Andree & James’s City Chic Wedding

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  • In October I had the pleasure of photographing Andree and James’s wedding at the Cliff Town House in Dublin. You may remember their beach engagement session from earlier in the year.

    Andree and James had a lovely relaxed wedding. They were married in the Unitarian Church on St.Stephen’s Green which meant no long journeys from one location to another. Andree got ready in the Cliff Town House. My favourite detail was her birdcage veil that was handmade by her crafty mother. Andree wore a stunning Jenny Packham dress and a pair of gold tone Buffalo shoes. She also handmade her Dolce Vita rose bouquet; flowers from the market wrapped with a bit of twine. She added a few lovely touches throughout the day such as lanterns hanging from the church pews and their initials which were bought in Avoca. But the best bit of the day were their wedding portraits. The lovely soft light and their naturalness with each other was a winning combination. I happily could have spent hours photographing the pair.

    On the wedding day I had a bit of an embarrassing moment when I found out the groom had a twin. Or rather didn’t find out until I said hello to James and it turned out to be his brother! But we laughed it off. Later in the evening he gave one of the best bestman speeches I’ve heard. But what really had everyone in stitches was when he pulled out a life size cardboard cut out of James, or ‘cardboard Jimmy’ as he was nicknamed. Cardboard Jimmy even made an appearance on the dance floor. What a fun wedding! To Andree and James, thank you for letting me be part of your wedding!

Andree & James’s City Chic Wedding

. category: Weddings

In October I had the pleasure of photographing Andree and James’s wedding at the Cliff Town House in Dublin. You may remember their beach engagement session from earlier in the year.

Andree and James had a lovely relaxed wedding. They were married in the Unitarian Church on St.Stephen’s Green which meant no long journeys from one location to another. Andree got ready in the Cliff Town House. My favourite detail was her birdcage veil that was handmade by her crafty mother. Andree wore a stunning Jenny Packham dress and a pair of gold tone Buffalo shoes. She also handmade her Dolce Vita rose bouquet; flowers from the market wrapped with a bit of twine. She added a few lovely touches throughout the day such as lanterns hanging from the church pews and their initials which were bought in Avoca. But the best bit of the day were their wedding portraits. The lovely soft light and their naturalness with each other was a winning combination. I happily could have spent hours photographing the pair.

On the wedding day I had a bit of an embarrassing moment when I found out the groom had a twin. Or rather didn’t find out until I said hello to James and it turned out to be his brother! But we laughed it off. Later in the evening he gave one of the best bestman speeches I’ve heard. But what really had everyone in stitches was when he pulled out a life size cardboard cut out of James, or ‘cardboard Jimmy’ as he was nicknamed. Cardboard Jimmy even made an appearance on the dance floor. What a fun wedding! To Andree and James, thank you for letting me be part of your wedding!