the "bake off" table was a great idea - look out for Lady Baa Baa!
A recipe for making it impossible to narrow down the images for this post to around 50 images:
Start with lots of detail shots, including a fun "bake off" table, sweet table and the venue dressing.
Mix in lots of candids with everyone really getting in to the experience.
Stir in an happy ceremony with personalised vows.
Top with photographs of a photogenic couple, Emma looking stunning in a detailed dress, Mike looking very dapper complete with pink bow tie.
Sprinkle with some scenics and landscapes of the awesome location.
I hope this gives you a taste of the day, I'd love to be your Llyn Gwynant Barn wedding photographer (or anywhere else in the region). Please get in touch if you'd like to see more.
I had a nice testimonial from Emma, here is a snippet:
"Importantly you made ourselves and our guests feel comfortable throughout our day which really helped us to achieve the natural shots we were hoping for. Many of our guests commented on your polite, friendly nature and your ability to melt into the background."
P.S. you'd be suprised how well a mug of tea goes down at a wedding (especially if you can dunk gingerbread men) a lot of the focus is on alcoholic drinks but when it is a 12 hour day sometimes you need a balance. Your photographer loves tea too!