So today’s post is one that’s very close to my heart. It’s the wedding of my very dear friends Róisín and Gary.
And I have to say, I feel more pressure putting together this blog post, than I did when I shared our own wedding. It was such an incredible day, with so much heart, soul, style and hard work put into it – I just hope the post does it justice. (It makes me glad I haven’t attended all the real weddings we share – I don’t think I’d ever get my work done!).
This was one of those wonderful weddings where the groom was just as passionate as the bride (if not more so) about everything going off without a hitch.
Each gorgeous DIY detail was so finely executed, it didn’t look DIY. The food was so beautiful, it felt more like a fine restaurant, than something catered for 100+ people. And the setting at Lisnavagh House was so atmospheric, it felt like a film set.
Every last thoughtful detail and the gorgeous pair at the centre of it all, were captured by renowned fine art photographer, Brosnan Photographic.
(Stay tuned for their wedding film by Ciarán Dooley coming later today – and make sure you check out the gallery for all the details we couldn’t squeeze into the post.)
It started with a romantic church ceremony, it ended in the wee hours with a silent disco under the stars (I’m glad there’s not much photographic evidence of that part!) and in the middle, was a whole lot of wonderful.
I asked Róisín & Gary for three words to describe their wedding. Their answer? “So much love.”
I couldn’t have put it better myself…