JENNY AND ANDREW WEDDING FILM WALES JORDANSTON HALL
10th June 2017 jenny and Andrew wedding film Wales, Jordanston hall Pembrokeshire Wales
Weddings are exceptionally beautiful when they are filled with love and laughter. On a very wet and windy day in Wales at the wedding between Jenny and Andrew on the 10th of July 2017 this was certainly the case. Beautiful moments, with joy shared by the family and well-wishers who witnessed the special day was exceptional. Heavy rain and high winds it didn’t stop the wedding, it made the ceremony even more romantic and cozy. The Mathry Church and Jordanston Hall were gorgeously decorated by the brides mum it was the perfect venue for a beautiful wedding. Every romantic moment was captured by the talented photographer Hannah Miles and the beautiful couple made this a stunning wedding to film. The bride dressed in a stunning white Grand Jour sleeveless dress with a lace overlay and a colorful bouquet finish. Her bridesmaids also looked amazing in Galloping Cat dresses. And Andrew looking elegant in an ash tuxedo as he calmly waited for her to walk in. Everyone stood and watched the bride walk in with smiles, as she walked gracefully down the aisle of the church while the flower girl and bridesmaids followed. Jordanston hall was absolutely beautiful, the flowers by A Way with Flowers the brides mum added colour and style to the wedding. The Cake by Cake Carousel was a sight to behold. There was no dull moment as everyone laughed and created magical moments for me to capture.
……… “She is one of the hardest working people I have ever met and that is because she comes from a family of hard workers. She works hard every day to ensure we have a better life. Why do I love Jenny? Jenny is just Jenny and that’s why I love Jenny.”
Shooting this wedding was a delight from the bride’s makeup, the flower girl trying out the bridesmaids shoes, the wedding kiss, to the moment the event ended.
It was indeed a pleasure to witness this beautiful couple tie the knot.
Congratulations Jenny and Andrew, may your happiness never run dry.