Posts in pre-wedding photography
Rhossili sunflowers in for bloom | Emma & Chris' pre wedding shoot

Some absolute genius at the National Trust in Rhossili, Gower planted fields full of sunflowers and their damn beautiful! A perfect location for Emma & Chris' pre-wedding shoot. 

If there was a guide on how to embrace a pre-wedding session, these guys have read it inside and out. They nailed it - completely embracing each other, forgetting the camera and just having so much fun together! 

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St Fagans nature reserve pre wedding photo session | Scot & Steve

St Fagans pre wedding photography with Scot and Steve before they become husband and husband at St David’s hotel in Cardiff.

For their shoot, we met at their home before taking a stroll to the nature reserve nearby.

Scot & Steve aren’t the soppy type at all, so to let them be themselves and get comfortable with the camera, we kept the photography very relaxed with a little fun thrown in when Scot announced he wanted a piggy back!

Their complimenting outfits were a really cute touch, the tartan bow is even a little hint to one of the groom’s wedding day attire!

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Clyne chapel & Clyne gardens wedding photos, Swansea | Bethan & Jamie

Clyne Chapel wedding photography & videography in the romantic setting of Clyne Gardens in Swansea. Jamie & Bethan’s church wedding before a reception at Clyne golf course. A sunny May wedding photography blog from South Wales wedding photographer at Flashbulb Photography & Film. Couples wedding photos taken after a hike to the top of Clyne for a view over Mumbles.

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Swansea city centre pre-wedding | Jenna & Dan

Wedding photography & videography duo take to the streets of Swansea for a pre wedding shoot with a rustic background. After an inspiring workshop at Photography farm in Edinburgh my imagination was burning holes in my brain. Filled with ideas of symmetry and new ways of lighting couples, my guinea pigs Jenna & Dan were very willing, if only a little cold! I'd already spotted a few areas I wanted to try but the great thing about walking with a couple, is finding inspiration along the way like the painted boarded up shop. It is also a great way to relax, if you're walking and talking, you're busy and pretty much forget the camera.

After a drink and chat to go through their final wedding details, we left the warmth of the Coffee shop to start our loop, walking around Parc Tawe, up through High Street Car park (not advised, it stinks of wee) down High street and back through Parc Tawe via the bridge that joins it to Castle Street. 

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