West Wales Wedding Photography
Here are some samples of my West Wales wedding photography. Each post represents a few favourite images from each West Wales wedding that I have photographed recently. This area of the Principality includes the counties of Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion. With some of the most beautiful countryside, coastlines and beaches in Britain, it is equally popular for surfing, hiking, coasteering, bird watching, dolphin spotting, holiday destination and of course as a wedding location.
Here are a few photographs from a wedding at Nanteos near Aberystwyth in West Wales, photographed on Friday 30th December, my last wedding for 2016. The bride and groom, Mared and Mark were both getting ready in the Georgian Hotel, the girls in the main hotel, whilst the chaps were making use of the Mews House. The […] read more
A few days following Christmas I was at The Corran Resort in Carmarthenshire, Wales to photograph the wedding of Paula and Ashleigh on the 28th December 2016. Situated on the acres of marshland that surrounds the town of Laugharne, this 16th century building has been modernised and extended to provide a stylish hotel perfect for weddings. Laugharne […] read more
This was the first wedding that I have photographed at Sylen Lakes in West Wales. Today, 1st October 2016, I was here to document the marriage of Emma and Nick. I had met this couple before at the wedding of Emma’s brother the previous year so it was nice to see the family again. In […] read more
Sarah & David were married at Jabajak Vineyard on Saturday 6th August 2016, here are a few of the images that I provided for them. This was the first wedding that I photographed at Jabajak Vineyard, which started life as a small holding until the present family, the Stuart-Robson’s purchased the property and renovated it into a […] read more
On one of the hottest days of the year, I found myself travelling to Pembrokeshire in West Wales to photograph the wedding of Charlotte (Charly) and Daniel on Saturday 23rd July 2016. Upon arriving at the marriage ceremony location of St Elidyr’s Church in the village of Amroth, I discovered the groom doing some last […] read more
Katie and Mark were married on Saturday 9th July 2016 and I was lucky enough to chosen as their wedding photographer. I had an early start to make the journey to Britain’s smallest city of St Davids, in Pembrokshire on the most westerly point of Wales. My photographic coverage started with the bridal preparations, beofre I […] read more
On the Bank Holiday Monday that occurred on the 30th May 2016 I photographed the wedding of Ffion and Gerallt. I had them late last year when I photographed Ffion’s sister’s wedding , so it was nice tot see the family again. After taking some photographs of the bridal preparations at the parent’s home, I meet up […] read more
Manorbier Castle provided the perfect setting for Laura and Mark’s wedding on 14th May 2016 in Pembrokeshire, West Wales. The marriage ceremony took place at St James’ Church, from where you could see the castle across the village hill. After the ceremony, the guests were able to walk through the valley back up to the wedding […] read more
Monday 21st December 2016 was a pretty wet and windy day, though the sun did make a brief yet timely appearance through the chapel windows just as Lowri and Adam exchanged their marital vows. Earlier the bride had got ready for the day at her parents home in the village of Llanddarog, Carmarthenshire. The marriage ceremony […] read more
The wettest December since records began was well under way by the 19th December 2015, but it did not dampen the spirit and festivities for the wedding of Lisa and Aled. In the morning I split my time between the bride and groom as they were both getting ready within relative short distance of each other. […] read more
Here are a few photographs from the wedding of Sarah and Michael at Hammet House in West Wales. Hammet House is a country hotel sitting on the Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion border in West Wales, where contemporary chic design meets fine Georgian architecture. It provided the perfect location for Sarah and Michael’s small and intimate wedding, with just three […] read more
New Quay in Ceredigion in West Wales is one of my favourite places in Wales, so I was pleased when Sarah and Michael asked me to photograph their wedding in this popular seaside and traditional fishing town. In the morning the bridal preparations took place in the family’s cottage overlooking Cardigan Bay whilst the groom […] read more
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