Cait and Alan had dreamt of an Anglesey wedding. They carefully managed their dream until it became a reality. Now that’s an achievement. They visualised their day, I remember hearing all about it and then, there we were living it. All the locations they wanted to include, the time they wanted to put aside for each other, the extra shoot they planned, it all came together. Their day was a huge success and I applaud them for it.
The story began at Penmon Point.
The girls did their own hair and makeup and Cait had created her own bouquet. (She’s a creative, boy, was I glad to be involved).
With Nelly along for the ride you’re know there’s going to be giggles, she’s a wonderful prop and a fun wedding vehicle too. I will always try to isolate the vehicle with you and your wedding party. A couple of coaches of twitchers arrived at Penmon but that’s not how Kate will remember it because her wedding images don’t tell that story and that’s important to me.
Chateau Rhianfa‘s beautiful choice of locations.
We were spoilt for choice, as always and the light gave us some lovely opportunities. I do enjoy asking couples to walk into pockets of light, they can’t see what I can see. Oh, check out the first dance, now that was a highlight.
Cait and Alan had requested a second shoot on the day after. They wanted to put on their wedding attire once more and visit their favourite, hidden place in Beaumaris. The last two images are from this shoot; dappled light reaching Kate and Alan by a secluded waterfall. What could be more perfect.