Jane and Cormacs wedding was my last of 2015 and it is definitely up there with the highlights of the year. Not only were the locations a dream, the winter light was creating all sorts of wizardry for us. I could have taken endless photographs of this gorgeous couple in that light which prevailed not only in Castle Bellingham, but also Benburb Priory, where the wedding party stopped off for a few shots. Take a look at the photobomber – the famous resident St Bernard, a rescue dog whom lives at the Priory. He wouldn’t leave until he got his belly rubbed!
Jane is well known for her style and is the owner of the ever popular Hidden Hanger. Her dress skills came in handy on the morning of her wedding, as you will see in the images below. She even managed to sew her bridesmaids together before she gets dressed herself. Needless to say some of the outfits at this wedding were out of this world. I even had emails from people in America after I put a preview shot up, asking where on earth can people purchase these amazing clothes! Ladies (and gents too) – you definitely pulled out all the stops for this wedding.
Some other favourite moments of the day include the many nieces and nephews walking up the aisle and the many funny faces they pull during the wedding ceremony! Children at weddings are just great! It was lovely that Jane and Cormac couldn’t decide who to have as flowergirls and page boys – so everyone got a spin up the aisle instead!
Jane and Cormac, thank you for asking me along to be a part of your wedding. It was just brilliant from start to finish.
Here are a few of the suppliers who deserve credit: Brides Dress – David Fielden from Castle Couture, Galgorm; Brides Shoes – Kirk Geiger; Bridesmaids Dresses – Boudoir in Dungannon; Boys Suits – Debonair, Portadown; Hair – Sinead O’Donnell; Make up – Kerri McArdle; Flowers – Rita McAuley; Cake – Brides talented Auntie and Uncle at Sunray Bakery, Newry (with help by Grooms Mummy too!); Reception – The ever gorgeous Castle Bellingham, Co Louth.