Aimee & Bernard - Ballybeg House
Many splendid moments in the life of this couple in which I started to admire. The big day was simply extraordinary; they managed to show the happiness they had from the beginning ready to the last minute. Good energy being spread around the wedding venue during the whole preparation and ceremony.
A wedding at Ballybeg House doesn't cost much compared with other venues in Ireland.
Located in County Wicklow, Ballybeg House is a strong pick and the pictures can explain what I mean. The 135 acres of woodlands surrounding the house provides a unique experience, in which Aimee and Bernard and their guests could enjoy an amazing wedding.
One of the features of this wedding venue is the Grouse Lodge, located about 5-10 minutes driving from the main house, and this is where the bride’s getting ready took place. Aimee was beautifully prepared for the wedding by two great professionals: Claire for the makeup and Marian O'Toole as her hair artist. In this romantic, mysterious and charming place, I could picture happiness in everyone’s eyes: moments with a good amount of emotion took part of the ambient.
The medieval style with exposed stonework made Ayers Ceremony Room the place of the moment everybody was expecting. The first one to show up was the bridesmaid with her adorable outfit. After that, the ceremony started and had two amazing moments in which is worth it to mention: ring warming and hand tying, very touching instants that I was flattered to photograph the honesty in the eyes of the couple.
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114 guests accompanied the best day of their lives. There were many lovely elements during that day in which I, fortunately, could record. The people’s speeches made fun reactions on the guests. Besides that, the main characters of the day were also very emotional; after all, their life is changing forever after this day!
One of the most wanted features of a wedding, the dinner, occurred in the Victorian Style Marquee, with an elegant and classy setting, with the help of the Pairsandpeaches crew, the florist. The party went so well that the pictures reveal the most authentic expressions. The first song was Kentish town waltz - Imelda May and after that, great smiles, good energy and a lot of dancing took part of the ambient. All the joy involved was helped by Kooky Ukes Beat Boutique, who made everyone shake it up!