I love a wedding with a difference, and this one is right up my street!
Catherine and Owen got married on Saturday 2nd April surrounded by their family and friends, although the weather made us change the course of the day (the wedding ceremony now took place indoors) It worked out for the best as so many relatives got to be part of the ceremony when they wouldn't have been able to climb the hill to Dryslwyn Castle. The ceremony took place in the Village Hall in Llanarthne and was led by their wonderful friend from London, who was so funny and led the ceremony in such a wonderful way.
As the day went on the rain stopped and the sun came out allowing us to climb the hill to Dryslwyn Castle (all in wellies!). Here we planned for Catherine and Owen to have their couple photographs. I loved that they chose this place as to each of them individually it means so much, as well as having a personal meaning to them as a couple. So many of their guests also climbed the hill to see the wonderful views from the ruined castle. The views are incredible and made the perfect backdrop to their couple photographs.
What I loved most about this wedding is that it was unique and personal to Catherine and Owen, it followed many of the traditional elements of a wedding, but they also put their own stamp on their day in so many ways. It was incredible to be part of it and I loved capturing how relaxed, fun and quirky the wedding was.