Bria & Kristan got married a couple of months earlier but unfortunately the day itself was a bit of a wash out. With our trusty Welsh weather we can’t always guarantee the sunshine! The newlyweds booked in with me to have a post-wedding shoot. Bride & groom got back in their wedding outfits to capture a few more photos (& film) along our beautiful Welsh coastline. What better place than down on the beach at Penarth?
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Penarth has a mix of pebble and sandy beach when the tide is out. As well as the beautiful alabaster threads that weave their way along the cliff face. There’s Penarth pier itself with it’s view over the Severn estuary as well as Flat Holm & Steep Holm. The town itself is great for a Saturday afternoon mooch around the shops & cafes with a growing emphasis on independent and environmentally friendly as well some of my absolute favourite charity shop haunts.
Although the weather was a bit moody down on this March day on Penarth’s seafront; the silver of the Bristol channel adds its own special quality to the images and film.
I love bride & groom portraits on the beach – and nothing quite blows the cobwebs away like a bit of sea air! Wales is all about the mountains, the valleys, the woods and the sea. I love photographing couples that appreciate their relationship to Wales’ all important natural landscape, seeing themselves as not at odds but a part of that beauty. What’s better than capturing how intrinsically connected we Welsh are to our landscape? Especially when it’s intertwined in a celebration of new love.
Penarth beach pier wedding
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