The pressure is still on when you’ve to photograph your friends wedding!
On the plus side we got to see every inch of the wedding day unfold from start to finish, all while trying not to miss one emotion!
Documenting Bronagh and Barry’s Wedding was so much fun! Everything was laid back and the atmosphere was just amazing!! It was the perfect wedding venue hidden away in what felt like the middle of nowhere.
Marcella and Dave! You guys are great! Your wedding was wonderful and we are happy to have been apart of it! Marcella your wedding dres(ses) were beautiful! The whole day from start to finish was captured in its fullest. Ella spent the morning documenting the ladies while Dean hung out with the lads. The ceremony and reception took place in The Bridge House Hotel, Tullamore. Which isn’t an Offaly long way away at all 😉 Super hotel and very helpful staff, great choice guys!!!!
We are kicking off the wedding season with Pamela and Colm’s beautiful intimate wedding in the Clanard Court Hotel Athy. We were welcomed by some Alpacas (we actually thought they were Llamas) which roams freely on the Hotel grounds. Ella was taking some shots on her Nikon FE film camera! Developing her own film, loving creativity and creating a bit of art from something that we nowadays so easily capture on digital cameras. It’s kind of rare these days, but slowly but surely we are determined to get printed images back on peoples walls.
The weather always plays a leading role for us as photographers on wedding days. As well as our minds, its always on the back of the bride and grooms minds. Living in Ireland with Irish weather, this is definitely a sore headache sometimes. BUT as much as a wet or windy day can upset the whole proceedings, Caroline and Paddy planned an outdoor ceremony……..and on this day the Gods were good, the weather was perfect.
We had the pleasure of documenting Alison and Michaels big day, and where better to start, than at the mother of the brides house. They got married in St. Conleths parish church, Newbridge, Co. Kildare.