Wedding Photography in Barmouth
This was the first time at the Bae Abermaw Hotel for me as a Barmouth Wedding Photographer. The hotel is an absolute gem and positioned in a spectacularly beautiful spot overlooking the bay of Barmouth. Breathtaking views! From the moment I walked through the door to meet Rich & Laura and their two beautiful boys for the very first time I knew we were in for a fun day. Their lovely friends & family made me feel so welcome and I really couldn’t wait to see these two get hitched!
Laura looked absolutely stunning walking down the aisle and who doesn’t love a dress with pockets! After the ceremony, everybody went next door for some celebratory drinks and the couple received a fun drawing of themselves. After a glass of pimped prosecco it was time for a little fun stroll to the beach with the bridal party. There’s a scenic secret path that runs all the way down to a secluded bit of beach, just perfect for some beautiful Barmouth wedding photos! Love an adventurous bride and walking down to the beach with them all was definitely fun!
Barmouth Wedding Photographer
After our walk to the beach, Rich & Laura and their guests enjoyed some lovely food. And once pudding had been digested the couple took their friends & families outside. They had arranged fun vintage games for all, young and old. After the group shots, it was time for me to wish the couple all the best for their future together as husband & wife.
Barmouth Wedding Photography
If you or someone you know is planning a Barmouth Wedding and would like me to document it, do get in touch!
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Barmouth, where the mountains meet the sea, is on the west coast of Wales, looking out onto Cardigan Bay, in the southern part of Snowdonia. If you’re looking for the outdoors – walking, cycling, paddleboarding, kayaking, paddling in the sea or building sandcastles then Barmouth is the perfect centre.
You can explore Barmouth’s history via the Heritage Trail, and visiting the two museums. There is a wide range of independant shops, cafes. pubs and restaurants, making it super easy to spend the days browsing, dipping in and out of shops with regular coffee stops, and maybe an ice cream on the harbour watching the boats and seagulls.
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