Siobhan & Patrick got married in St Brigids, Malone Road, Belfast. From there it was straight to Ballymascanlon Hotel, Dundalk, County Louth.
On arrival the guests were entertained with some traditional Irish music including a few songs from Siobhan and Patrick. Photos with Dylan McBurney, their chosen photographer for the day were next in the amazing grounds surrounding the Ballymac.
Then it was time for the speeches which included a song by the Best Man with help from one of the American guest tables.
After their first dance to music from ‘The Untouchables’ it was time for a fantastic fireworks display. Just the beginning of an amazing nights entertainment ahead.
Huge congrats to you both!!
Caitríona and Kevin came home from Liverpool to get married in St. Mochua’s Chapel Derrynoose, County Armagh. From there it was straight to Corick House Hotel Clogher, County Tyrone for photos with their photographer Hannah McKernan including a few family photos. Just before reception mealtime we got to hear Kevin playing a few traditional Irish pieces with some of their very skilled musician friends.
Their whole day was filled with personal touches such as Caitríona’s mum who made all the dresses, Kevin’s mum who made homemade jam table favours and they even had ‘McKenna wine’ for the toasts. Rita Keenan, a family friend provided the flowers, and Caitríona’s cousin Denise O’Reilly made the cake. A lot of family involvement throughout the day.
Later in the evening they had an outdoor fire display by FirePoise . This was followed shortly after with their first dance to music provided by Atmosphere.
A perfect ending to a fully packed day.
Huge congrats Caitríona and Kevin 🙂
Ellen and Dermot got married on an amazing autumn day in Cloghogue Chapel just outside Newry, County Down. But an hour before Dermot was due to leave his house, he got the most amazing surprise in the form of a 1967 Ford Mustang from IDoWeddingCars. This fantastic, classic car played an important role throughout their day. On arrival at Bellingham Castle, County Lough they had time out with their photographers, Nikki and Ronan from Lifting the Veil Photography. Followed by some formal shots with their families. Then it was time for their evening reception. After the meal the guests were entertained by comedian Dave Young.Then it was time for the first dance from The Nooks. Congratulations Ellen and Dermot!
Lucy & William got married in St. Matthews Church of Ireland, Richhill, County Armagh. From there it was straight to the amazing Ballymagarvey Village – The Official Page, County Meath for photos with their bridal party, family and friends with their photographer Paul Quinn of Signature Photography. Amazing autumn sun was enjoyed by all throughout the day. Later in the evening we managed to catch a fantastic sunset, do a sparkler parade and had a photo moment beneath the Chandelier tree. Then it was time for the first dance to music provided by Stonewall Folk & Function Band. A truly amazing day 🙂
Janine from Tyrone, Jason from Kilkenny first met in London. They tied the knot in Church of St Colmcille, Carrickmore, County Tyrone. From there after a brief visit to An Charraig Mhór GAA grounds it was on to Slieve Russell Hotel County Cavan for their photos with their chosen photographer Cormac McAleer. Later in the evening it was time for they’re first dance to live music provide by The Bentley Boys just the beginning to an amazing nights craic!!
So here it is, as promised the ‘montage edit’ 🙂
Rachel & Leigh’s day was quite unique in so many ways. From their ‘First Look’ in the Corn Maze behind Rachel’s parent’s house to their pre-ceremony photo shoot in Tollymore Forest Park. Leigh is a well-established wedding photographer himself who we’ve had the pleasure of working with many times in the past. I’m guessing it must have felt a little strange for Leigh to be on the other side of the lens 🙂
They celebrated their entire day at ‘Funny Farm Adventures’ (Rachel’s parents’ home). The vows were said on the front lawn with the most amazing backdrop of the Mourne Mountains. Later their reception was in the fantastic marquee supplied by ‘ North Down Marquees’
‘Just Adam’ provided a few songs at the outdoor drinks reception and the full band played throughout the evening. After their first dance Leigh was in for quite a surprise when Rachel and her hens provided their own version of Dirty Dancing – Time of our life.
Later Just Adam performed a set from their Acidtone days, an amazing end to a very memorable day.
