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Rhiannon and Simon’s Wedding at The Coed-Y-Mwstwr Hotel
I had a great day on Saturday November 14th, photographing Rhiannon and Simon’s Wedding at The Coed-Y-Mwstwr Hotel, in Coychurch, Nr Bridgend.
We probably had the worst weather I’ve ever photographed during a wedding, with torrential rain which hardly gave up all day long. Although we did have a short respite from the wet stuff just after the ceremony, and managed to grab a few shots outside the hotel with the Rhiannon and Simon’s wedding car.
Sure the weather was awful, but it didn’t put the dampers on a beautiful wedding, and everyone really enjoyed themselves.
I also had the pleasure of watching MUA, Janet White-Ashby work. Rhiannon’s make looked absolutely superb and lasted all day long.
Janet really understands the correct density of make up required for wedding photography, but manages to maintain a very natural and fresh look with her work. Rhiannon looked stunning throughout the day, and her hair was simply beautiful. A complex creation of plaits and curls, simply pulled together with a delicate tiara.
In combination with a stunning dress and natural smile, Rhiannon made for a beautiful bride, and she carried herself with total grace all day long. She was an absolute pleasure to photograph.
I’d like to thank Simon’s best men, Adrian and Scott, who rounded everyone up for the formal group shots so efficiently, I don’t think I’ve ever got through so many formal photographs so quickly at a wedding before.
Another big thank you to Nathan Browning, who assisted me during the day’s shooting. Nathan was a huge help, especially as we had to take so much lighting gear with us to combat the gloomy weather and low light levels in the hotel.
I’ll be starting the editing work on Rhiannon and Simon’s Graphistudio wedding album within a day or so, but in the meantime here are a few sneak peeks of Rhiannon and Simon’s wedding at The Coed-Y-Mwstwr Hotel.