I’m determined to finish blogging last year’s weddings!! Almost there now. 🙂 In November we joined Sarah and Rob at the iconic St David’s Cathedral – a truly beautiful and majestic setting. On previous visits there the permitted photography has been very restricted, but not so this time with the very lovely minister Dorrien Davies who we knew from other churches. So we got to properly capture this glorious setting. It was a freezing cold day so we even did the family and group photos and the couple’s portraits inside the cathedral.
Rob and Sarah briefly braved the cold outside, before we all headed back to the family farm on the Pembrokeshire coast. The wind was so strong that for most of the evening it felt and sounded as if the marquee would blow away any moment! But nobody took any notice of that and partied away happily, getting stuck in to some serious drinking games. 🙂 The decoration included some amazing touches – including arrangements that you can’t call simply ‘floral’ because they involved extremely large chunks of tree, and a giant hay-bale bride and groom!
After some seriously delicious food, Rob and Sarah dispensed with the lonely ‘first dance’ and just got everyone up on the dance floor with them from the outset. And we finished off with fabulous fireworks and sparklers and a breath of fresh seaside air. Lovely.
All the photos from this glorious day can be seen on the Clients page of our Wedding Photography web site.
To view an equally lovely but smaller, intimate wedding try Nia & Richard at Hammet House