It wasn’t a promising forecast for Saturday’s wedding in Llanfairynghornwy, and it did start out wet, but just as the Bride arrived at the church, the sun popped out, and stayed out long enough for us to capture a lot more photographs than we had anticipated. Someone was looking after this couple! After a beautiful ceremony and the lovely addition of the baptism of Kirsty and Kev’s children, Alfie and Lily, we made our way over to a lake nearby for some photos, and then over to Trearddur Bay Hotel for the reception. As soon as the Bride and Groom sat down to their Wedding Breakfast, the heavens opened and it rained for the rest of the day, but it didn’t deter anyone from having a fantastic day. We had such a lovely time photographing with this couple, the whole day felt so happy and relaxed, its clear that they are meant to be together. Kirsty and Kev we wish you all the love and luck in the world. Looking forward to showing you the rest of the photos soon.
What an amazing day we had on Saturday at Ruthin Castle, a beautiful backdrop for a beautiful couple. Everything came together so perfectly for this day, we couldn’t have wished for more. Ciaran and Ria had put so many thoughtful touches into their day, the flowers and wedding outfits were a perfect match for the castle backdrop and they had even thought to provide bubbleguns and spacehoppers for their guests to have a bit of fun.We really enjoyed being a part of this day, everyone made us so welcome and were so helpful and friendly, we commented so many times how happy everyone seemed and that was definitely the theme of the day.
Ciaran and Ria, we wish you a lifetime of happiness together, hope you like the photos, can’t wait to show you the rest!
What a beautiful day we had on Saturday. Blue skies and sunshine were the perfect start to Deborah and Will’s wedding day, and though rain was forecast, it stayed dry and warm for us all day. The couple were married at St Eleth’s church in Amlwch and had their reception in Chateau Rhianfa in Beaumaris. These two clearly have an incredible connection and a great sense of humour, which was clear in the little touches the couple had added to the day. The tractor ride for the newlyweds from the church to Chateau Rhianfa and the Singing Waiters they had booked really helped to make this such an enjoyable and unique wedding, and it was clear a lot of thought and hard work had gone into making this a special day to remember. Everyone looked so fantastic and we were made to feel so welcome, we thoroughly enjoyed capturing it for them. Deborah and Will, we hope you had an amazing day, and we look forward to showing you the rest of the photos soon.
Barry and Elin were married in St Eilian’s church on Saturday. After a week of heatwave weather, their day dawned a little cooler and a little breezier, perfect for a wedding.
Although weddings over the last few months have been restricted due to the circumstances, this couple embraced the intimacy of a smaller wedding, and added some beautiful touches to make their day extra special. From the binding of hands with a Celtic rope and the involvement of the children, to the stunning wedding car and the best smelling petal confetti we’ve come across! Everything just fitted together perfectly and made for a fantastic celebration.
Thank you, Barry and Elin, for a really enjoyable day with you and all your guests. We hope you like the photographs as much as we loved taking them.
It would hardly be an understatement to say what a tough year this has been, this couple know this all too well. Leilla & Nathan were meant to get married in 2020, but after having to change their date more than once, they finally made it down the aisle yesterday, and we could not have wished for a more perfect day.
This couple are completely in tune with one another, it’s easy to see the strong connection they have, and this was also evident in their moving wedding vows and speeches which meant hardly anyone had a dry eye afterwards.
Although circumstances meant that this amazing couple could not have the wedding they had planned, and could not have all the guests that they wanted to be present, we know they made the best of their day anyway and it felt incredibly special.
Leilla and Nathan, thank you for choosing us to photograph your day, and to you and your families and guests for making us feel so welcome. We loved being a part of it and we know you are going to have an amazing life together. We are looking forward to sharing your bigger celebration when circumstances allow.
We’ve been really quiet on here lately, mainly due to the strange times we are experiencing at the moment. But rest assured we are still here, still working when and however we can and doing our best to keep everyone safe whilst we do so. We hope you are all keeping safe and well too.
We’ve had a busy weekend, and we met the fantastic Caleb yesterday, what a gorgeous young man. Even though he has had to get used to people wearing masks all around him and not being able to see our smiles, he was still full of his own. We love this image of him sitting in a basket, totally rocking a lion hat. Thanks for a fantastic shoot Jennifer and Caleb. We would love to see you back again soon anytime 🙂
This little man is the gorgeous Oliver. He’s just turned one and wanted to celebrate in true Superhero style by demolishing a cake all by himself. And we must say he did an amazing job! We had a fantastic morning with Oliver and his family and can’t wait to see what kind of Superhero he’ll turn out to be 🙂
This is Noah. We met his big brother Theo when he came for his first birthday bash, and today he came back to help Noah with his.
Noah had no hesitation is jumping straight into his cake, and made short work of destroying it perfectly. Of course Theo did help a little bit!
We had great fun with this wonderful pair of boys. Thanks for a fun morning 🙂
Baby Albie came for a baby shoot today. Just 10 days old and so handsome. For such a young man he was very alert, very strong but also very well behaved. He posed beautifully for us 🙂 We had a lovely morning photographing him and his very patient Mum and Dad.
Thank you for a lovely morning Betsan, Adam and Albie. See you soon xx
Telor and Lowri were married yesterday at St Eleth’s church in Amlwch in a ceremony that was beautiful and unique with lots of laughing, a few tears and a glass of wine too!
After a horrendous day of rain on Friday, this couple were blessed with blue skies and sunshine all day for their wedding, and we made the most of it. After the ceremony, a quick stop at Amlwch Harbour and the shoreline near Beaumaris for some photos, everyone made their way to Tros Yr Afon near Penmon. This beautiful venue was the perfect backdrop for a beautiful bride and her handsome groom.
Telor and Lowri had thought of everything to make their guests comfortable and happy whilst sharing their special day, with ice cream and drinks on arrival, and rugby on big screens for the die-hard supporters. They even included a box full of flip flops so ladies wearing high-heels could dance all night in comfort! Everything came together perfectly to make this an unforgettable day. We were made to feel so welcome by family and guests alike, and everyone was so helpful.
This couple have an amazing bond, their speeches really made everyone laugh but highlighted what an amazing couple they are, talented, intelligent and made for each other.
Telor and Lowri, thank you for a brilliant day, we don’t have any doubt that your journey together will be filled with love and laughter…and happy ever after ♥
Special thanks to the following amazing people for helping to make the day perfect: