Carmarthen Registry Office Wedding Photography

Carmarthen Wedding Photography

Carmarthen Registry Office wedding photography by Cwmbran, South Wales, Bristol, Gloucestershire and Somerset wedding photographer, Jackie Cuff.

Nat & Freddie got married in June 2021 at Carmarthen Registry Office and were my first wedding of the summer! We certainly had the weather for it as the day wore on, with very little rain. I started their wedding day at their home in Neath for bridal/groom prep. They had separated themselves by getting ready in different rooms of the house, to make sure the groom didn't spot the bride before the ceremony! I got some lovely detail shots of jewellery and accessories etc as I always do then lots of natural photos throughout whilst they all got ready, with their guests arriving at the house as they couldn't have many due to Covid we took a few group photos too.
They all set off to travel to the registry office in their own VW Vans, which had to be photographed!
The couple had a few children already, so there were so many cute opportunities with them throughout the whole day. I wasn't allowed to stand too close to the couple during the ceremony (thanks to Covid, again!), so I stood at the back of the room using my zoom lens to capture the ceremony unfolding.
Once the ceremony was over, we had a lovely time taking some confetti and group photos, then a few of the newlyweds around the registry office.
Next it was time to travel back to Neath for the first couple of hours of their reception at The Dyffryn Arms, capturing a few more of the newlyweds around the pub and some family photos for them with their kids. It's a lovely pub, with lots of parking and a great play area for the kids! I captured lots of natural photos throughout the speeches, with lots of laughter and emotion showing on everyone's faces. I thoroughly enjoyed eating my delicious lasagne with all of the guests, followed by a few photos of Nat & Freddie cutting their cake. I had a fantastic time, capturing the moments of their wedding day. It was a blast!

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