Photographer for Cardiff Register Office weddings
Many people in Cardiff are not looking for their wedding day to be a large, lavish affair. Perhaps they don’t want to spend twenty thousand pounds, or perhaps they have been with their partner for a long time and just want to tie the knot quietly with a few friends. There are many reasons people want to have a more low-key wedding and, if you fit into that box, Cardiff Register Office Wedding is a great place to do it.
It might not be the most extravagant wedding venue for your ceremony , but it is nice, clean and quiet. Another benefit is that you are at City Hall, which is on the doorstep of Cardiff city centre. The city centre is the perfect place to go on to afterwards for a few drinks and food. If you want to go onto a bigger, more glamorous venue for your wedding breakfast, you can get to most of the big venues in Cardiff within a twenty-minute drive from City Hall .
Would a Cardiff Registry Office Wedding Suit You?
The wedding featured on this page was of Val and Mark. They didn’t want a big song and dance for their wedding day. They got married at Cardiff Register Office and then went to Bar 44, a small bar in the city centre, to celebrate with friends and family.
For their wedding photographer, they didn’t want to have to spend thousands but still wanted lovely, quality images that captured the events that took place on the day.
Married in the Cardiff Registry Office
The wedding that is featured on this page was of Val and Mark. They didn’t want big song and dance for their wedding day. They only wanted to get married and then go to a small bar with their friends and family for a few drinks after to celebrate. They decided to go to bar 44 for their function afterwards.
When it came to their wedding photographer, they didn’t want to have to spend thousands but still wanted lovely quality images that captured the events that took place on the day.
My photographic style
Hopefully, you can see my photographic style from these images, and how I went about blending into the background of the wedding day. My aim was just to capture people having a great day and enjoying themselves, rather than trying to pose anyone or make anyone feel awkward by pointing a camera in their face.
This style is representative of all the weddings I do, whether I am capturing a wedding with 200 guests or one with twenty close friends and relatives.
I always like to supply an album of special photographs that can take people right back to how they were feeling at the moment the shots were taken, rather than just remembering smiling at the camera.
If you like the look of my photographic at Cardiff Register Office and editing style and would like some timeless images that you can keep for the rest of your life, why not contact me to see if I still have availability for your wedding day.
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