Having met back in their college days, Niamh and Kevin’s love blossomed over a cycle 14 years ago, fast forward to a beautiful bike ride in Central Park where Kevin got down on one knee.
The Big Day:
The weather didn’t put a dampener on the day….it was December so Niamh and Kevin were fully prepared.
The ceremony took place in the picturesque St. Patricks Corracrin in Co. Monaghan which is a short distance from their selected wedding venue.
They chose a beautiful versatile venue, Castle Leslie which meant that they had both in door and outdoor photo options. Castle Leslie at Christmas is so beautiful. I’m in love with the ballroom which you will see in the gallery below. Of course having a photographer like Conor Brennan helps with getting those iconic pictures.
“There was something special about the Castle and the staff that made us feel right at home from our arrival. The place is amazing, the people couldn’t be nicer and the food is delicious … so not a lot to not like!”
Many of their guests got involved with their wedding, one guest made the cake, another guest made over 100 favours as a surprise! Two friends gave their beautiful cars for wedding service. Niamh’s gorgeous Jimmy Choo’s were a gift from her bridesmaids. Now that’s what I call good friends!
“Enjoy all the build-up. Celebrate all the little milestones on the way to the big day. Don’t stress as, without it, you can really enjoy all the little bits. If something isn’t available or does not work out on the day, no one will notice but yourself, so let it slide.”
Wedding Dress: Stephanie Allin from Myrtle Ivory Bridal Couture
Bridesmaids Dresses: Katie May
Shoes: Jimmy Choo
Flowers: Flower’s by Ann
Groom(smen)’s suits: Magee Suits & Protocol For Men
Stationery: Optimal print (invites), place names and mass booklets (made by groom)
Make Up: Aoife Callaghan
Hair: Carla Rose @The Space
Wedding Rings: Bride: Haniken Jewellers – New York & Groom: Commins & Co, Dublin
Ceremony Music: Clara Rose
Band: Bentley Boys
Reception Music: Craddóg
Videographer: Ray Yore Films
The Pictures (By Conor Brennan Photography)
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