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Monmouthshire Wedding Photographer

Beautifully natural and joyful

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Informal and relaxed
Monmouthshire wedding photographer with a 
documentary style
and love for
gorgeous, natural portraits.

Photographs to take you back to
how you felt,
and let you relive those
beautiful wedding moments
for years to come.

I just love
epic dance floor photos,
so, I’ll be there capturing all the antics.

Bristol Wedding Photographer - Becky Weir Photography

“We haven’t stopped crying

at how beautiful our photos are”

“If you want someone to truly capture the love and joy of your wedding day then Becky is the one! 

Cool, calm and super friendly, she put us at ease instantly. We were able to relax, be ourselves and really enjoy the special moments.

We were looking for someone to capture the emotions in real-time candid shots and Becky’s professionalism and experience shone through in the moments she caught. 

She did such a great job and has left us with beautiful memories of our special day that we can’t wait to relive for years to come.”

Weddings in Monmouthshire

The best thing about being a Monmouthshire wedding photographer is being able to travel and explore this awesome county.

Whether it’s the peace and tranquillity of the River Wye with its flanking hill country, the coastal plain along the River Severn, the undulating agricultural landscape or the craggy mountainous areas of the Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains in the north – this county really does have it all.

With bustling market towns such as Abergavenny and Monmouth which have local farm produce in abundance and arts and crafts culture at every turn, and some incredibly historic castles, Caldicot, Raglan and Chepstow (to name a few) – it isn’t difficult to see why this beautiful county is said to have the happiest residents nationwide.

For me, there’s nothing better than heading out on an adventure in the Welsh countryside and Monmouthshire is one of my favourite spots for doing so. A Monmouthshire wedding is a great shout for those with family and friends spread across England and Wales, sitting as it does along the border and having great transport links: I can’t think of any better location to get married.

Some of my favourite venues to work as a Monmouthshire Wedding Photographer include Humble by Nature, Caer Llanand Sugar Loaf Barn.

Monmoutshire Wedding Venues

Caer Llan

Tucked away in the welsh hills is 25 acres of woodland, garden and fields tucked away in the Welsh hills with a jaw-dropping view over the Vale of Usk set against a dramatic backdrop of the Welsh mountains makes Caer Llan an escapist’s dream location to get wed. This wedding venue has golden hour views to die for.

With a chilled-out vibe and exclusive use, Caer Llan has options for both an indoor and outdoor ceremony, if the Welsh weather decides to misbehave! With an in-house chef and owners ready, willing and able to ensure the smooth running of your big day, this venue has that fabulous mix of wilderness and seclusion without the worry of DIY.

There’s accommodation for up to 50 guests on-site too – super handy if you’re wanting everyone in the same place – and there’s even an outdoor pool to keep your guests extra happy!

Sugar Loaf Barn

With stunning, uninterrupted views of the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons this gorgeous welsh farm is a great spot to tie the knot if you’re looking to escape to the countryside and connect with nature.

Sugar Loaf Barn lies just three miles from Abergavenny train station and with walks a-plenty on the doorstep, there’s ample opportunity to lose yourself in the wonderfully wild welsh countryside.

Being a working farm there’s even the opportunity to ride a tractor or get stuck in feeding baby lambs! There’s also onsite accommodation so for those wanting a stress-free day, you can get ready and get married all in the same place – yay!

Humble by Nature

Humble by Nature is owned by the BBC’s very own Kate Humble, this Monmouthshire farm has been transformed from a council farm at risk of being broken up into small lots into a thriving rural skills centre that’s keeping rural crafts alive. It has renovated barns and beautiful gardens, meaning that the farm animals and mud are totally optional (but if you’re keen for a photo with the pigs, I’m game!)

Deep rooted in nature, this wonderfully rustic venue has several options for smaller and larger weddings. The Long Barn and Pig and Apple Cafe cater for more intimate occasions and the Lambing Shed or Marquee are available for larger weddings during summer months too.

Just 10 minutes from the quirky market town of Monmouth (one of my favourite places on earth!) and half an hour from the M4, you’ll get that wonderful middle-of-nowhere feeling but with easy transport links – what a combination! There are also several options for on-site accommodation for both you and your guests, which is always handy for a hassle-free day.

a groom leads his new wife in her wedding dress across a beautiful Monmouthshire field at golden hour

My Monmouthshire Connection

I might spend a lot of time here as a professional Monmouthshire wedding photographer, but I also have a personal connection with this beautiful county. If you’ve already checked out my About Me page, you’ll know I’m a lover of a wild adventure in the Great British countryside. Monmouthshire is my favourite place to head out for a hike with my family and friends and my cocker spaniel, Ted. We recently headed out for a hike across the Black Mountains in the hope of ending up on Sugar Loaf Mountain’s peak – to be honest it was a pointless destination as it was the middle of January and so murky the view would have inevitably been well-concealed – if we’d ever made it!

Nevertheless, off we set with a backpack full of warm clothes and sandwiches. Unfortunately, we were following some pretty vague directions and ended up wondering aimlessly around what we thought was the foot of the mountain. Being middle of winter, the days were short, and dusk was drawing ever closer so eventually, after several hours of aimless wondering, we decided to call it a day and made it back to the car before it was completely dark.

It was still fun though, and that age-old saying comes to mind “it’s not about the destinations it’s about the journey”.

Another of my favourite adventures in Monmouthshire has to be canoeing down the River Wye. Canoes can be hired from Wye Canoes, who will drop you and your canoe off at your start point and pick you up a few hours later at your end point, even allowing time for a riverside pub lunch and a pint along the way! With the river gently carrying you along the route, there’s no effort required either, so it’s pretty relaxing! There’s nothing more peaceful than getting lost in your own thoughts as you’re gently carried down the Wye Valley.

I love a day out in the Welsh countryside on my days off from being a Monmouthshire wedding photographer, and there’s no better way to end a day out hiking than with a trip to the pub. Both Monmouth and Abergavenny are bustling little market towns and have a great atmosphere for anybody looking for a bit of culture. There are lots of independent shops as well as pubs and cafés a-plenty. Abergavenny even has a yearly food festival which I highly recommend if you’re a food-lover like me!

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a bride and groom dance at golden hour at their bristol wedding