Fiona and Anthon had a very near perfect day and it was entirely down to them doing things their own way. I say “near perfect” because there is no craic in perfection. After a lovely ceremony everyone walked over to the Luas and went straight to the pub (no city parking!). It rained for maybe 10 minutes and then the air became crisp and clear for our walk around St Stephen’s Green. A good example of why rain isn’t always a bad thing, a lot of times the light after a rain is an absolute dream. Then over to the Westbury for dinner and dancing. Fiona got a wedding blessing from a canine Garda officer which was the best thing ever because . . . dogs. The day was relaxed and everywhere we looked people were smiling and laughing. We worked alongside Rodolphe from Best Day Productions who is without a doubt our favorite wedding filmmaker. You can see Fiona & Anthon’s wedding film here.
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What happens when a German girl meets a Swiss boy in Dublin? One hellavu wedding that's what. Anja & Benedikt were married just at the first sign of Spring in a woodshed surrounded by their people. It rained a little and it didn't matter one bit. They had the perfect outlook of whatever happens happens and we'll roll with it. We particularly loved that Anja's best friend walked with her down the aisle. We didn't understand a word of their family speeches, but understood completely at the same time. We would shoot this day over and over again if we could.
Here's to Nuala and Caolan whose spark is so bright I instantly loved them. I loved that Nuala eschewed traditions and walked herself down the aisle. I loved that her mother gave the first speech. I loved that their passion for life, their friends and their ideals basically radiated from them. I loved this day, every bit of it.
A very special thanks to Kelly McAllister for second shooting. That crazy amazing flower crown was made by The Rosehip And Berry Floral Studio.