This months blog is taking you on a trip to the Millhouse, in Co. Meath for Deborah and Keiths stunning Boho summer vibe Irish wedding! Deborah wore a bohemian inspired wedding dress from Folkster with a beautiful rose gold jewellery from the z collection from accessorize and soft long white veil. Beautiful braids and hair style loveliness by hair by Martina and beautiful natural make-up by Edwina. The couple had a beautiful ceremony in the Mill on site which had beautiful soft natural light which made everything dreamy. The reception took place in the beautiful Georgian manor house with specially shipped in Crabbies craft beer requested by the groom, Keith for the guests. The marquee dinner setting was country inspired with a white wash of elegance. It was married with a delicate and natural display of freshly picked garden flowers. It was all just perfection.
Last months tiffany blue inspired wedding from Gloster House in Ireland. If you're looking for a gorgeous country estate for your wedding then you must check out this venue. I've photographed there previously and it's just beautiful. Think Pride and Prejudice!
Greg and Elaine currently living in Singapore married at St. Brendans Church in August followed by reception at Gloster House. Elaine wore a custom designed dress by Sharon Hoey and hair by Glen Cullen and make by the wonderfully talented Ailbhe Lynch
Regardless of the rain it was a beautiful day. Lots of soft pastel tones throughout the day to capture and so many lovely details. Elaine put so much thought into the day. It was clear to see by the smiles on their faces during their couple portraits that they had such a loving nature towards each other.
Always, Niamh xox
Mathew and Lauren originally from Minnesota in the USA were married two years in July. To celebrate they decided to have a boho-inspired shoot in the Wicklow mountains, Ireland to remember their time here. Both living in Ireland a year now, it was important for them to capture some wildly romantic and beautiful landscape scenes so they would have these memories forever. Their wedding anniversary shoot takes on a journey through the misty Wicklow mountains, secluded country roads, majestic mountains, and green rolling hills of Ireland. I felt it was apt that we take their journey to one of my favourite spots, Lough Tay or also known as the Guinness Lake. The shoot is Boho-inspired with Lauren wearing a long black dress that the wind just loved and Mathew dressing smart casual for the early misty morning session. Once the mist had cleared that morning we were left with the rich green rolling mountains and the deep black lake of Lough Tay. The contrasting colours with the overcast cloud cover made for a wonderful back drop and lots of moodier shots. These kids are the cutest.