RAF pictures - This video shows the search and rescue helicopter arriving at the farm yesterday
Ben Massam spoke to us by phone from his home on a farm at Bryneglwys in Denbighshire, where he remains after the rest of his family were airlifted yesterday.
He said it was a precaution to keep their 16-month-old boy safe, and the others are now all safe and well at his brother-in-law's home.
They had been without power, and burned some old furniture to keep warm.
Ben stayed behind to look after two elderly dogs.
He described the current situation: "you can walk over the washing line, there's that much snow."
Tourism leaders are warning that a cold Easter will deter holidaymakers from visiting Wales
Team of thirty drafted in to make sure happy couple make it to the church on time after snow blocked roads in the village.
The happy couple say their special day is "the perfect white wedding"