Category archives: Recent Weddings

Amongst the bluebells and haze of early summerTerri and Paudieget married at St Malachys Armagh with reception at Cabra Castle

Terri and Paudie
  When I attend a wedding, it feels like you become a part of someones family for the day. You are there from the earliest moments in the morning until the sun starts to set. You see everything and hear so much. There are palpable emotions and its like a microcosm of these peoples lives, all encapsulated in one day. Everyone they love is there. The memories are share[...]

As featured in Northern Woman MagazineSarah and Stuartget married at St Patricks Cathedral with reception at the Ballymascanlon Hotel

Sarah and Stuart
From our first contact via email I knew Sarah and Stuart were the nicest of people. Warm, friendly with such a quirky sense of humour. They are a perfect match. Their wedding day in September was a dream to shoot. I was so lucky to be asked to walk alongside this lovely family for the day. I didn't know until the week of their wedding that Sarah had a prominent profes[...]

A late summer wedding at Castle BellinghamAngela and Kylealonside their beautiful son Eoin

Angela and Kyle
When I was preparing this blogpost I failed miserably in trying to keep the number of images down, such was the amount of lovely little moments captured during Angela and Kyles wedding day, late last summer. There was a lot of craic! Laughing and mucking about with friends a plenty! But there was an awful lot of genuine love and feeling here, not just between Angela a[...]

Music and laughsGemma and Johnnyget married at the Four Seasons, with stop at Armagh Friary

Gemma and Johnny
"Last night I dreamen I held you in my arms And once again you were my happy bride I kissed you as I did on 'Auld Lang Syne', As to the church we wandered side by side" ~ A few favourites from Gemma and Johnnys beautiful wedding last summer. I dot'n't think I have ever seen a better or more infectious laugh than Gemmas! And Johnny can certainly make her giggle. W[...]

As featured on Confetti.ieLaura and Páraic – Tankardstown House Weddingwith Ceremony at Church of St Patrick, Eglish.

Laura and Páraic - Tankardstown House Wedding
Masons, when they start upon a building, Are careful to test out the scaffolding; Make sure that planks won’t slip at busy points, Secure all ladders, tighten bolted joints. And yet all this comes down when the job’s done Showing off walls of sure and solid stone. So if, my dear, there sometimes seem to be Old bridges breaking between you and me Never fear. We[...]