It has been my great pleasure to have photographed 16 weddings here, all unique.
The location is one of the most spectacular places to spend a day.
Inside the barns, I’ve see the addition of new toilets, new windows, a stained glass feature and a new bar but it has lost none of its charm.
Meetups ~ coffee & cake
Couples often come a long way for such a fantastic venue (Newcastle and Norfolk included!).
So I am happy to travel for a meeting especially if there is a cappuccino at some point.
I’ve met people in Chester, Llangollen, Bangor and even at a nice farm shop near where the M62 meets the M6.
Simple enough to set up a Teams meeting and show photos and chat if that is better for you.
One hundred photos
Ah, how to choose 100 from 10000!
Let’s start at the beginning.
My first wedding at Llyn Gwynant Barns was for the lovely Rachel and Ross, I never expect to be back there almost every year since (the run only stopped by restrictions).
We were there just once each year for the next couple of years.
Ali & Tom had an incredible day and after this I am getting some lovely feedback - “your photos are how I convinced family it was worth coming so far for the wedding”
And soon it became a few trips each year to photograph the emotion, details, landscapes, and fun.
One year included two weddings a couple of weeks apart, both with a bride named Rosy!
I still remember Luke and Katie’s wedding for a few things, find out drinking horns are a thing, a very funny story in a speech about a sofa and that the ring went flying during the ceremony.
This mountain side looks big, but it is still a lot bigger than it looks!
After Huw & Gwen’s wedding we picked out a selection for a colour grade. What do you think?
A stunning couple getting ready at a fabulous location, a picturesque church with a friendly minister, photos at two lakes (one on the way from the church to Lynn Gwynant) all on a warm sunny day.
Not to mention the dress!
Robert & Rachel
This wedding is what you hope for if you get a rainy day at the Barn. That it stops at some point and it adds to the atmosphere.
I think this was one of the first weddings at Llyn Gwynant to have the planting of a wedding tree. It is a lovely idea.
A truly stunning bouquet and matching room decor.
With four weddings in 2019 at Llyn Gwynant Barns I was thinking of moving closer for the summer!
I’d guess 90% of couples say they do not like their photograph being taken.
Joy & Richard were an exception and it was great to be able to try out a few new ideas.
So, 98 photos so far, thank you for making it this far!
I’m going to post the more soon but for now (Dec 20th 2022) I’m going to say “hello and thank you” to Laura & Alex, Louise & Alex, Calum & Robin, Holly & Mike and Georgia & Alan.
Just one wedding there is special, to be part of so many has been a honour.
One of the original blog posts is here (I still remember Stacey and Sam coming round to the old flat to view them, loved that summer!):
Even more photos
If you wish to see a full wedding then I’ll happily show them on my iPad in a meeting or during a Teams meeting.