Wedding Photography Vale Hotel & Spa and Hensol Castle
Couple: Corinne Gammon and Gavin Owen
Civil ceremony venue: Vale Hotel & Spa near Cardiff
Location wedding photography: Hensol Castle
Photographers: Gary and Sue
This wedding photography Vale Hotel for Corinne and Gavin started out at their beautiful home. Accompanied by her bridesmaids, the three J’s, Joanne, Jody and Joanne they all had hair and make-up done at the house. Talk about fun and giggles – I make no comments at all! Hair was done by Christine Bradwick check out her Facebook page HERE. For those who may be interested, Corinne had her Marquesa wedding gown from Timeless Elegance in Cardiff (Home Page) and her flowers were done by I Love Lily, flowers and events (Home Page). I promised I wouldn’t say anything about Auntie Jennifer as long as she was good, so…
Wedding photography at the Vale Hotel & Spa
We met up with Gavin and his entourage for some pre wedding photography at the Vale Hotel, yet another great fun bunch of people, we knew we were in for a great day! The wedding ceremony was held in the conservatory at the rear of the Vale Hotel, followed by a drinks reception in the main hotel.
Wedding photography Hensol Castle
Sue and I, along with the main bridal party all went over to the amazing Hensol Castle building for some of the requested wedding group photography. Followed by some great fun shots with the bridesmaids and groomsmen and then, some really stunning photography images just as the sun came out in front of the main Hensol Castle building itself.
We then came back to the Main Vale Hotel for the remainder of the requested group photography as well as the fun things going on that makes weddings just so much fun.
Evening wedding photography at the Vale Hotel
After the speeches, the sunset looked as if it could be spectacular, so we did brave the cold for a few minutes for just a few pictures, then down to the piano bar in the main area for something a bit moody… what do you think?
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