We have a super lovely couple of cwtches of Lucy and Ian from Michelle Huggleston today, taken at Mansion House Llansteffan overlooking the beach. And what a view! Over to Michelle to tell you more about it……
A Cwtch with a View
It’s so wonderful to get asked to be the wedding photographer for any wedding, and a little more nerve-racking when it’s someone you grew up with. Lucy and Ian got married in the village we grew up in, in Llangyfelach church. The church hadn’t changed a bit since primary school. And the special service was held by Lucy’s Step Father, I love these touches, everyone having a role to play on the day. It really makes it more special.
Lucy and Ian had a fun and quirky theme. Ian’s job when they met was as Lucy called it a ‘Pirate Fighter’ and he proposed on a beach with X marks the spot. These moments added to their theme allowing them to create an elegant colour scheme with elements of pirate, from table names to the cake… the cake was just wow!! A perfect and fun day, and so wonderful to be part of an old school friends wedding day.
I love this image because they were totally in the moment, I’m not sure they even noticed I was taking photographs of them both. The closeness of the two of them, and this was their first few private moments alone from all of their guests. They just look so happy.
Good morning everyone! I hope you had a lovely sunny weekend. We have a beautiful Cwtch of the Week for you this week from our very own wonderful Maria Farrelly!
Taken at the stunning Forest Farm, of you haven’t seen this place, prepare to be massively inspired!
A Fforest Cwtch by Maria Farrelly
Fforest is a very magical place. If you are looking for an outdoor wedding venue and yet to book anywhere, you MUST take a look here. Its beautiful! I adore these images as there was just so many beautiful cwtches that day! A lot of love.
Oh my oh my. If you don’t completely adore this image, then you’re made of stone! Shot by the gorgeous David Williams of Anderson Photography, these two little cuties have pretty much made my week already!
Over to David to tell us a bit more about the image….
This shot was from Alana & Matts wedding down at Oxwich Bay. I love it simply down to the love and affection this brother & sister showed toward each other and at a moment when the light was absolutely perfect…almost a fitting end to a family occasion.
David, we could n to agree more! Its just magical! Thank you so much for sharing!
Well this Cwtch is just gloriously romanic isn’t it! That hold, the closed eyes, the field, the sun setting, the tear down her face….aaaahhhh dreamy.
Aaron and Sarah got married a few weeks ago, but this was taken on their engagement shoot, shot by the fabulous David at Anderson Photography. Over to David to tell us a bit of how this image happened……
Aaron and Sarahs Moment
The one of of them both, Sarah had a tear running down her cheek as the wind was so intense.
The wind was so intense it brought tears to her eyes, so they pulled eachother in for the cwtch of all cwtches xxx
We have to agree David, its just stunningly breathtaking! Thank you so much for sharing x
Nice weekend? I know, I know, its Monday again. But fear not, we are hear to do what we do best, and thats give you a little wry smile by showing you a lovely Cwtch of the Week.
Shot by the lovely Kate Richards, this is like the end of every 80’s romance movie we ever sat and wished we were part of! Its just gorgeous.
Over to Kate to tell us all bout this lovely moment of Alan and Beck…..
A Forestry Cwtch
This photo was captured during a pre-wedding photoshoot in the woodland at Dunraven Bay. The couple picked this location as it was a place they had both spent a lot of time at growing up, and held a lot of fond memories for them.
After various posed shots, I asked Alan to give Beck a kiss, he then decided to go one step further, grabbed her around the waist, picked her up and gave her a huge cwtch and a kiss! Who could miss a moment like that?! click.
I love this photo because although obviously photographed, it looks like the couple are in their own little woodland bubble, not a care in the world – just the two of them, truly happy.