I do love a Chateau Rhianfa Wedding
What’s not to love at a Chateau Rhianfa wedding? We’re still in April and the gardens are coming alive. Yes you want to spend time with your guests but it’s also good to have a break, drift off around the grounds, with me in tow of course.
Why do we do what we do? Our wedding traditions are just there, we perpetuate these customs because its what we know, there’s safety in the strong culture of a British wedding. It’s difficult to try to reinvent a wedding day, why do we even try to? Where am I going with this. Our groom WG and his children are American. They were bemused at some of our traditions, “What is this thing called a buttonhole?” I capitalised on all of this discussion of course; great content.
Friends with skills
Jenny’s friend is a make up artist and hairstylist. That’s also useful for me since that person is oh so relevant to the day’s photography. Jenny shone all day long by the way. I think we can all take a tip from Jenny. I know we all don’t like having our photograph taken but the simplest approach is to smile. Look at Jenny, she makes me happy. Think how happy you’ll make others feel when you smile for the camera. Here’s the thing, you’re not smiling for me, you’re smiling for yourself. Smile for yourself. I might just use that term this weekend.
If you like Jenny and WG’s wedding photographs please tell me about your wishes for your wedding photography. We can talk through your ideas and I can tell you how best to use my time. I’m based on an Anglesey and have been an Anglesey wedding photographer for over twelve years now. I’m so happy to talk about your North Wales wedding so don’t hesitate to contact me if you’re further afield. This North Wales wedding photographer is just so excited to be involved in your wedding day.
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