Rose & James’ Fairyhill wedding was my first of 2020. I was so excited to get back to it. To dust off my camera and get back to what I love. I’d met Rose and James for a coffee before they booked and instantly felt like I’d known them years. It’s so bizarre when this happens isn’t it?

Anyway fast forward to Sunday and I was thrilled to see them both again. To give them a hug and calm them down if needed. Their wedding morning started like most mornings in Wales, with an absolute downpour. However a wedding at Fairyhill means that you don’t have to worry about the weather. The roaring fireplace, the cwtchy sofas, not to mention the beautiful interiors. You’re in safe hands knowing that you don’t have to be outdoors.

Fairyhill Wedding

But you guessed it, well you probably saw. The weather cleared and by the time the ceremony ended we were outside getting group shots and couple shots. We made full use of Fairyhill’s grounds for wedding photographs. I wanted to use the road, the sheep (aren’t they hilarious?) and the bridge. I’m so glad Rose and James braved the muddy walk down. It’s the most perfect bridge, making the most dreamy wedding photographs.

Rose and James have only seen a sneak peek of their Fairyhill wedding photographs. So while I work on editing the rest of their photographs, here’s what Rose had to say:

“You absolutely made our day! I can’t believe these are just sneak peeks – we are so in love with them.Thank you so much For everything I’m glad you enjoyed your day too. We’re at the airport sat staring in awe at these photos!”

My couples are the absolute best. Having such amazing testimonials really is the icing on the cake. The cherry being, my business connecting us in the first place. I feel lucky to have been part of their winter wedding at Fairyhill.