On Saturday 25th May 2019 I had travelled to photograph the North Wales wedding of Simon and Sian. The marriage ceremony took place at St Micheals Church in the remote village of Llanfihangel Glyn Myfyr. This 13th century church sits slightly elevated next to the river Alwen, and has been the victim of several floods over the years. Thankfully it was a dry day and the Welsh countryside was looking its finest. Simon and Sian’s little son was a page boy today, keeping his dad company at the alter. He had plenty of other children to play with as there were numerous cousins in the wedding party. Though this mean the budget for Haribos did have to be quite generous. Once the ceremony was completed and congratulations were given, it was off to the wedding reception.This was held at Plas Isaf Countyr Barn. This superb 17th Century listed barn is situated on a family run farm near Corwen in the Dee valley. I have only photographed a handful of North Wales weddings. Ironically it is quicker to get to the Cotswolds from my base in South Wales. Though each time I make the journey northwards the spleandour of travelling through Wales really takes your breath away.
“They’re fantastic and we’re so happy with them. You captured so many great moments, and they look brilliant.”