The romantics among us would not have to be told what day February the 14th is, therefore there was plenty of love in the air on what felt like a spring morning. The daffodils were in full bloom and there was even the odd lamb bouncing the fields of Kilcoo.
Caoimhe and her trusty bridesmaids greeted me at the door where preparations were well under way, in fact they were well ahead of schedule and relaxing in the kitchen. This gave me time to grab a few snaps before making my over the near by country side to Niall’s home. As per usual the boys were just not as efficient but weren’t long getting ties tied and flowers pinned on, of course mum took the reins here.
Back to the girls and they are ready to get the show on the road. Everyone is buzzing and looking amazing. We get all we need then make the short journey up to Kilcoo church. I absolutely love shooting weddings here as the light is always great. Today is no different as the sun beams though the stained glass windows filling the church with a lovely warm light.
After the wedding had concluded we then made our way over to lough Island Reavey and Kilcoo GAA playing fields. So much history has been made here and Niall being the proud grounds keeper we just had to grab a shot. The light was magical and the weather was very mild, we couldn’t have asked for more.
Then straight to the magnificent Cabra Castle, grab a shot with the Irish wolf hound, then the family photos covered so everyone could relax before being called for the meal. Afterwards Caoimhe & Niall took 10 minutes to get a few night time images in front of the castle. It was then time to get the dancing shoes on as the High Class Hobos rocked the night away.
Thanks for having me capture your special day guys.
Here is a few memories of the wedding.
Cars – Unity Wedding Cars
Brides Dress – Castle Bridal, Castlewellan
Suits – Louis Boyd, Newry
Video – Nicky McAtee
Flowers – Seamus Travers
Cake – Colly’s Cakes, Newry
Band – High Class Hobos