Emma & Curig’s wedding took place on a beautiful spring day at Rosedew Farm on the South Wales Coast. It was a really fun, relaxed, non-traditional affair. I managed to grab some alternative style portraits in front of the graffitied wall of a derelict old building at the local beach which I’ve had my eye on for a while. In fairness, Emma & Curig didn’t need any encouragement even though we had to stealthily negotiate some overgrown brambles to get there. It turns out Emma had attended a graffiti course as part of her hen weekend, but unfortunately we didn’t have any spray cans handy! Curig had also brewed some signature ale for each guest.
Thanks for looking and I hope you like what you see, this is Curig & Emma’s wedding………
All images by South Wales alternative wedding photographer Aled Garfield
These lovely talented people also were involved:
Venue – www.farmersbarns.co.uk/
Flowers – www.walnutandwillow.co.uk/
Co-ordinators – http://www.plan-it.uk.com/
Cake – firstname.lastname@example.org