Amy was getting ready for her wedding with her mum and bridesmaids at the elegant Lincoln House Private Hotel in Cathedral Road, Cardiff. Her flowers were very summery mainly sunflowers in different shades of yellow highlighted with white roses and gypsophila.Her beautiful wedding gown was in ivory lace with a long train and a very long flowing veil. When she was ready her Dad arrived to collect her in a VW Camper Van.
Ross and a small group of 30 family and friends were awaiting their arrival at St Fagan’s Museum. Buttonhole flowers pinned and arranged and happy smiling faces all ready for Amy and her Dad to walk down the aisle.
They had a very moving ceremony in one of the amazing rooms at St Fagan’s, with readings, the exchange of rings and a big kiss before signing the register and making their way back down the aisle as husband and wife.A well deserved glass of something cool was waiting for them outside.We had a few fun photos inside and outside the VW Camper Van and just a little drop more sparkle for the bride and groom.It is really difficult to better St Fagan’s for photo opportunities with the fabulous castle and grounds and on this occasion we really made the most of both starting at the castle and after the meal walking through the grounds to Oakdale Hall.We had more fun with the bridal party and family photos before the three course meal in the castle.Both Dad’s gave speeches as did the groom and his best man, who seemed to have a very meaningful friendship, and everyone said lovely things about each other and, of course, the lovely bride.The sun decided to shine for our stroll down to Oakdale Hall in St Fagan’s grounds and it was great timing for the rest of the couple photographs en route.Oakdale Hall was decorated with lots of bunting and flowers for the many evening guests they had invited. Amy and Ross had a kilt wearing, big booted band to play the first dance after they had cut their simply elegant wedding cake.Thank you Amy and Ross for asking me to be your wedding photographer. I love coming back to St Fagan’s.