Portmeirion Wedding Photography from London Wedding Photographer Mathew Quake. I was looking forward to this wedding, not only because Portmeirion Village is such a unique setting for a wedding occasion, but also because three and a half years ago I married my wife Fi here. Both Myank and Lindsay had already been married in India prior to our first meeting on the Southbank in London, some three hundred miles from Portmeirion by car. Their second wedding ceremony was to legally marry them in the UK and an opportunity to celebrate with friends and family who didn’t make the long journey to India. Although I had only done one previous wedding at Portmeirion, having grown up just a mile away in Porthmadog, I knew Portmeirion village like the back of my hand. I was also more than familiar with the local climate and, not so uncommon, lots of rain was due to fall. Although the wet weather meant formal family photographs had to be done indoors we held out for the bride and groom photographs until later in the day. I was quietly confident that the sun would pop out, my trustworthy IPhone app had said dry weather at 16.00 and it’s never let me down. We did indeed manage to get out and about early evening for a 30 minute walk around the village, taking pictures in some of Portmeirion’s most beautiful backdrops. Some guests braved the, now exposed, sandy beach but it was a bit too soggy for heels. I have done some audio recording of the vows and speeches so there is a short photo documentary to come, meanwhile, please enjoy their wedding photography highlights.
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