My goodness you have got to love a farmer’s daughter’s wedding, they really know how to throw a good party. Must be all of that fresh air! And of course farmers work tremendously hard, especially in the summer, so when they have cause to take time off, it really is a celebration. Holly and Jack’s Welsh farm wedding was such fun to photograph. The pair both posses the perfect combination of fun loving and an easy going nature, that makes for such a lovely atmosphere that picturesque moments just seem to appear. One of my favourite moments from the day, was when the bride’s father was waiting outside the home farm as she stepped out in her dress to be escorted to the church. The marriage ceremony took place at the Church of St Cadoc in the Monmouthshire village of Raglan. A horse and carriage transported the happy couple back to this South Wales family farm. It was late June 2021, so there were still certain restrictions in place, but the weather was pleasant allowing the congregated guests to be outside for the vast majority of the day. A massive marquee was constructed inside a barn, with wide open doors each end, that would normally hold about four times the number of guests. The wedding food was served from festival food trucks, which was a source of great fun as guests took turns to trot out to gather their subsistence. All in all it was lovely day and fabulous to see people back enjoying the company of friends and family.
The photos are amazing! We’re so happy we’re still on top of the world.