Delyth & Rob’s wedding was a fantastic fusion of Scottish and Welsh culture. The setting for the day was the bride’s homeland in the spectacular Welsh wilderness of the Brecon Beacons at Peterstone Court. Overlooking the majestic mountains and valleys, with the groom and ushers in kilts and a piper playing the bagpipe, the Scottish Highlands were brought into the atmosphere with style. Far away from his roots Rob was completely at home that day, his heart with Delyth and the remoteness and beauty of the location similar to the surroundings he grew up in. Delyth was in her element and beaming the entire day and it was really lovely to see such joy between two people and their family and friends. We wish them a very happy future together with as much laughter and warmth in their lives as we witnessed on their wedding day.
All the floral elements were by florist Sylvia Parry of Funky Bunch Flowers who as a friend of the bride did much of the wedding planning too.
Delyth’s bridesmaids looked very stylish in full length black Kelsey Rose bridesmaids dresses, which picked up on the black accents in all the styling elements of the day.
Rob looked dashing in his Flower of Scotland kilt, which was handsomely finished with St Andrews Cross cufflinks and a thistle boutonniere. Piper Tony Beauchamp was there on the day to add an extra dash of the Highlands at the wedding.
With breathtaking views and great food Peterstone Court was a spectacular setting for Delyth and Rob’s wedding. We love this couple’s adventurous spirit, as they were completely up for trekking down to the river for some amazing evening portraits as the sun was starting to set.
Their beautiful white wedding cake with classic floral detailing was made by Christine Chater. The evening entertainment was provided by White Fusion Disco and nearly everyone was on the dance floor once Delyth & Rob opened the evening with their first dance.
To see more from Delyth & Rob’s wedding day please take a look at the slideshow below.