Claire & John got married in St. John the Baptist Church, Portadown. From there they headed to the beautiful National Trust house The Argory near Moy, for a photo shoot with close family. Then on to the Armagh City Hotel for the reception, the evening entertainment was kicked off with live music from Sugartown Road, followed by a special performance from the very talented Celtic Storm.
Lisa & Keith got married in the beautiful Corick House Clogher County Tyrone. After their vows it was time to relax with family & friends, while the harpist played in the background. Family photos were taken in front of the house & gardens, followed by the bride & groom heading to the beautiful tree-lined lane for some photos with the classic VW Bettle. As you can see, the wind added so much drama to the shoot, fantastic!!
Andrea and Paul got married on a beautiful sunny September day at Poyntzpass Presbyterian church, County Armagh. From there they headed to Castlewellan Forest Park for their bridal party photos. Later in the afternoon they headed to the Slieve Donard Hotel in Newcastle for their family photos along the sea front followed by their evening reception and entertainment.
Stefanie & Joseph got married in St Teresas Church Glen Road Belfast.
After the vows, they headed to Lady Dixon Park Dunmurray where they had the bridal party photos taken in glorious sunshine. Once the photo shoot ended they headed to the Balmoral Hotel for a few more photos followed by the reception. The evening kicked off with the first dance with music provided by Marty Faye and The Bandido’s.
Louise & Gordon got married in Minterburn Presbyterian Church outside Caledon. After the service, they headed to Brantry Lough for photos then on to Killyhevlin Hotel for the family photos and the reception.
The evening entertainment was provided by Boxcar Brian and Country Harmony, a perfect end to the day.
Karen & Tim tied the knot in Lisburn Baptist Church.
From there they headed to Brownlow House Lurgan for the photos & reception.
The evening kicked off with their first dance as husband & wife, a surprise fireworks display awaited the wedding guests later in the evening.
Karen & Simon got married in St Malachy’s Church Castlewellan. From there they headed to the beautiful venue of Galgorm Ballymena for their photos, followed by the reception. The evening kicked of with their first dance to the music of ‘The Professionals’ the perfect end to a perfect day.
Ciara and John got married in the Church of the Sacred Heart, in the village of Jonesborough, South Armagh. The guys had the chance for a quick pint in John’s dads pub ‘Gap O The North’ right across the road from the church. Following the ceremony the guests were entertained in the pub by Irish traditional band, “Parcel of Rogues. The photos and reception took place a short distance away at Carrickdale Hotel.
Caroline & Jonathan said ‘I do’ at Saint Patricks Ballynahinch. From the church the family headed to Castlewellan Forest Park in a vintage bus. After the main photo shoot Caroline & Jonathan head off in style in a helicopter to view the country around Ballynahinch before heading back to the Burrendale Newcastle for a fantastic evening reception. Later, the entertainment was provided by Nathan Carter and his band. A great end to a perfect day.
Wendy & Ashley got married in St Annes Church of Ireland Dungannon. Then on to Roe Valley country Park & Dog Leap House, Limavady for the photos, followed by their reception at Radisson Roe Limavady.
Danielle & Fergal got married a few days after Christmas at St Threse Chapel Belfast, the guests were pleasantly surprised to find a ‘vintage bus’ awaiting when they exited the church. They all headed to Ten Square in the centre of Belfast for the reception with a quick visit to the front of the city hall for some memorable photos, perfect!!
Laura & Chris got married in Killagan Church of Ireland Cloughmills, Ballymena. Then on to Culloden Hotel for the photos & reception. The evening entertainment was provided by ‘Boxty’ the perfect end to a great day.
Every wedding is unique, although Adele & Colin had something completly different awaiting their arrival at the Dunadry Hotel, Antrim in the form of eight Star Wars Storm Troopers. The weather was perfect for the photos, both formal & causal. Even the wedding cake had the Star Wars theme made in the form of Lord Jabba. All in all a wedding with a difference.
Briege & Patrick got married in St Josephs Caledon, from there the bridal party made the short journey to Creeve Lough for the photo shoot. After we headed to Nuremore Hotel Carrickmacross for a few more photos with family & friends. Then into the reception for the speeches, followed by a delicious meal. Later in the evening Briege & Patrick took to the floor for their first dance, a great start to a fantastic evening.
The sun was shining when Judith & David got married in Newtownbreda Baptist Church Belfast before heading the short journey to ‘La Mon Hotel’
Gemma & Andrew enjoyed their perfect day at the beautiful Lough Erne Golf Resort Enniskillen County Fermanagh. Gemma & her dad arrived in style in a seaplane. After the vows the guests had fun having their caricatures drawn, while the newly-weds headed around the resort in a golf buggy to have their photos taken. after the evening meal they danced the night away to the live music of All Stars.
The sun was shining when Shonia & David got married in Limavady Presbyterian County Londonderry, from there they headed to Dunadry Hotel Antrim for the photos and later their reception. A great ending to a great day.
Danielle & James got married at St Thérése Church Banbridge before heading to the Slieve Donard Hotel Newcastle for their photos and reception. The evening entertainment got off to a great start with ‘Fiddler Adam’ performing before that all important ‘first dance’ and a great evening’s craic.
Davina & Geoffrey got married in Banbridge Baptist Church from there they headed to Brownlow House Lurgan for family photos. Then on to Dunadry Hotel Antrim for a few more photos before the reception and a great nights craic.
Clare & Eddie got married just outside Newcastle in Bryansford. From the church they headed the short trip over to Dundrum Castle where a big surprise awaited Eddie, his old Renault 5 lovingly restored & delivered up to the castle. After the photos they traveled to Clandeboye Lodge, Bangor for family photos & the evening reception. Not to be outdone, another surprise awaited, this time for Clare. A new Seat Leon!! The evening began with the entertainment from ‘The Miracles’ all in all ‘a perfect end to a perfect day’.