Chloe and Ryan's choice of wedding venue did not disappoint as all their guests traveled from Dublin for their wedding. All agreed that it was an incredibly picturesque venue in the Cork countryside. Ballyvolane House has so many interesting places and things to photograph. Even the light was just perfect at every stage of the day for wedding photography. It was just an honour to be Chloe and Ryan's wedding photographer.
This was just an amazing wedding in Ballybeg House set in the picturesque Wicklow mountains. All the details from the Bridesmaids dresses to the invitations had just been thought out so well. Even down to removing the front passenger seat of the Morris Minor that brought Maureen and her Dad to the beautiful church in Kilquade.
Laura and Johnny’s wedding photography in Ballymagarvey Village was one I was really looking forward to. I had photographed their family portrait before the wedding so I knew that will a little bit of help they would look amazing in every photo. They were so easy to work with on their wedding day.
Sinead and Colm are just made for each other! Together they have such an infectious zest for life, fun and each other. Their wedding photography started in Foxrock on a bit of a damp morning but later in the day as we headed to the exquisite Druids Glen Resort in Co Wicklow the sun crept out.
It was a great to be back at the beautiful Clonabreany House. Wedding photography is just a joy at this venue in Meath. Of course no wedding is complete without a wonderful Bride and Groom to take wedding photographs of… Sinead and Kevin were that perfect couple!
Being a wedding photographer brings me all over Ireland photographing weddings in the many Castles and Country Houses that we have in this country. So as always I was delighted when Lasairiona and Gavin asked me to photograph their Summer wedding in one of my favourite locations for wedding photography.