Rhoscolyn Farmhouse Wedding Photography
Do you want to see a wedding that is packed full of style? A wedding set within one of Wales’ most stunning locations and featuring a couple as gorgeous as they are lovely? Then read on!
Rhoscolyn Beachside Wedding
Picture a rugged coastal landscape with golden beaches scattered amongst rocky cliffs. That’s Rhoscolyn. A village on the south western corner of Anglesey, looking out towards the Irish Sea. Ollie’s family have been holidaying here for over 70 years, and during their relationship Heather and Ollie have spent a lot of time here. They adore this part of the world and wanted to share it with their loved ones so as soon they got engaged they knew there was only one place to hold their wedding.
A Wedding at Hirfron Farmhouse
We joined Heather and Ollie for the morning preparations at Hirfron Farmhouse, a Grade II listed building overlooking the sea. The boys were busy in the marquee putting the final touches to everything while the girls had gathered in a cottage next door to get themselves ready.
Heather looked amazing in her Marchesa dress, a gift from Ollie’s sister. As soon as she saw it in the collection she knew that was the one for her. The stunning detailing was like nothing we’d ever seen before and the unique style perfectly suited Heather.
Following the ceremony at the picturesque stone church everyone walked through the fields to Hirfron. We love capturing moments like this. No pretensions, no formalities just a couple and their favourite people strolling through the beautiful Welsh landscape. It always makes for great photographs too!
We were spoilt for choice when it came to Heather and Ollie’s wedding portraits. Leaving their guests to enjoy the reception we headed out into the fields. An abandoned cottage, made from incredible Welsh stone that had been battered by the elements for years, made the perfect backdrop before we found a secluded clearing, surrounded by greenery. We loved the way that the colours of Ollie’s suit and Heather’s bouquet of wild flowers looked against the landscape. Portrait sessions on a wedding day are a time for the couple to have a breather, take a moment to reflect on the day and spend some time together. It also gives us a chance to explore an area that is so special to them and capture some more intimate moments that will, in the future, take them back to how they felt on their wedding day.
Heather and Ollie, we loved being part of your Rhoscolyn wedding. Thank you for inviting us to join you.
If you’re planning your wedding we’d love to hear about it. Drop us a message and let us know what you have planned.