Natalie & Anthony


I really do consider this medieval church to be the most romantic church on Anglesey. I’d even go so far as to say it’s the most romantic location. It’s tricky, it’s tidal, you have to work to get there but it’s oh so worth it. This St. Cwyfan’s wedding photographer would work here every weekend if I could.


No not St. Cwyfan’s, I’d like to give you a little bit of mine and Natalie’s background. Natalie is a very popular hairdresser in Rhosneigr. We got talking, I said I’d like to shoot a wedding one day and before I knew it she made it happen. Eleven years ago I photographed her brother’s wedding and here I am photographing her wedding to Anthony. Perfect.

will it or won’t it?

I feel for 2020 couples. Their weddings have had to shift, alter, resize, and rebook.  It was touch and go for Natalie and Anthony too. They battled on and were rewarded with the most wonderful day.  Natalie was a joy to photograph she oozed emotion, you can see in the gallery below, her natural, spontaneous, genuine reactions were fabulous to capture.

If you’re planning your wedding and like the way I’ve captured Natalie and Anthony’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

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Chateau Rhianfa Wedding Photographer


Surely the most romantic location on Anglesey to be married. More images of Natalie and Anthony’s wedding below.

Beaumaris pastel coloured houses
The Bulkeley Hotel's sign
Acacia's blossom trees
helping the groom with his button hole
heirloom pearls
the bride having her hair done
the bride hugging her daughter
the bride's daughter gazing out of the window
the bride's dress is being laced up
more lacing of wedding dress
the bride's mum tieing her pearls on the bride
the bride with her parents having a giggle
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

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