A quaint parish church in the middle of Bodedern village in Anglesey, accompanied with clear blue skies and smiles, set Mr and now Mrs Roberts’ day off to a bright start.
To ensure each precious moment was captured from beginning to end, Ben Walker Photography was the match they were looking for.
The medieval parish of St Edern dates back to the 14th century and with the help of some spectacular and beautiful interior features, including stained glass windows; wooden carvings; curved timbers that cover the entire ceiling and elegant candelabras on the altar; created a warm and timeless atmosphere.
Complemented by piano and escorted by her father from the arched outer doorway in the porch, through the double entrance and down the velvet carpeted aisle; Bethan was led to her hubby to be.
The sun was beaming through the windows, and with all guests standing, Bethan’s entrance was both magical and emotional.
As she walked over the scattered rose petals that lay on the aisle before her, it was extremely difficult for all present and especially for Danny to keep their tears at bay.
Bethan and Danny were able to sneak off into the woodlands of Penrhos where Ben was able to capture these incredible shots, displaying the end of summer and the beginning of both the couple’s newlywed life and autumn.
After only a short drive from Bodedern, the newlyweds and guests arrived at The Trearddur Bay Hotel where the reception would follow.
Overlooking a stunning large sandy beach sloping to the sea on the North-West coast of Anglesey everyone welcomed the married couple with a standing ovation.
A welcoming and modern interior with subtle colours and textures, provided a clean, simple and elegant scene.
Tailored with round tables for guests, the newlyweds sat on a long table at the end of the room with their party.
There was a classic look and feel to the room due to the white draped backdrop which was featured behind the Bride and Groom’s table.
This style continued, tables were covered in white linen, as were the chairs which were decorated with soft pink ribbons adding a nice contrast.
As the afternoon came to an end and the clouds started coming in, you couldn’t help but smile and say that the heavens in North Wales certainly smiled on Mr and Mrs Roberts’ day.
The sun slowly started to set, and magic hour came to pass, Ben was able to capture a number of beautifully framed moments between the loving couple.
So yes! You most certainly can combine a traditional wedding ceremony, with spectacular views of waves crashing against the shore for your reception.
Who wouldn’t want to get the best of both worlds on the day and on camera…plus a glimpse of all the beauty and variety that Anglesey has to offer.
The Bride shares, “Ben was absolutely fantastic from start to finish. Ben being so organised was a huge relief for us!
“From the moment Ben arrived he was calm, professional, efficient and friendly, both he and his team took some amazing photos of our wedding day.”
Images Ben Walker Photography | Bride's Dress Wedding Belles | Groom and Groomsmen suits Trefor Jones | Bride’s Makeup Nina Wren | Hair and Makeup of Bridesmaids Nina Wren | Flower Girl Dresses Truly Special Wedding and Christening wear and alterations, bespoke and gifts | Ceremony St Ederns Bodedern | Reception Venue The Trearddur Bay Hotel | Flowers Acacia Valley | Entertainment Baker Wicked | Dancefloor Event Dance Floors | Transport Hilltop Classics & Split the Difference