I photographed the Cardiff wedding of Romy and Jason on Sunday 17th July 2022. It was one of those scorchingly hot days we had this summer in South Wales. The marriage ceremony was held in the Weston Gallery, housed within the thick stone walls of the former stables for Cardiff Castle. These days it is part of the Anthony Hopkins Centre, a collection of music practise rooms within the Royal Music College of Music & Drama. Upon arrival, wedding guests were greeted with coffee and cake in the courtyard. With several young children in attendance, they were safe to explore as the adults chatted and eat cake, as they waited for the bride to arrive. Once the formalities were completed, the guests were invited to throw confetti over the newlyweds as they led the way to the wedding reception. This was hosted at the main building of the college, as with a lot of couples, Romy and Jason choose the scenic route, alongs the canal path through Bute Park. This is a good opportunity to capture some unposed and natural portraits of the bride and groom, as they stroll along albeit with a gang of children racing past! The reception was held in the impressive glass atrium and drinks could enjoyed on the open air terrace with its view of the park. This was a thoroughly pleasant occasion to photograph, the bride and groom wished for a very casual and candid approach to their wedding photography with no posed portraits or formal groups, they just wanted the day documented as it unfolded. They did opted for my half day coverage of up to five hours, which I am able to provide except on peak dates, such as Saturdays from April to September.