Alison & James | Wedding | Cabra Castle

Dec 20, 2016

Well hey there!! And welcome to my very first blog – and we’ll get things rolling with Alison and James’s beautiful wedding.

Alison and James got married on 20th December 2016 with their ceremony at Church of Ireland in Irvinestown, Co. Fermanagh, before travelling to Cabra Castle, Kingscourt, Co. Cavan, where they hosted their reception.

This was just a few days before Christmas which I think made it extra special.

They were a gorgeous couple to photograph. So relaxed, and so very much in love! Having got married in Alison’s home town of Irvinestown, Co. Fermanagh, we then made our way down through Co. Cavan to Kingscourt, to the magnificent 19th Century Cabra Castle Wedding destination Hotel. I doubt if the weather made friends with anyone that day with it being a rather, typically dark, cold, wet and rainy Irish winter’s day, but I’m glad to say it certainly didn’t dampen anyone’s spirits. The speeches were an absolute hoot! I don’t know if you’ve ever tried taking photographs in really low light, whilst laughing away to yourself, but let me assure you it’s not easy! Loved them!

Later that night, we were even graced with a little dry spell which coincided perfectly for their sparkler send-off. A really nice touch before dancing the rest of the night away.

Here’s a little selection of some others throughout the day……enjoy 🙂

It really was a beautiful day, for a lovely couple. Thank you very much for having me as part of it!

….I’m off now to design their gorgeous wedding album…x

The Wedding Vendors

Here’s a wee shout out to all of the wedding vendors that helped make Alison and James’s wedding day special:

(please contact me if you would like to be added to this list)

Florist: Flowers by Ruth Hood

Venue: Cabra Castle

And for more information about me wedding photography, just click here for more information. 🙂

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