Emma and Adam’s Ceridwen Centre tipi wedding in West Wales
Emma and Adam’s wedding at Ceridwen Centre began with everyone getting ready at the venue’s accommodation on-site, which made it easy for me to float around all morning and catch some lovely little moments of everyone.
Ceridwen Centre outdoor ceremony
The weather forecast was changeable but promising and it was helpful to know that at short notice the ceremony could be moved indoors if needed. The decision was made to go ahead outside and as family and guests gathered the sun came out. After the ceremony, everyone gathered for drinks in the courtyard while I took Emma and Adam for a little walk around the grounds for photos and some time together.
The wedding breakfast was held in Ceridwen’s tipi, followed by speeches, and then guests moved over to the barn area for the rest of the evening
Sunsets and daisies
One thing Emma and Adam had planned was that if there was a sunset, they wanted to bring everybody up to the field above the venue area to watch the last moments of daylight together. I had been told about a field of daisies near the camping area, we timed it so Emma, Adam, and I took a little walk up to the field during ‘golden hour’ took a few shots then gathered everyone to join us to watch the sun go down. Adam sang and played guitar and guests sat on straw bails, and we all watched the most spectacular sunset over West Wales, before heading back to the venue for sparklers and an epic night of singing and lots more dancing.
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