Meadhbh and Andy were married in Clonabreany House in September 2018. I’ve shot weddings in Clonabreany House many times, and always enjoy its timeless beauty. On this occasion however, I had even more reason that usual to look forward to the big day.
Although they had been married several weeks beforehand, Aisling and Matt just had to return to Ireland for a summer garden party in Aisllng’s childhood home.
Mount Juliet, Co. Kilkenny; a venue with a timeless, classic, and discerning reputation. Off I went to one of Ireland’s most famous hotels at the height of summer. Everything and everyone was professional to a tee. It’s worth the hype.
For anyone who is thinking of involving their own children in their special day, Lucy and Anthony’s wedding provides lots of inspiration of ways to increase children’s active participation in such an important day for the family.
This was just my third wedding, and I managed to achieve one of my favourite yet absolutely most difficult photos. Can you guess which one it is? Hint: It required Sue and Keith to stand completely still for 30 seconds!
‘Go stand over there on that cliff face’ I said. ‘Ok’, they said! Well I’m so glad these two were up for the climb in their gorgeous wedding gowns, because look at the resulting photo, shot in Howth, Co. Dublin
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