areas in the north of the capital, but it also boasts a warm and welcoming vicar which can make all the difference to the popularity of a church. After the ceremony and confetti was thrown it was off to the reception venue of the 2010 Clubhouse. It was an exceedingly warm day, but guests were invited to enjoy chilled drinks on arrival and the shade boasted by the clubhouse private bar and balcony area. The actual wedding breakfast was served in Rafters, one of the resorts fine restuarants, that enjoys views of the course. Later in the day it also hosts the evening celebrations, where guests were once again called to the balcony, this time to enjoy views of the Welsh countryside illuminated by a firework display.