Back in mid October I photographed the beautiful wedding day of Hannah and Matt. The wedding took place in Craig Y Nos castle, which is one of my venue favourite to photograph. I have special memories connected with Craig Y Nos because when I was studying photography I was fortunate to be part of a photographic project for the castle that documented natures changes between the seasons.

The day began with Hannah preparations and Matts arrival at the castle. Hannah was upstairs in Craig Y Not getting ready. We used the beautiful room to capture some fabulous detail images and a few portraits. Han looked amazing and it was such a pleasure to part of her day. After that, I went downstairs and photographed Matt arriving, and then I photographed the main room where the ceremony was to be held. The ceremony room looked great. Guests started to arrive and Matt welcomed them all.

Everyone then got ready for the big moment. Hannah walked down the stairs to the ceremony room, accompanied by her father. Once they entered the room, they proceed to dance down the aisle to where Matt was waiting. The ceremony itself was beautiful; heartfelt, funny and really sweet. Rings were exchanged, kisses were given and then they were wed.

After the ceremony, we performed the formal shots with the  hills in the background. From there, we went for a stroll around the grounds, capturing some fantastic bride and groom shots.

The day was amazing. Congrats to Matt and Hannah – you are both wonderful. You can see ALL the photography (including all the formal/couple shots) from the wedding day HERE, and you can also purchase prints via the link.

If you want further details of my wedding photography, then have a look at the image galleriescontact me, or follow me on Instagram.

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