As the days draw out & get warmer, outdoor weddings are on the horizon. Deciding on the location of your ceremony can be exciting so here’s a couple of tips & tricks to look out for.
Tip number one – always have an umbrella on hand.
It wouldn’t be the first time a coordinator has had to run to the bride & groom mid ceremony to save them from a downpour.
Photography © Rachael Smith
Perhaps this is stating the obvious, but if your wedding is due to take place & the weather is looking like there’s a fair chance of rainfall, it might be worth considering having a backup plan should the weather take a turn.
Tip number two – biodegradable confetti.
We here at Gellifawr love a confetti shot, dried flowers & biodegradable confetti make for such colourful & natural pictures.
Alternatively, sparklers at the end of an evening sending you off on your honeymoon make for magical memories.
Photography © Lucy Parker
Your confetti shot, one of the most beautiful photos from the day. Being introduced to your closest friends & family as the happy couple for the first time.
Tip number three – sunglasses for your groomsmen.
Getting your groomsmen sunglasses is just the thing you need to avoid squinting in photos & not forgetting, matching sunglasses is just the icing on the cake for keeping them looking cool.
Tip number four – finding the perfect backdrop.
Taking a trip around your venue in the run up to your wedding is the perfect idea for finding your most desired locations for your photos.
With our venue being in the middle of the Gwaun Valley in Pembrokeshire & part of the Welsh National Park we are lucky enough to have beautiful scenes in every direction.