As this is a long blog post, I’m going to keep the text short and hopefully, to the point.
This is the wedding of Rob and Callie and all I can say is that, if you look though this blog post and don’t feel their good vibes bursting from the screen then I have failed as photographer because these to people are two of my favourites. That’s a big statement considering I’ve only be around them for a day.
Rob and Callie are people persons. It’s what matters to them most. Family and friends first of course, but their interaction with complete strangers (me and a few other people at the wedding) is what I was most impressed by. They look at you, right into the very back your eyeballs, reach out and touch your arm letting you know that “I’m talking to you now… just you”. It’s so small but yet on wedding days people are usually rushing around, some tmes worrying about smalls things that seems to utterly massive but Rob and Callie never did that. Not once. They were 100% present. Present with their friends, their family, with strangers and most imporantly, with each other.
I need to be more Rob and Callie and I certainly need more of Rob and Callie in my life.
Hair – Joanne Kelly
Makeup – Callie and her girls did their own.
Florist – Adonis Flowers in Dublin
Dress – Justin Alexander, veil by Sash and Veil
Shoes – Callie wore an old pair of her own shoes.
Stationary – Made their own on Canva, but added great photos by their awesome photographer pal Emma Good.