SOUTH WALES WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER

Covering weddings UK-wide with special places in my heart for Somerset, Wiltshire, Hampshire & Dorset. Specialising in natural and creative photography.

 

Hi, I’m Natasha and I’m a South Wales Wedding Photographer. I’m also a story teller, a button-hole fixer, a tissue provider, a lipstick carrier and most importantly, someone you want to be with on your wedding day.


Latest Blog Posts

Mr & Mrs Clarke- Rustic, Pastel Spring Wedding at Kingscote Barn, Cotswolds

Mr & Mrs Clarke at Kingscote Barn I was so excited to be shooting at the beautiful Kingscote Barn and for it to be the first sunny wedding of the year too! “We loved everything about the venue from the moment we saw it. It was the only one we viewed, didn’t need to see anything else! Loved how relaxed it was and the light canopy inside the barn is stunning!” Liz and Dan met at work after Liz’s uncle got her the interview. The morning was nice and chilled with all the girls getting ready in the large bridal suite on-site, next to the barn. The boys arrived on time, found their button holes and were ready to greet the guests. They chose a pastel vintage theme to compliment the Spring weather with the bridesmaids in a beautiful pastel blue. The ceremony Kingscote Barn is such a beautiful barn, Cotswolds stone and high ceilings make this a stunning venue to be married in. Liz was walked down the aisle by her tearful mum and given to her beaming husband-to-be. A friend did a heartfelt reading and they walked back down the aisle as husband and wife under falling confetti. The barn is situated within acres of stunning english farmland. We were fortunate enough to wander around the gorgeous grounds for some photographs during the drinks reception. The couple chose to have an Afternoon Tea for their wedding breakfast which complimented the spring wedding theme perfectly. “It was nice and chilled out, the whole day ran smoothly- probably because we had no idea what we were doing! Not the... read more

Mr & Mrs Bray- Snowy Wedding- The Old Lodge, Minchinhampton, Cotswolds

Living in the UK, you don’t expect to have a snow on your wedding day, let alone in March! The first wedding of the year at The Old Lodge in Minchinhampton Common was one I will never forget. Katie let me know a few days before that we were expecting snow on her wedding day. Little did we know how much snow we would actually get! I travelled down the day before to be on the safe side and the snow was already thick when I arrived. It was nicknamed ‘The Beast from the East’ and it certainly lived up to it’s name in the Cotswolds! These two met at work, when Katie was freelancing at a design agency that Wes worked at. ‘I didn’t know at the time but Wes had a rule that he wouldn’t get into relationships with people from work! We went on a road trip around Scotland. Wes proposed at the fairy pools on the Isle of Skye. We’d had a great day visiting whisky distilleries and eating oysters so this topped it off perfectly.’ Katie and her Maid of Honour were already at the venue when I arrived, setting up the room in preparation for tomorrow. Thursday night was when the beast really hit The Old Lodge hard. Waking up Friday morning the entire place was covered in snow, up to 3 feet in some places! Emotions ran high as panic set in about whether guests would be able to show up to the wedding due to weather! Luckily all the bridesmaids and parents arrived safely which put Katie’s mind to rest. Helpful... read more

Rounding up 2017!

This year truly has flown by but it’s been a total pleasure to share with all the wonderful couples who booked with us this year. Thank you to my wonderful couples who have trusted me to capture their incredible wedding days this year. 2017 has been truly special as it’s the first year I’ve thought:   ‘Yep, I can do this forever.’ This year saw Honeydew Moments take on it’s first Indian wedding (second shooting with Sheetal Varsani) and organise 2 epic styled wedding shoots with some talented suppliers too. It was also a huge achievement for us to have also been nominated for the Best of Welsh Wedding Awards for the categories ‘Best Photographer’ as well as ‘Best New Business’. It was completely unexpected but we ended up walking away with second place in Best New Business 2017! I feel honoured and privileged to have experienced each and every wedding day this year. Each wedding day has been different: we’ve had tipi’s, quaint churches, huge barns, grand manor houses and even castles! We’ve also had very windy days, rainy days and glorious sunny days too. Huge thanks to my wonderful assistants and second shooters this year: Siobhan, Leesha, Sheetal, Nisha, Lauren, Cammy and Josie too. You guys make my job so much easier, way more fun and you even listen to my crazy ramblings all day! The thrill I get from every wedding is amazing and I can’t wait to challenge and push myself further as I throw myself into 2018! Next year brings plenty more engagement sessions which I’m really excited for. It also brings my first dabble at destination... read more

What can I say about Natasha of Honeydew Moments? I am lost for words, she’s a dream come true. I have received my wedding photographs today and the way that she has so brilliantly caught every aspect of our special day just brought it all so vibrantly back to us!

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South Wales Wedding Photographer photographing in South Wales venues in Cardiff, Newport, Swansea such as Coed-Y-Mwstwr, Canada Lake and Lodge, De Courceys Manor, Langland Bay Golf Club, The Old Barn Inn, Mansion House, The Usk Vale, Castle Coch, Hensol Castle, King Arthur Hotel Gower, Fairways Hotel.

Bristol venues such as Folly Farm, Berwick Lodge. Hampshire venues such as Romsey Abbey, Ampfield Gold Club, Hotel Terravina, Lainstone House, Veils and Bales, Winchester Royal Hotel, Marwell Hotel, Horsebridge Station, West Stoke Farm Barn.

Dorset Venues such as Haven Hotel, Highcliffe Castle and The Italian Villa.