an anglesey wedding at home



An Anglesey wedding at home, I was always going to enjoy this day. It’s such a bonus when there are familiar folk about. I photographed Laura’s brother’s wedding last year and a couple whose wedding was in my diary were guests. We’re all friends and that felt good.


Unfortunately Laura and Rob’s minister was unavailable and so she had been replaced.  “I don’t like surprises” said Laura.  They were in safe hands though, Kev the Rev. stepped in. I’m always delighted if Revd. Kevin Ellis takes a wedding ceremony. I’d describe him as being a little left field. He’ll always deliver a ceremony to remember, let’s face it, who wants dull? I told Laura that her friends would love it. You’ll notice the images of Laura and Rob drinking red wine during the service. Red wine, white dress, what could go wrong? I’d noticed the hamper and waited for this part of the ceremony to unfold. (Nothing went wrong).


We’re located in the north west of Anglesey. I was treated to a new beach; to me anyhow. It’s Laura and Rob’s beach. We all have a beach to call our own on Anglesey.  There was just one family on the beach today and they were delighted with the spectacle we created for them.

The confetti throw had been organised for Laura and Rob’s first walk up their drive as husband and wife. The bestman and ushers had taken their job seriously and we received the all clear to arrive.

Serious celebrations could now begin. Everyone enjoyed a long, lazy summer’s evening and it was blissful.

If you’re planning your wedding and like the way I’ve told Laura and Rob’s wedding day story then please do contact me. We can talk through your ideas and I can tell you how best to use my time.  I’m an Anglesey wedding photographer and a North Wales wedding photographer. I’m happy to travel to your wedding Contact me here or e-mail: or look through my website:

bride and groom leaning against a fence


Take a look at a selection of images from Laura and Rob’s lovely wedding day. Taken in their corner of Anglesey.

A bride having her hair done
bridesmaid reading her gift label
bridesmaid giving the bride a hug
the groom tieing his tie
guests greeting Granny
the bride arriving at church
the bride approaching her groom
the bride and groom having a giggle at the altar
a little girl popping out of the pews
the bride and groom facing each other at the altar
the bride and groom sharing a glass of wine
bride and groom leaning against a fence
bride and groom on a beach
bride and groom caressing
bride and groom approaching their home
the groom chatting to guests
the groom with his mum and dad
the bride with her family
guests kissing
bride and groom by the front door of their home
the brides bouquet
bride and groom cuddling in the greenery
wedding rings
guests chatting
guests playing croquet
guests all sitting together
the bride and grooms first dance
lights leading up to the bride and groom's house


Other lovely suppliers who helped the day go with a whizz bang were:

Make up artist: Rhiannon Pritchard, Laura’s own hairdresser Tracey Jane from Cemaes was responsible for the beautiful french pleat. Wedding Cake: Charlie’s Cakes, Flowers by Acacia, Catering by Popty Pen Uchaf, Marquee by Peak Marquee and Bar by Smooth Mobile Bars

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