Ciara and Matthew were married on 16th July 2016 during a gorgeous ceremony at Monaghan Cathedral, before hosting their reception at the always stunning, Castle Leslie.
I was delighted when Ciara and Matthew booked me for their Castle Leslie wedding photography! One of my favourite venues, I knew they were set for an amazing day.
When I arrived at Castle Leslie during the bridal preparations, I was amazed at the sense of calmness. The bridesmaids had opened the Moet and as hair and make-up set to work, so did I, capturing those detail shots, which are a welcome addition to a wedding album.
It was evident straight away that so much thought and attention had gone into this wedding, down to the very straws, which flawlessly coordinated with the bridesmaids' dresses.
Ciara choose a fit-and-flare lace gown with sweetheart neckline, complemented perfectly by her dream Jimmy Choo shoes, while her leading ladies stood elegantly by her side in on-trend mauve coloured floor length dresses.
Following a beautiful ceremony, we headed to Castle Leslie for photos, taking advantage of the gorgeous venue's many backdrops, including the lake, for a real wow moment.
After the speeches and meal, the beautiful five-tiered cake masterpiece - which was baked by a family friend - was cut, meaning that all that was left to do was dance the night away to the brilliant sounds of The Edition.
Here's a look at their Castle Leslie wedding photography.
Tanya and Rob were married on the 15th September in 2016 at Tullyveery House, where they also hosted their reception.
The Georgian Tullyveery House is the perfect place to host a wedding, so I was delighted to be asked to photograph Tanya & Rob's special day.
I arrived with the guys firstly, who were chilled out at the Culloden, over freshly poured Guinness, before making my way to join the girls, as bridal party preparations were well underway.
Tanya's dress of choice was an A-line satin gown with lace bodice, while her bridesmaids wore blush pink floor length gowns, which perfectly completed the venue and style of the day.
With the couple opting for an outdoor ceremony, I was on weather-watch all week, and luckily we were graced with a mild September day. Guests thoroughly enjoyed all the amazing details that Tanya & Rob had lovingly prepared, which added to the day, for sure.
The grounds boast beautiful manicured laws, so following the ceremony, we made use of the stunning backdrop for photos. We also meandered a little further and found an idyllic country lane for some more romantic shots at sunset.
What an amazing day from start to finish.
Sarah and Andrew were married on the 17th September 2016 during a gorgeous ceremony at St Mary's Chapel, Omagh, before hosting their reception at the picturesque Lough Erne Resort in Enniskillen.
There's no denying that there's something special about a Lough Erne Resort wedding, so I was definitely excited about photographing Sarah and Andrew's big day there.
I arrived with the guys firstly, who had headed to the local pub for a pint of Guinness to ease any nerves. Over at the girls' house, the Champagne was popped open as bridal preparations got underway, leaving me to capture those all important detail shots, of which there were plenty.
Sarah's choice of an A-line flowing gown with lace bodice, was complemented by metallic Jimmy Choos and a floral crown, to offer a whimsical vibe, while her bridesmaid wore a fitted dress in a light blush pink, to effortlessly tie everything together. The flowers by Sarah's aunt, Michele from Dobbins, Omagh were spectacular for sure, and a talking point amongst guests.
Following the beautiful ceremony, we made our way to Lough Erne Resort, using the area's many spectacular locations for their wedding photography. Admittedly, I have a soft spot for photos by the lake!
After the speeches had been delivered, meal had been eaten and cake had been cut, we nipped outside for a few more photos, just as the sun was beginning to set, adding an extra layer of romance.
Afterwards, guests hit the dance floor to the sounds of The Rockits.
Catherine and Jovi were married on the 9th July 2016 during a ceremony at St Patrick's Church, Belfast, before holding their reception at Cultra Manor.
From start to finish Catherine & Jovi's Cultra Manor wedding day was filled with so much laughter.
I began by visiting the groomsmen at Belfast's Merchant Hotel and then popped to see the girls as prep for the day got underway. It was clear from the onset that the couple had put so much thought into their wedding, which was effortlessly portrayed in their finishing touches.
Catherine choose a mermaid style embellished dress, while her leading ladies stood by her side in floor length blush pink dresses. Beautiful bouquets of pink peonies tied the colour scheme together.
Following the beautiful ceremony at St Patrick's Church in Belfast, we made our way to Cultra Manor, stopping at Crawfordsburn Country Park, firstly. The sun shone, enhancing the area's beautiful colours, which really popped in photos.
Culta Manor is also rife with plenty of perfect locations so we meandered throughout its streets, stopping at various locations for photos.
Guests were thoroughly entertained throughout the reception and hit the dance floor for the rest of the night.