Are you thinking of hosting a wedding? Have a scroll through the following images of Lleni and Pat’s Anglesey wedding at home for inspiration. Make no mistake it took a small army to organise their day; they were an extremely devoted troupe too.
I hope I’ve portrayed the amount of effort that went into Lleni and Pat’s day. I’m labouring this point because beautiful weddings at home don’t just happen, a huge amount of imagination, ingenuity and hard work is needed. Months of planning went into this day and it showed. It was gorgeous.
Pat, best man Mark and Pat’s boys, Barney and Mackey prepared themselves for the day at Coed Llynon Lodge which can book booked via Anglesey Escapes. Yet another hidden gem, Anglesey’s full of them.
In walking distance of your church
My heart does leap when I realise the bride is able walk to her ceremony. Llanfigael Church was a hop and a skip away from LLeni’s parents’ home. Car journey’s all take time you see, they can gobble up your day. No big car shaped props for this wedding, we had a white bicycle which did the job perfectly.
A family affair
Blas Mwy is owned by Lleni’s auntie. Food was a particularly important ingredient to the success of the day. Infact Lleni’s father made a very special trifle for desert. There was a limitless supply of puddings and pies. Have I mentioned the cocktails and the berry infused gin?
I hope you like the images I captured of Lleni and Pat’s wedding day. If you’re planning your wedding day and think I could tell your wedding story then please contact me.
Contributors towards the day were: Flowers-Sioned from Tulipa Blodau, Make- up Artist – Fflur Hogan, Hair by Elaine Marshall, the band were Llareggub Brass Band, Lleni’s dress was from Huw Rees Brides