Weddings from Whole Picture

Photographs from Joanne & Steve’s Castell Coch Wedding

We now have a more recent Castell Coch Wedding available to view

We took Joanne and Steven’s booking twelve months ago. Since then we’ve regularly driven past the beautiful gothic Victorian castle that is their venue with great excitement. What could be more romantic!?

Castell Coch, Near Cardiff

Joanne looked absolutely stunning – and we were flummoxed the day before by her suggestion that she wasn’t photogenic.

Castell Coch Wedding

After the ceremony the Castle allow you half an hour to take photos. Joanne and Steve were so relaxed it made our job very easy. And the castle rooms and courtyard have beautiful quality of light.

Castell Coch window

Castell Coch Drawing Room

Castell Coch Wedding

Castell Coch Courtyard

We normally suggest to couples that they spend a bit of time doing something a bit different on their day. We’ve taken over an ice cream van, gone crabbing and stolen sofas. So as Joanne and Steve’s reception was at a golf club we encouraged them to try their hand. They were naturals!

Golf wedding

There were some great speeches, but in the end it was Joanne and Steve’s son’s impromptu contribution that brought the house down. And he just couldn’t stop once he had the crowd with him.

Thanks so much to Joanne and Steve for allowing us to spend the day with you. All the photos are now available to view and purchase in our gallery.

5 comments

  1. Lorna Carnegie-Bailey

    Gorgeous photos! I’m getting married at the castle next April, could you send me some information with regards to price lists etc!

    Thank you.

  2. Lorna Carnegie-Bailey

    I love the photograph in the drawing room with couple kissing. I haven’t seen such a gorgeous shot, capturing how beautiful the room is as well as the couple!

  3. alison

    i would like to know where the reception was as i am looking for venues for my day in 2011.

    If you could help that would be great.
    Thanks

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