A wedding at Gwenfrewi Project was sort of on my unofficial bucket list. It is such a cool place, up in the mountains above Llanrwst. It was a church, well it still is really, just not a fully functioning church. It’s decommissioned (if that’s the right word or it) and is now used for different purposes.
Nichola and Daniel had their wedding at Gwenfrewi Project in February, and boy was it chilly. Saying that, the sun did make a very welcome appearance and we certainly made the most of it. After the wedding ceremony at Gwenfrewi Project and the speeches there too we went to Conwy for some bride and groom portraits and we managed to get to Nant y Gamar just before the sun set. Bonus!
The evening reception was at Bodafon farm in Llandudno where there was food, dancing and sparklers.
A fantastic day.
Here are a few wedding photographs from a Gwenfrewi Project wedding with Nichola and Daniel. I hope you like them.
If you like the look of my North Wales and Cheshire wedding photography and think I would make a great addition to your wedding plans please contact Tony Fanning photography using the contact form on this site.
You can pop over to my Facebook page to check out news, sneak peeks and general ramblings from me as well if you fancy it and make sure you click “like”.
Tony Fanning photography is available for weddings throughout the UK and even abroad if you are planning a wedding further afield.
Here are the suppliers that gave their time and expertise to make sure they had the perfect wedding day.
Photography – Tony Fanning photography
Hair- Hair by Laura O’Leary ; Dress- Anna Sorrano ; Flowers-Homegrown and Rainbow Florists, Walkden
Day entertainment- Belinibe String Quartet ; Evening entertainment- The Izzie Walsh Trio ; Wedding Cake- Homemade by family friends
Wedding cars- Fiat Panda called Peter