Nash Point Lighthouse Wedding Photography

South Wales wedding photographer at Nash Point


Nash Point Lighthouse was built in 1832 using local stone, quarried from the beach below. The year before the ship, The Frolic on its way from Bristol to Haverfordwest was wrecked on the Nash Sands at a cost of 50 lives. It was the last manned lighthouse in Wales, before being automated in 1998. Located at Nash Point in the Vale of Glamorgan of South Wales. This 19th century Grade II listed historic building is a unique South Wales wedding venue, being licensed to hold wedding ceremonies within its tower and able to offer accommodation in the former keeper cottages. In my role as a South Wales wedding photographer I have undertaken several commissions to produce Nash Point Lighthouse wedding photography, the results of which you can see below.

Mash Point Lighthouse Wedding Photography


So why book me for your Nash Point Lighthouse wedding photography? My documentary approach ensures the photography does not turn the day into a photoshoot, but merely captures the day in its natural flow. No awkward poses, no cheesy grins, just honest, emotive, story telling imagery. I aim to provide an elegant pictorial record of your perfect wedding day. My advice to anyone getting married, is to relax and enjoy yourself on the day, chat and laugh with friends and family and the photography will take care of itself. If this sounds like it might suit you and you would like to discuss your wedding photography requirements any further, or just wish to check on my availability and fee, then please do contact me.

Nash Point Lighthouse Wedding Photography