Getting to know Chloe & Ian during their pre-wedding shoot was fantastic.
Trying out different poses to see what suits ahead of the big day at Caldicot Castle.
With acres of parkland, lakes, long grasses and medieval banquet hall it really is a fabulous wedding venue.
Chloe got ready at her Mum's house while a few doors down at their home Ian prepared.
On walking in I came across an old friend. The life-size tin soldier that featured in their pre-wedding shoot.
The ceremony was held at Saint Mary's Church in Caldicot, with grand stained-glass windows and beautiful tiled floor.
Chloe's dress had a beautifully beaded bodice and her cute sandals provided day long comfort.
Crowning Chloe's hair was a ring of fresh spring flowers giving her a bohemian vibe and setting the tone for day.
BOUNCY CASTLE, BALLOONS & BLUEBELLS
After the church service guests wandered over to the castle giving them chance to catch up with friends and family.
At the castle drawbridge a vintage Volkswagon camper van adorned with ephemera waited to be photographed.
We took the opportunity to photograph the newlyweds amongst the bluebells that were nestled among the spring Dafodills.
Inside the castle we captured photos of the family, wedding party and the family Jack Russell.
The wedding colour scheme fitted into the Easter theme with an incredible room layout in the banquet hall.
Fresh yellow and orange daffodils, mini Easter eggs and colourful bunting adorned the walls and tables.
After dinner we explored the lake and surroundings for more bride and groom photographs.
It was funny transporting the giant helium balloon around with us and at times I thought the happy couple were going to take off.
A great day capturing tender moments, love and romance alongside crazy fun on the bouncy castle.
As the evening came so did the sparklers and more photos with them.
The party continued into the night with a classic fish and chip van providing further energy for the choreographed first dance.