Wedding photography in Llandudno

Steve and Gail were married at Bodysgallen Hall, which is located just outside Llandudno in North Wales. The Hall is a manor house steeped in history, providing plenty of opportunities for atmospheric photography. For Steve and Gail's wedding, the glorious weather gave us an opportunity to make the most of the hall's wonderful gardens.

After Jane, our female photographer, carried out a series of images of the bride getting ready, we all decamped to the Wynn Room for the ceremony. Then it was a case of choosing all the best parts of the gardens to make the most of the location.

Thank you for the lovely photographs!
— Steve & Gail, married at Bodysgallen Hall

These are just a few of the images we created for the couple:

As you can see from the images, Bodysgallen Hall provides plenty of lovely locations for wedding photography. But the day was made all the more special by all the little details created by Steve and Gail. We particularly loved the colour scheme, with the dusky pinks of the flowers complementing the soft sage green of the bridesmaids' dresses. We also liked Gail's classic Hollywood glamour, with a beautiful Dior-style dress and a splash of red lipstick.

And we'd definitely recommend the venue to anyone considering a medium-sized wedding. The Wynn Room is a pretty space, while the Hall's interior and exterior provides plenty of scope for romantic pictures.

Wedding photography on Anglesey

Sophie and Tim were married on a glorious summer's day on the clifftops at Rhoscolyn on Anglesey. Their beautiful handfasting ceremony was conducted by a humanist celebrant and watched by more than a hundred guests. The couple's unique approach to their ceremony and the amazing scenery that surrounded them was the perfect fit with our style of photography. Anglesey is certainly perfect for wedding photography!

Awesome, fantastic, thank you!
— Sophie & Tim, married on Anglesey

Here is a selection of the images we created for the couple:

Handfasting ceremonies like Tim and Sophie's often tend to be humanist in origin, although handfasting is also a tradition in religious ceremonies. The minister carried out a handfasting at the ceremony we photographed at Bangor Cathedral, and you might have spotted something similar at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Both religious and humanist versions of a handfasting tend to be very much orientated towards the couple, with the celebrant spending time with the couple before the ceremony to get to know them. In the case of this particular handfasting, the couple were able to choose the fabric that resonated closest with them. The handfasting itself involves a complicated knot, so that the couple can untie their hands while leaving the knot in the fabric in place. The couple are then able to keep the fabric as a record of the day and the commitment they made to one another. We decided that a handfasting is a beautiful and profound way to celebrate a marriage. Just remember that you'll need to make a trip to the register office to make it legal!

The ceremony also shows just how beautiful Anglesey is...the perfect venue for wedding photography.

Wedding photography at Bodysgallen Hall

Karl and Sam were married on a glorious summer day at Bodygallen Hall in North Wales. The Hall is a Grade I listed manor house outside Llandudno. Its interior is very atmospheric, but what sets it apart for summer weddings is its spectacular gardens; we certainly love creating gorgeous wedding photography at Bodysgallen Hall because there are so many locations to choose from!

Thank you, we will definitely recommend you to anyone else planning to get married in the area.
— Karl & Sam, married at Bodysgallen Hall

The brief from Karl and Sam was to capture their wedding in a formal and stylish way. Here is just a small selection of the images we created for the couple:

Things we loved about this wedding included the roses that were used everywhere, in the bride's and bridesmaid's bouquets, the flower arrangements and the cake. They complimented the roses in the Hall's garden's perfectly. The bridal bouquet's trail of ivy was a nice touch too. It was good to be able to incorporate the groom's much-loved car into the images. And, although we were briefed to mostly take formal images, we were pleased to be able to capture a few sneaky shots of the couple taking some private time on the terrace after the ceremony. We think they were pleased too!

We would definitely recommend Bodysgallen Hall for a wedding, particularly in summer. There's lots of scope for attractive photographs both inside and outside the building.