Congratulations to Roxsanne & Scott on their relaxed and fun wedding at Llyn Vyrnwy Hotel.
I drove past Bala and the single track road that winds through the valley is simply stunning, although I nearly got caught out by snow and ice on the roads.
Lake Vyrnwy has a magical and romantic feel and, with the church near the hotel, it is quite the place to get married.
Congratulations to Kelly & Richard on their wedding at Plas Dinas – a wedding venue in North Wales.
It was class.
This is the first wedding I’ve photographed at Plas Dinas Country House, which is on the outskirts of Bontnewydd, near Caernarfon.
I had a great time at Kelly & Becky’s Wedding at Craig y Dderwen hotel in Betws y Coed.
Kelly’s mum made the wedding dresses – some ninja sewing skills.
Kelly & Becky are both firefighters, so that was part of the theme on the day.
The hotel is very nice – the bridal suite has a hot tub overlooking the valley, river and gardens.
The weather was intermittent torrential downpours – the occasional downside of north Wales weddings – but I think it added a certain drama.
Nick & Michael travelled all the way from America to get married at Gwynant Barns at the foot of Snowdon.
It’s an amazing venue, with views of the lake and mountains, and is especially good if you want something a little more adventurous than the norm.
Wales is blessed with some of the most stunning places to get married.
Bachwen Cottages near Clynnog Fawr, Gwynedd, is one such wedding venue.
A secluded handful of cottages and fields overlook the sea and setting sun – perfect for a marquee wedding reception, with the service held in a converted barn-style building.
Congratulations to Kat & Tom on their wedding there 🙂