St Nicholas is not only the patron saint of children, but also of sailors, and it is natural to assume that the latter is the reason for the dedication of this little chapel, standing as it does on the top of the Island, surrounded on three sides by the sea in this town where our ancestors have for centuries derived their livelihood from the sea. It is in this quaint but small chapel where Robyn wed Joshua were wed in an informal gathering of close family and friends on a blustery summer afternoon in June.
The groomsmen were resplendent in cream linen and white sneakers whilst the bridesmaids were looking fab in white full length dresses adorned with gypsophila crowns. Robyn arrived looking stunning in a bohemian style full length wedding dress and she was walked up to the island by her dad.
The ceremony itself was very informal and relaxed and all the guests crammed into the small space to witness the occasion. After a few family photographs around the chapel, we wondered down to the small sheltered beach of Porth Gwidden for a few shots by the shoreline whilst the guests headed off for a party at the nearby Garrack Hotel.