I then headed down to catch up with the boys for a few shots at the lovely church of St Gwynins in Dwygyfylchi where the happy couple were getting married. After the ceremony, once everything was official, everyone made their way back out into the sunshine to congratulate the happy couple, throw confetti, whilst indulging in welsh cakes and sausage rolls, oh yes! This was a first for me at a wedding but what a fantastic idea.
It was then on to Tre Ysgawen hall for the reception, I have shot plenty of weddings here and it never fails to disappoint. There are so many good places to get photos. Following some very funny speeches, Ffion and Llyr headed out for a walk around the grounds, the sun was low in the sky and the light was just beautiful, perfect for some intimate shots.
Once the sun had gone down it was time to party, the first dance was so good and Llyr busted out his signature crab move, awesome! What a fantastic day with amazing people. Scroll down to enjoy the day as it unfolds.
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