As a wedding photographer in North Wales, Tyn Dwr Hall is one of my absolute favourite venues to shoot at. This beautiful venue boasts all the features that are straight from a wedding photographer’s wish list: think handcrafted fireplaces, stained-glass windows and dark wood staircases inside, and romantic waterfalls bordered by trees and wildflowers outside. So when Gemma and George asked me to photograph their wedding this summer, of course I jumped at the chance to work at one of the loveliest venues in North Wales!
I’ve shot weddings in Tyn Dwr Hall in all weathers (and have got the rainy day shots with umbrellas as props to prove it!) And whilst this venue is gorgeous in any weather, it was brilliant to see the sun shining on Gemma and George’s big day. It made for the perfect summer wedding in the North Wales countryside. When I arrived in the morning, I couldn’t resist capturing some shots of this stunning venue in the sunshine.
Gemma and George’s wedding at Tyn Dwr Hall, North Wales
My day began when I went to meet Gemma and her bridal party getting ready at the venue. It’s always a privilege to be involved in this part of the day, and spending the morning with Gemma, her mum, and her bridesmaids was a lovely way to start the day.
I also spent some time with George and his groomsmen who were making the most of the venue’s sunny grounds and gardens before the ceremony.
One of my favourite things about being a wedding photographer is seeing the bride’s father see his daughter in her dress for the first time, and it’s always a privilege to capture these photos. I also took stunning photos of Gemma and her dad walking down Tyn Dwr’s ornate staircase as they set off for the ceremony, and the special moment when Gemma’s dad walked her down the aisle.
It was so lucky that the sun was shining, as Gemma and George had decided on an outdoor ceremony in Tyn Dwr’s beautiful gardens. As a wedding photographer, I was really excited as I knew it would be a perfect opportunity to capture some gorgeous shots.
Afterwards, the guests mingled on the lawns and we took some fantastic group shots with the Hall making an impressive backdrop. I love the images I captured of Gemma, George and their guests enjoying the sunshine at the gorgeous North Wales venue.
I also managed to take some time with just the bride and groom to capture some beautiful photos of them together for the first time as a married couple.
Then it was into Tyn Dwr Hall’s lovely Garden Room for the wedding breakfast. The Garden Room is the perfect space to celebrate, with lots of natural light streaming in through the large floor-to-ceiling windows that look out across the grounds and rolling North Wales hills.
As the evening fell, the guests enjoyed a fabulous evening reception, and I was able to get a little more time with Gemma and George to capture some romantic shots in the twilight. As ever, it was a perfect day at Tyn Dwr Hall, and just reminded me how much I love being a wedding photographer in North Wales!
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If you are planning a wedding in North Wales, and have fallen in love with Tyn Dwr Hall as much as I have, please contact me to chat more about wedding photography at this stunning venue.