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.
Oh 2015 you were a sly minx! From Connemara to Kenmare to Cork and back again (more than once) it was an incredible year. We are more than 5 years into this game and growing ever more thankful every year that these beautiful souls invite us to put our mark on their memories. It is nothing short of a privilege and we still feel like we are just getting started.
Kristi still crys at every wedding and Neal still revels in the shot of adrenaline before each ceremony. To all suppliers who worked behind the scenes to make our jobs easier, thank you. To all the families who welcomed us in their homes (and countless cups of tea offered), thank you. To all the bridesmaids and groomsmen (and even the bridesmen) who offered helping hands and guidance, thank you. To our community of photographers who support us in countless ways, thank you. Most importantly, to our brides and grooms who were nothing short of beautiful people doing things exactly the way they wanted to do them, thank you!
*a little Father Ted(ism)
Anna and Lee were married in one of our favourite venues, The Millhouse in Slane. These guys had the perfect mix of style and substance and surrounded themselves with an incredible group of family and friends. We loved every minutes of this day (and when Neal saw they were serving Football Special he just about lost his mind).