I enjoy providing Monmouthshire wedding photography, it is such a lovely area of South Wales. Becky and Alex chose to get married at the Grade I listed St Bridget’s Church in the village of Skenfrith, a place of worship which has its origins in medieval times. As with most of my wedding photography clients, they did not want to spend too much time posing for the camera. So it was a very natural, understated photographic coverage that was required. Hopefully this type of fly on the wall image, reflects more truthfully what it was like to attend the occasion as a guest. The wedding reception was hosted by the groom’s parents at their home within the Monmouthshire countryside. Drinks were served on the front lawn, luckily this date in October 2018 was one of those rare sun filled autumnal days. As the evening drew in, guests were called into the candle lit marquee, pitched amongst the orchard trees. Before the wedding breakfast was served, guests huddled in a corner to hear the wedding speeches. On their conclusion my photographic coverage ended. I provide a handful of half day weddings like this each year during mid week or off peak months. I quite enjoy the change of pace from the regular whole day coverage that is the norm during the peak wedding season. Also I find that for these types of casual weddings it often suits the ethos of such occasions.
“We are SO pleased with our photos. We have had so many lovely comments.”