tullyveery house wedding photography

Tanya & Rob - Tullyveery House 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. 

Zara & Neville - Tullyveery House Wedding Photography

Zara and Neville were married on the 18th June 2016 at St Andrew's Church, Killaney, before hosting their wedding reception at the spectacular Tullyveery House.

Not many people can say they've had their wedding day broadcast live! As a well-known model, Zara was contacted by the BBC's Love In A Day series, where well known faces from Northern Ireland talked about love, and their wedding day was definitely filled with plenty of that!

The girls kickstarted the day at Michael Quinn Hairdressing and nerves seemed to be at bay. Zara choose a satin fit-and-flare ballgown, while her bridesmaid wore a blush pink fitted dress. Bouquets of flower-of-the-season, peonies, perfectly complemented their dresses.

After the ceremony, we headed to Tullyveery House, where guests took advantage of the good weather, and enjoyed ice-cream and refreshments on the lawn. During this time, I stole the happy couple and wedding party away for some photos, with the beautiful greenery of the grounds and gardens serving as an idyllic backdrop for photos.

The marquee was given a rustic barn vibe, with plenty of finishing touches to keep guests entertained. In particular, the make-your-own pick 'n' mix station was a popular choice with guests both young and old alike.

After the meal, speeches and cutting of the cake, Zara and Neville took to the floor for their first dance, with guests joining them to see the night out in style.