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A Cosmos Theme Wedding at Buckland Hall with an Alfred Angelo Gown

Today I am thrilled to share this stunning Cosmos Theme Wedding at Buckland Hall with an Alfred Angelo Gown. Images were captured by Lewis Fackrell Photography. Lewis Fackrell is a UK & Destination Wedding Photographer based in Cardiff, South Wales. Photography has been a big part of his life for as long as he can remember. He loves the affection, emotional connection, endless happiness and the love radiating from an image placed in a lasting album, and there’s nothing more he enjoys photographing… His style is creative, naturural and photojournalistic.   He shares his recollections of the couple and their day…   “Buckland Hall in Brecon was the ideal venue...

MrsPandPs Sunday Morning Cuppa Wedding Blog Catch up

Good Morning, and welcome to MrsPandPs Sunday Morning Cuppa Wedding Blog Catch up. Today I am delighted to re – visit and share the fabulousness that has adorned the pages of the Wedding Blog  this week. On Monday I was thrilled to share this pretty & relaxed Glasgow Wedding at House for an Art Lover. Originally designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh the House was an elegant country retreat for a person of taste and culture. More than 110 years later, House for an Art Lover exists to stimulate public interest in art, design and architecture…and it was a fantastic location for Jen & Jim’s wedding. The brief for the day...

An Elegant & Relaxed South Wales Wedding

Today I am delighted to share this elegant and relaxed back South Wales Wedding. Images were captured by Elaine Williams Photography. Elaine Williams is a I’m a creative wedding photographer based in Wales, but travelling throughout the UK especially Scotland.   She says of her work…   “Growing up I always loved art.” “At high school I spent most days in the art department, but decided studying fine art wasn’t ’sensible’.” “I opted to study architecture instead and spent a few years dabbling in practice before deciding screw sensible, and jumped into photography more seriously.” “I had always loved photography, but while at university I started to see it as...