Louise and Gavin got married in St Bridgets, Brocagh close to Coalisland, County Tyrone. From there they made the short trip to the beautiful Corick House Hotel & Spa, Clogher for their photos and a fantastic reception, including the viewing of the super 8s between Tyrone and Dublin. Later in the evening they had their first dance to Kodalines ‘The One’ followed by an evenings entertainment to music provided by Rubix. A fantastic end to a brilliant day.
Kerri and Keith traveled to the fantastic Ballymagarvey Village, County Meath to spend their entire wedding day right from their preparations to the evening entertainment. Keith even managed to bring his Aprilia bike along with his mates two Honda bikes. After their vows they spent the afternoon in the beautiful grounds with their photographer Cindy Robinson. Later in the evening after their speeches they had their first dance with Vertigo Wedding Band, just the beginning of an amazing night of entertainment. Big congrats to Kerri and Keith, have a great honeymoon!!
Judith and Stephen got married in Acton Parish Church, Poyntzpass, County Armagh. After the service they travelled to the Ballymascanlon Hotel in Dundalk, arriving by horse and carriage to meet their guests and have their photos taken by Brendan Byrne in the hotel’s beautiful grounds. After their speeches they danced the night away with Sugartown Road. Congratulations Judith and Stephen!
Gemma and Steffan got married in St Patrick’s Cathedral in Armagh. For such a significant venue they shared such amazing intimate moments during their service, even a cheeky little wink! They travelled to meet their guests at the beautiful Castle Leslie in County Monaghan and have their photographs taken by Sara Dalzell. Gemma even arranged a surprise song from their “chef” courtesy of Cameoflage for Steffan. Later they danced the night away to The Rockits. Big congratulations Gemma and Steffan! 🙂
Lucy & William got married in St. Matthews Church of Ireland, Richhill, County Armagh. From there it was straight to the amazing Ballymagarvey Village, County Meath for photos with their bridal party, family and friends with their photographer Paul Quinn of Signature photography. Amazing autumn sun was enjoyed by all throughout the day. Later in the evening we managed to catch a fantastic sunset, do a sparkler parade and had a photo moment beneath the Chandelier tree. Then it was time for the first dance to music provided by Stonewall. A truly amazing day 🙂
Claire and Gary got a great surprise when their son Jack got up to say his piece during their reception speeches at the Four Seasons, Carlingford. Well done Jack!
Every once in a while, something unique happens without warning, this was definitely the case when Kevin Keenan sang The Girl by City and Colour at Rachel & Leigh’s wedding last Saturday.
We’re currently working on a ‘montage edit’ of their entire day. We’ll be posting it here once it’s ready. 🙂
Aislinn & Gareth got married in St Gerards Parish, Antrim Road, Belfast. From there it was straight to The Dunadry, County Antrim. Photos with the bridal party and families were taken around the grounds with photographer Jake Samuels Photography. Here are some moments from their montage edit, watch the full montage by clicking here.
You always expect a bit of a roasting from a best man speech, or a few embarrassing stories. Well how about a little bit of both at the same time? That’s exactly what Ferdoa got! It made for some great laughs and a great moment.
Kerri and the bridesmaids got ready in the stunning Ballymagarvey Village, County Meath when suddenly another princess appeared. Little Ruby was all smiles and certainly not shy around the cameras with all the hustle and bustle.
Aimeé and Niall got married in The Church of the Immaculate Conception. It was an absolutely beautiful blue sky day which lit the inside of the church perfectly. Here is some of details of the church just before Niall and the guys arrived.
Karen and Scott had a beautiful reception in Bellingham Castle in County Louth. Their speeches got off to a great start with the Father of the Bride, Martin. Here is a great story and moment while welcoming Scott into the family.
After getting married at their family home in Cranford, County Donegal, Sarah and Scott headed down to the water to take some amazing photographs with Andrea O’Hare photography. Such beautiful scenery, they even got a wee wave from some local fishermen.
Tanya and Glenn said their vows in St Joesph’s in Ballymartin, Killkeel, County Down in front of all their friends and family. It’s a big moment and can be nerve wrecking, but thanks to their wonderful priest for making it so much fun for this fantastic couple.