Precious books telling your wedding story for generations to come.
All of the albums below are images of the actual albums our couples recieved.
They were designed using the images they chose, so personal to them, and we are very grateful that they have allowed us to show them to you here.
Click on the image to see the whole album…
If you love wide open space, the chance to have a round of golf and a beautiful location for a wedding blessing, you have to see this place!
St Pierre Golf Course is amongst my favourites in South Wales, it has stunning views of the Severn and is challenging to boot.
The wedding options here are fabulous, you can even get photographs at the 18th Tee!
For us, it’s one of the most diverse wedding locations in South Wales and one that is simply made for stunning wedding photography.
Miskin Manor Hotel is an iconic wedding location. It has award winning grounds that circle the manor house and are looked after with an immense attention to detail. The Manor House itself is beautiful. It has lots of dark wood, panelled walls and the decorum of the place hits you as you walk through the glass and oak doors into the stone paved entrance.
Everything about Miskin Manor Hotel is elegant, the food is beautiful, the bar well stocked and the rooms are regal. You will be delighted if this is your wedding venue of choice.
If you want to see more Miskin Manor Wedding Photography, give us a call to arrange to see more albums. We know you will love it as much as we do.
We often work at the most delectable places in South Wales… but on this occasion we had the delight of being in England and working at the rather gorgeous St Audries Park.
It’s a stunning venue and was just beautiful. What made this wedding day simply exquisite was having Anesa and Mike to photograph, we hope you agree, we created some stunning imagery together!
One of our most frequent places to work is DeCourceys Manor. It’s a stunning location, very local to where we live. We were extremely proud to be asked to photograph the wedding for two of the owners of DeCourceys. In fact, if you go for a show around, you can ask Lewis all about it… what a stunning day they had, snow on the ground and the whole place made to look like an ice palace!
The wedding we are showing you here though is way more recent and started in a church in Pontypridd, then onto DeCourceys for the reception and fun stuff.
When we get asked to photograph at DeCourceys, we always feel like we are coming home, it’s a stunning venue, with two very large rooms and some quiet and peaceful nooks to run to if some of your older relatives need a break from the late nights and music.
If you would love to have your own fabulous storybook album please get in touch.