Here’s a sneaky preview of our Game of Thrones inspired Winter Wedding Photoshoot.
Coco Bella Bride produced this Game of Thrones inspired photoshoot to support Cancer Research Wales.
Welsh Wedding Suppliers
Coco Bella Bride worked with the UK’s first charity bridal shop Pritchard & Moore and we partnered with a fantastic team of Welsh wedding suppliers.
Pritchard and Moore are the first charity bridal shop where all profits go to help fight cancer in Wales.
Bridal designers from across the UK have donated wedding dresses and Pritchard & Moore raised over £96,000 for Cancer Research Wales, in their first year.
Our favourite ‘wedding dress whisperer’ Alison George, who runs the charity bridal shop, was with us on the day to dress the brides.
Coco Bella also continued our collaboration with Maxine Howells Photography. We love working with talented wedding photographer Maxine.
Game of Thrones Winter Wedding Shoot
Hilary’s Floral Design are based in Abergavenny and were awarded Best Wedding Florist in Wales in 2016.
We were thrilled to work with Hilary’s lovely daughter, Charlotte Cooke, who is also RHS Chelsea Young Florist of the year 2017.
Shot on Location at Caldicot Castle
We shot on location at the spectacular Caldicot Castle in Wales.
Caldicot Castle has dominated the landscape in Monmouthshire for over 900 years and is set within 55 acres of parkland. It is a stunning location for your Welsh wedding and we were immensely fortunate to have exclusive use of the castle for our shoot.
It was a beautiful day but bitterly cold and I can’t thank our brave models enough who endured freezing temperatures.
Hot water bottles were hidden in precarious places under kilts and dresses on the day!
Award winning Dyfed Menswear offer an outstanding range of traditional and contemporary grooms wear.
The brilliant Debbie from the Ystrad Mynach branch of Dyfed Menswear helped style our male models (William Northbrooke and Tylor Gomez.)
Debbie also kindly volunteered her time on the day of the shoot to dress the kilt and sporran correctly.
We adored the floral collar created by Hilary’s Floral Design, for the fabulous husky dog Storm who joined us.
He stole everyone’s hearts and was the star of the shoot on the day!
We were especially delighted to work with super talented Wedding Event Stylists Megan and Claude.
Megan and Claude bring your wedding dreams to life and are led by top wedding planner Beth Stretton. Their exquisite collection of antiques and unique props are extraordinary.
Megan and Claude work both in Wales and in France and are based near Swansea.
We are thrilled that you will be able to see the entire shoot later this year, in the forthcoming 2018 Christmas edition of Your South Wales Wedding Magazine.
And keep a look out on the Pritchard & Moore website next week for the ‘behind the scenes’ video of the shoot, filmed by super talented wedding videographer Olivia Made This