Hensol Castle Wedding Photographers
This Summer as Hensol Castle Wedding Photographers we had the enormous pleasure of photographing several Hensol Castle Weddings. We will share some more of them over the next few weeks. The Hensol Castle wedding of Victoria and Oliver was a particularly splendid wedding with the ceremony set in Holy Cross Church in Cowbridge. A magnificent reception followed at Hensol Castle and was photographed by Hensol Castle Wedding Photographers, Martin and Jules Phillips.
We are delighted to share our pictures of Victoria and Oliver’s wedding day. It all started at the family house, then moved on to Holy Cross church in Cowbridge for the main event. The rain was biblical for the guest arrivals, a flood in the road outside church tested the ingenuity of the ushers to the limit. Luckily the limit for ex Millfield boys is pretty high!
Here’s Martin and our favourite videographer Richard Shelton of Aurora Films getting quite soggy, waiting for Victoria’s Arrival.
…and a shot of Jules once the Sun had come out!
Victoria and her Dad arrived, delayed only slightly as they tried to leave the house in the rain storm. Then, at last, the sun began to shine and gave us one of the best days of the Summer.
Hensol Castle just gets better and better each year, it looks truly spectacular in the Summer sunshine. Each time we visit there have been more improvements to the building. There were huge swathes of very beautiful flowers everywhere, thanks to Hilary’s Flowers of Abergavenny. Thanks also to Liz Jones of Chair Covers and Bows for the amazing tables and chairs decorations. It all started with a rainstorm in Cowbridge and ended with a glorious sunset at Hensol Castle. It’s definitely one of our favourite wedding venues in South Wales!
This Hensol Castle wedding has even featured in the Winter edition of WM magazine!
Finally, enjoy Victoria and Oliver’s wedding slideshow, a tightly edited highlights reel of our favourite images from the day.
See and read more from Hensol Castle Wedding Photographers, Martin and Jules Phillips at www.martinphillipsstudio.com