Nant Gwrtheyrn was the setting for the intimate wedding of Rochelle & Kyle. Nant Gwrtheyrn or “the Nant” as it is often called is a stunning wedding venue and one of my favourites. Located in a former quarrying village on the northern coast of the Llŷn Peninsula in north Wales, and is approached via a steeply descending and twisting road down to the sea. It is now home to the National Welsh Language and Heritage Centre, having recently undergone a multimillion pound renovation it is a wonderful wedding venue complete with its own 19th-century chapel and 5* accommodation in the old quarryman’s cottages. Overlooking the sea and with the mountains behind, it is truly a struggle to find a more beautiful venue than Nant Gwrtheyrn Wedding Photography.
I met Kyle at his parent’s house also on the beautiful Llŷn Peninsula to capture the last of his preparations before heading down to Nant Gwrtheyrn. With only their immediate family in attendance, it made for a very intimate and tranquil wedding, full of emotion caped with a spectacular sunset.
I can’t thank Rochelle & Kyle enough for sharing their special day with me and for trusting me to capture this amazing wedding for them. If you are looking for a natural and relaxed wedding photographer for your own Nant Gwrtheyrn Wedding Photography or anywhere in the UK, please get in touch. You can learn more about my creative documentary style that will let you enjoy your wedding rather than being away from your friends and family for ages whilst still getting stunning images, here.