Rebecca and Nathan were so, so lucky with the weather on their wedding day. After days of 'Storm Doris' wreaking havoc (by UK standards at least!) across the country, I was a little nervous in the days leading up to February 24, especially as this is/was my first wedding of 2017! Having arranged to go to the lovely Weobley Castle overlooking Llanmadoc for photographs after the ceremony, I was desperate for just an hour or so of dry! Thankfully, I needn't have worried at all as the entire day was glorious.
It started off with Rebecca and her bridesmaids getting ready at her parents' house in Llansamlet, Swansea. The amazing MUA Farhana Ali was on hand to make everyone look spectacular. I headed there for 3 hours before the ceremony to get all of the details (dress, shoes, flowers, etc.) and document the morning before making my way down Gower to Oldwalls, one of my favourite venues to shoot at.
After the ceremony, Nathan, Rebecca and I headed to Weobley Castle where despite some ongoing restoration work (see below!) we were so lucky to have bright blue skies and pretty much the place to ourselves.
The afternoon was spent mooching around capturing all of the happenings, which is easily my favourite part of a wedding day. I love to just walk around and document what is happening; after all, it's those moments that make your wedding yours.
Guests were treated to Oldwalls' finest three course wedding breakfasts, before a series of heartfelt - and hilarious - speeches. The evening ended with a male v. female dance off (standard) and some spectacular fireworks over the lake. As always, I stayed until the party was at its peak.
Anyway, that's enough from me - check out some highlights below!
Venue - Oldwalls, Gower