Happy New Year everyone! With these colder January days upon is I thought it’d be nice to travel back in time a little bit to a blue sky day in October last year – mind you the day in October was pretty cold too but hopefully, that doesn’t come across in the images. This was the day when Hannah and Daragh got married. The day started at Loughcrew House, the home of Saint Oliver Plunkett, where both Daragh and Hannah got married. It was a beautifully relaxed morning with friends and family popping in and out of rooms as the ceremony got closer.
The ceremony took place just minutes away at the ruin that is the St Oliver Plunkett Church. It’s a fabulous place to get married. Steeped in history as well as being breathtakingly beautiful when you first enter that open-air space. Real fairytale stuff. I’m sure I wasn’t the only person there who thought that this has to be one of the more beautiful places to get married.
The rest of the day was spent back at Loighcrew House. The temperatures rose a little and pretty much everyone ended up enjoying their drinks and canapes in the courtyard where the low sun cast those lovely long shadows. The smell of the pig on the spit made sure that everyone’s appetite was at the ready before a long night of dancing. Speaking of dancing, I have never seen a dance off like I did at this wedding. Team Groom and Team Bride both put up one hell of a challenge but poor Daragh never had a chance.
A big thanks to Hannah and Daragh for having me there. It was a pure joy.
Scrolling finger at the ready and all of the suppliers info is at the bottom.
Hair – Claire Barry
Makeup – Niamh Martin
Florist – Vilma O’Reilly – O’Reilly Flowers
Dress – David’s Bridal (UK)
Shoes – Dune (brides shoes)
Stationary – DIY (including a lot of the decorations)
Band – The Mixtape
Ceremony music – DARA Quartet
Food – BBQ style, pig on a spit – Gourmet Food Parlour
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