What an emotional and beautiful wedding day at Court Colman Manor this one turned out to be. Not ony because of the stunning location, but the incredible love between bride and groom.
Cara and Sam tied the knot at the beautiful Court Colman Manor, a stunning Tudor mansion situated just outside Bridgend. It was a dull day with quite a few rain showers thrown in, but this certainly didn’t dampen the mood. When I arrived for bidal prep in the very colourful Moroccan Room, Cara and her crew looked fabulous in their matching robes, there was lots of laughter and Prosecco and I immediately knew it was going to be a fun-filled day.
The ceremony took place in the venue’s very elegant ballroom, with it’s beautiful French windows, high ceilings and stunning chandeliers, made the perfect backdrop. There were plenty of tears of joy from the Father of the Bride and Cara looked so beautiful in her Justin Alexander dress, and Sam, along with his groomsmen, looked very dapper in their grey tweed suits and bow ties.
This venue has some amazing grounds for ample photo opportunities, so we took advantage of this during the group and couple shots, whilst the weather was on our side, then proceeded to the garden room for the wedding breakfast and speeches. The evening began with an emotional Father and daughter dance, with the wedding party joining in ready for the party.
This wedding was a lovely reflection of the sweet couple. Cara and Sam,I wish you a both a lovely future together.
Have a look at some of my favourite shots from the day.