On the very last day of April 2016 we had another lovely sunny day for Natalie and Lloyd’s wedding at Coed-Y-Mwstwr. Our day started at Natalie’s family’s home with her getting ready and her parents, bridesmaids and brothers providing support for this big day. Natalie’s hair and make up were lovely and when she added her gorgeous beaded lace gown and veil the results were stunning as you can clearly see.As well as having a florist to provide flowers for the day, Natalie’s Mum also made some very beautiful arrangements.As with all weddings it is the details and the colour co-ordination that counts. A very proud dad escorted Natalie to Coed-y-Mwstwr by vintage car and the bridesmaids and flower girls travelled by vintage bus. With Lloyd waiting nervously for his bride to arrive.Natalie walked down the aisle, among the petals, with her dad at her side and she carried beautiful cream and pink roses and gypsophila in her bouquet. The setting was elegant and the ceremony beautiful. There were four amazing flowers girls as well as two brilliant string musicians.After the ceremony the happy couple took a few moments out together for a drive around the village in their vintage car, while everyone enjoyed their reception drinks outside in the sunshine, before we began the couple and group photographs.Coed-y-Mwstwr is a stunning venue and we even managed to find a few less explored areas for their couple photographs. As well as some of my favourites both inside and out and a little bit of fun with the bridal party. The room setting was elegantly simple with candelabra with pink roses and really beautiful stationery.There were speeches by the father of the bride and the father of the groom, the groom himself and his two best men which included a very cheeky joke making the groom giggle.On to the cake cutting and is often the case it seemed a shame to cut into something so beautifully made and decorated in soft pinks and creams with flowers, folds, sparkle and ribbon. Definitely a work of art.And now the ultimate cute factor, the four amazing flowers girls all playing outside on the log dragon in the grounds of Coed-y-Mwstwr. It was such a lovely evening guests were outside playing connect 4 and enjoying the evening sun.
Just time for some sunset photographs with the bride and groom. Natalie and Lloyd’s first dance as a married couple had lots of twirls and her dad’s dance skipped to the twist for a giggle with the bridesmaids.My day with this lovely couple and their family and friends was completed with the bouquet throwing. Thank you Natalie and Lloyd for choosing me as your wedding photographer and for providing me with lots of smiley faces, a stunning location and sunshine.