Wedding photography at Council Chamber + wedding photography at Norwegian Church, Cardiff.

Marriage registration ceremony at Council Chamber, Cardiff city hall. Wedding reception at Norwegian church.

Jon and Beth wished and planned their wedding day to be very casual and relaxed, and I am pretty sure they succeed.

The ceremony took place in the gorgeous Council Chamber in Cardiff City Hall. It is a lovely spacious room, very impressive and solemn. 

After the marriage ceremony, the newlyweds had few photographs taken inside the Cardiff City hall and then groom, brides’ father and brother added a marine note into their style – they put on seaman’s caps and all the guests had a nice slow walk through Cardiff Bute park towards the River Taff (towards the water bus station). There everyone boarded the amazing boat and had a romantic sailing down the river while socializing and enjoying the amazing views of Cardiff and Bay.

In a half an hour that flew so fast we arrived at Norwegian Church where the reception took place. There were so many lovely decorations, but few of them were especially heart-melting. Lovely sitting cards were made by the bride and groom themselves – there was a heart on each one, which actually was made of two halves’ fingerprints (one bride’s and groom’s).

Please feel free to contact me if you a looking for a documentary wedding photographer in Cardiff.