Micro Wedding Photography Wrexham
Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, I have had to adapt my Wrexham wedding photography wedding business. The restrictions during this wedding were tight with only a ceremony allowed. I had my mask, temperature check and anti bac at the ready as extra equipment needed for the wedding! After so long of having no weddings, it was lovely to get back into it. I hope they will lift slowly more restrictions and we can get back to normal. However, in the meantime, I have created a special Covid-19 Micro Wedding package. To check availability for your wedding day, get in touch.
February Wrexham Church Wedding
This was my first ceremony only wedding, which of course was all we could do with the lockdown restrictions. It was February and so you expect to be cold. However, it was a beautiful sunny day and as long as you didn’t wander into the shade it felt like a lovely spring day.
They built the church amongst some gorgeous North Wales mountains in Minera. And upon arriving, a smile came on my face to see the gorgeous weather. We have done photography for so Wrexham weddings and you can see some of my latest Wrexham wedding blog posts. As a, Wrexham wedding photographer, I am lucky to be near to this gorgeous church in Minera.
The couple had pulled this wedding together in a few weeks. Previously, the venue they had chosen did not work out because of Covid-19 restrictions.
Dickie bows for the Boys
The groom and groomsman looked fantastic in their suits and dickie bow. To complete the look, they had dark shades. The boys arrived in style in a blue car, which the little page boy thought was fantastic.
The bride arrived in a white car chaffered by her cousin. In addition, they adorned the car the car with a special printed ribbon with the names and dates on of the day and couple.
The bride wore a stunning tight fitting dress with an organza tail and a long cathedral length veil set with beads all on the edging. Most importantly, the couple have three children between them who all had mini me outfits on and looked super cute, stealing the show.
The St Mary Church in Minera, Wrexham, is a cute little church with a very short aisle In addition, it has beautiful carvings and stained glass windows inside. The outside being beautiful and set in amongst lots of trees.
The Wrexham Church ceremony was live streamed via Zoom
The atmosphere was intimate and sweet and made even more special by the live stream via zoom for the guests who could not attend. There were a few tears shed, the groom shedding the first one upon the bride’s arrival.
The best man forgot to switch off his phone and got a phone call suing the ceremony, much to everyone’s amusement.
Zoom supplied by Prestige Events Worldwide had a full screen where you could see all the guests watching the ceremony, which was a lovely touch.
The couple said
“You and Jason have captured such lovely and natural photos, which is just what we wanted. Thank you so much xx”
Rhian and Dave
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