The weather on 21st October 2017 was winter defined, high winds and heavy rain, but as with all the best weddings these conditions hardly mattered. The sheer joy that Rhiannon and David experienced and which was shared by the close family and great friends who attended the day, over came any such disagreeable conditions. My photographic coverage began with the bridal preparations at the bride’s, nana’s home in Tonna, South Wales, which was just down the road from the church of St Anne’s that would later witness the nuptials. The cottage was a hive of activity that included making sandwiches, applying make up, setting hair, washing up and arranging of bridal bouquets. The short distance away Daniel, the groom was patiently waiting his bride’s arrival. The wedding reception took place at the King Arthur Hotel on the Gower Peninsula. The inclement weather made most of the drinks reception an indoor affair, though the bride and groom did make it outside for a couple of portraits. The rain also ceased just enough for the guests to form a confetti run as they were called into the wedding breakfast. Dinner was followed by the traditional speeches before the dance floored was cleared for the first dance.
“We just spent the last hour and a half looking through the photos… they are fantastic! It was just like re-living the day. Thank you so much! “