Emma & Robert
At last Google maps gets it right.. Emma’s family home was located down the country roads and lanes of south Down but my directions were good and I arrived to find the house buzzing. Stephanie Nelson was flawlessly applying make up in one room and Helen Campbell exquisitely doing hair in the other.
Dad had the amazing Landrover ready and waiting at the front door, a long time had been spent getting the Landrover ready and it looked spectacular.
On to the Mill at Ballydugan to meet a nervous Robert. The sun was shinning in the early Autumn light and as the girls arrived looking breathtaking and everything was in place and good to go. The Ceremony room was looking beautiful.
After the formalities were done everyone made their way out to the courtyard for ice cream and refreshments. Here we carried out our group photos and also got the whole wedding party gathered up for a photo.
The wedding was very relaxed and we took the time to make the short walk over to the lake side lawn for bridal shots, the new garden in front of the recently opened Lakehouse is fantastic for photography and the swans even made an appearance.
Then back over to the Mill as the guests got ready to sit down to a beautiful meal. The beef was like a little piece of heaven. The speeches were a lot of fun and Maureen done her open mic piece giving everyone a chance to wish the newlyweds the best of luck.
The evening light was so good we popped out again after the meal for a few shots in the Mill gardens. Rebecca McParland got the party going and we even got the sparklers out to finish off a fantastic day.
Thanks for having me capture your special day guys. It’s always an honour.
Here is a taster of their day.
Video: Orchard Video
Emma’s dress: Naomis of Ballynahinch
Mens Suits: Collar and tie Lisburn
Cake: Patrica Eccles cakes