Priodas Nant Gwrtheyrn Emily & Jordan


North Wales has more than it’s fair share of stunning wedding venue, but Nant Grwtheyrn near Morfa Nefyn must have one of the best views.

You get there down a steep windy road through a wood of pine trees, and the complex of old Welsh cottages, church, and restaurant sit – secluded – above the cliff tops.

Here are some photos form Emily & Jordan’s Wedding.

It was a great day, although one of the windiest and wettest weddings I’ve photographed. This was bad luck, as the Lleyn Peninsula tends to be better weather wise than here in the mountains.

There was a 10 minute break in the rain in the evening, and we managed to make the most of the view.

Read More

Heather & Aidan’s wedding at St George Hotel, Llandudno

Here are some photos from Heather and Aidan’s wedding at Church of the Sacred Heart, Old Colwyn, and the George Hotel, Llandudno.

Weddings are always a bit manic in the morning, with all the hullaballoo of getting ready, but Heather  – who is a florist – ramped it up a notch by doing all her own floral work!

Her mum, sisters, bridesmaids, and nieces were all busy with the flowers and even doing last minute alterations to dresses.

Heather arrived at the church in style thanks to the horse drawn carriage provided by Cromlech Carriages.

She and Aidan also used the carriage to travel from Old Colwyn to the George Hotel in Llandudno and I was a bit uncertain how this would affect the timings of the day.

However, I would highly recommend hiring Cromlech Carriages to be part of your wedding.

Their horses are surprisingly nifty, but more importantly it gave Heather & Aidan a bit of time alone after the service. Often weddings can be a bit of a blur, especially of the couple, and the carriage ride allowed them to slow down and enjoy the day.

The George Hotel is one the premier wedding venues in North Wales, and for good reason. It is right beside the sea, which makes a fantastic backdrop.

The hotel is large and exceptionally well run and the reception room looks stunning.

See more photos here.

St George llandudno wedding photography

St George llandudno wedding photography

St George llandudno wedding photography


North Wales Wedding Photographer: Suzanne & Derfel at y Meifod, Caernarfon

Here are some photos from Suzanne and Derfel’s wedding the St Cyngar’s parish church in Llangefni y Meifod hotel in Caernarfon.

This wedding was a lot of fun – Suzanne’s nan was hilarious, the table full of sweets was very popular, and I’d definitely recommend the rodeo bull for a good laugh at the end of the night.

St Cyngar’s parish church in Llangefni is one of my favourites – very open, light and well kept – and the Meifod is a great venue for taking photos.

[alpine-phototile-for-picasa-and-google-plus src=”private_user_album” uid=”109757710802904860843″ ualb=”6016615534121944129″ authkey=”CPX-mr2h5rH_ZA” imgl=”fancybox” style=”cascade” col=”3″ size=”800″ num=”76″ shadow=”1″ highlight=”1″ curve=”1″ align=”center” max=”100″]

North Wales Wedding Photographer: Sarah & Joey at the Outbuildings, Anglesey

pher, outbuildings, anglesey
Started the year at Sarah and Joey’s great wedding at the Outbuildings on Anglesey.
It’s a really nice venue, perfect for a smaller, relaxed wedding.

[alpine-phototile-for-picasa-and-google-plus src=”private_user_album” uid=”109757710802904860843″ ualb=”5972487987434191201″ authkey=”CN36ppOm9Z7TwAE” imgl=”fancybox” style=”cascade” col=”3″ size=”1024″ num=”100″ shadow=”1″ highlight=”1″ curve=”1″ align=”center” max=”100″]

Page 1 of 41234