Anglesey has many beautiful venues for a wedding, so it was no surprise that Jenny and Jo chose picturesque Trearddur Bay for their wedding.
It wasn’t the sunniest of days, but it stayed dry and the beaming brides and their guests more than made up for the lack of sunshine.
After an emotional ceremony, the brides and their guests made their way to the edge of the beach for some photos and then we escaped with just the brides over to Porth Dafarch for some quieter photos on the headland.
This wonderful couple never stopped smiling at each other and it was so touching to see what an amazing bond they have with each other and their families, and so much love all around!
This couple went the extra mile to surprise each other throughout their day with thoughtful touches here and there, and an amazing choreographed dance with their children to kick start the evening!
We really enjoyed photographing this fantastic couple, Jenny and Jo we wish you nothing but love and happiness for your lives together. Thank you for a wonderful day!
Two couples, one wedding! A double wedding these days isn’t all that common so we were delighted when Bethan, Andy, Cathryn and Paul asked us to be their photographers for the day.
With rain forecast all day we prepared for the worst, but got really lucky when the sun popped out just in time for the two sisters’ arrival at the church in Llanddona. It even stayed dry long enough for us to have a few minutes on beautiful Llanddona beach with the two happy couples. After that the rain set back in for the evening but it didn’t dampen anyone’s spirits and the rest of the evening was a huge success with a barbeque at the Meifod Country House in Caernarfon and bouncy castles for the children and the adults!
It’s fair to say that we expected this day to be harder work than a normal wedding, but we enjoyed it so much, everyone was so fantastic, easy going and looked amazing that the day flew past easily. Bethan, Andy, CAthryn, Paul, it was a real pleasure to photograph you and all your guests. Thank you so much for making us so welcome in your homes and in your wedding. Hope the photos show what a wonderful day it was xx
Lydia, her Nana Chris, and I went down to Cemaes beach last weekend for a short photoshoot. The weather was beautiful and warm, and gorgeous Lydia was a fantastic model. Lydia and I even had a quick paddle 🙂 Chris had one too, although hers wasn’t entirely intentional!
Thank you both for a lovely trip to the beach, was lovely to meet you Lydia 🙂 xx
I love a rough windy day, so I headed over to Cemaes Bay today at high tide to get some shots, however it was too rough today even for me. It was cold, with a strong wind blowing straight in off the sea. which is the worst for seascape shots as you have to wipe the spray off the lens in between each shot. I always say, when I go out with the camera, if I don’t get at least wet feet, then I won’t get a decent shot, but I admitted defeat today when I got seawater up my nose! I’m stubborn when it comes to braving the elements but once I couldn’t feel my feet any more I knew it was time to call it a day 🙂
My dog Jake and I took a quick trip to the beach this evening, me for some windy weather photos, and Jake, well, just to get wet I think. Like most dogs he loves the sea and makes it his goal to get as wet as possible just before we leave for maximum car-seat soaking impact. Mission accomplished Jake! 🙂