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

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.