Niamh & Neill’s Theatre Wedding

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  • Welcome back! I can’t hardly believe it’s a new year. Hopefully you all enjoyed a relaxing break with your feet up and too much food. I know I did, though my waistline is definitely hating me for it 😉

    To kick start 2013 I’ve decided to share my last wedding of 2012. 2012 went out with a bang and it’s partly because of these two, Niamh and Neill. You may remember their very unique circus engagement shoot, though you may not recognise them without the makeup! Here they are looking fabulous for their big day. I knew they had something special planned. With such an effort for their engagement shoot they couldn’t disappoint for their wedding day which was held in the Set Theatre at Langtons in Kilkenny. Ceremony and reception all took place in front of the giant stage. It was a gorgeous production with dramatic lighting and the scene was perfectly set to reflect Niamh and Neill. They made a ton of effort on the details and it definitely added to the ambience. Every detail from tables, chairs, napkins, vintage furniture, all the tasty sweet treats were sourced, handmade, and hired out by Niamh and Neill. Special mentions go out to Sarah Foy for designing and creating Niamh’s gorgeous one of a kind wedding gown, Historic Interiors for the beautiful antique rentals, and Best Buds

    When I said 2012 went out with a bang I meant it. Niamh and Neill put on such a fun party for their guests. There were truly lovely suprises and my favourites were their dances. They danced down the wedding aisle together, their first dance started off as any other slow dance would but then a mix of music came on and the bestman and chief bridesmaid (who was actually Niamhs brother!) joined in for some Beyonce and Pulp Fiction action, and then for the grand finale all the guests were given glow sticks to really get the party started. I’m sure everyone (myself included) left on a high that night.

    And of course you can hardly have a wedding in a theatre without a crazy photo in the theatre seating, can you?

Niamh & Neill’s Theatre Wedding

. category: Weddings

Welcome back! I can’t hardly believe it’s a new year. Hopefully you all enjoyed a relaxing break with your feet up and too much food. I know I did, though my waistline is definitely hating me for it 😉

To kick start 2013 I’ve decided to share my last wedding of 2012. 2012 went out with a bang and it’s partly because of these two, Niamh and Neill. You may remember their very unique circus engagement shoot, though you may not recognise them without the makeup! Here they are looking fabulous for their big day. I knew they had something special planned. With such an effort for their engagement shoot they couldn’t disappoint for their wedding day which was held in the Set Theatre at Langtons in Kilkenny. Ceremony and reception all took place in front of the giant stage. It was a gorgeous production with dramatic lighting and the scene was perfectly set to reflect Niamh and Neill. They made a ton of effort on the details and it definitely added to the ambience. Every detail from tables, chairs, napkins, vintage furniture, all the tasty sweet treats were sourced, handmade, and hired out by Niamh and Neill. Special mentions go out to Sarah Foy for designing and creating Niamh’s gorgeous one of a kind wedding gown, Historic Interiors for the beautiful antique rentals, and Best Buds

When I said 2012 went out with a bang I meant it. Niamh and Neill put on such a fun party for their guests. There were truly lovely suprises and my favourites were their dances. They danced down the wedding aisle together, their first dance started off as any other slow dance would but then a mix of music came on and the bestman and chief bridesmaid (who was actually Niamhs brother!) joined in for some Beyonce and Pulp Fiction action, and then for the grand finale all the guests were given glow sticks to really get the party started. I’m sure everyone (myself included) left on a high that night.

And of course you can hardly have a wedding in a theatre without a crazy photo in the theatre seating, can you?