Breda and Michael's vintage style wedding in Dublin town.

Breda and Michael's vintage style wedding in Dublin town.

As promised here are some more shots from Breda and Michael's amazing vintage wedding. 

I don't know where to begin with this wedding. I just loved every inch of it. Breda and Michael didn't stick to traditions and created a day that reflected who they are. Their passion for music, film and style inspired their venues, details and style. 

Their style just blew me away. Breda had her dress and cape made by 'flossy and Dossy' in Glasgow. I have never seen a bride in a mini skirt and cape, truly unique and to die for. They both look like they had just stepped out of a classic 60's movie. With this in mind Breda and Michael were happy to try out some unconventional and perhaps cinematic portraits. Their first look was in an empty pub beer garden. We ventured down dark city alley ways and into dusty old snooker rooms. I was in my element. 

Thanks so much to Breda and Michael for letting me be part of this incredibly stylish wedding. You were a joy to work with. 

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A tiny peak at Breda and Michael's retro wedding in the heart of Dublin City.

A tiny peak at Breda and Michael's retro wedding in the heart of Dublin City.

My last wedding of 2016 and it could very well be my favourite. What a way to end the year. When I first spoke with Breda and Michael the word 'music' was mentioned more than 'wedding' or even 'photographs', I knew this was a good sign. Im a big music fan and talking to them felt like I had met old friends. Michael is a musician and Breda is a music blogger. They are warm and sincere with a strong sense of themselves and this comes through in their amazing sense of style. I have never seen a bride on a mini dress or a cape, I was blown away. I am so glad that I got to be part of this day, Thanks guys.

I can't wait to get started on the rest of the edit, particularly the first look. Watch this space for more. 

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Jackie and Mark. Incredible craic in Kinsale!

Jackie and Mark. Incredible craic in Kinsale!

I had known Jackie as a friend of many of my friends for a long time. She always seemed like so much fun so when she asked me to shoot her wedding I jumped at the chance. Despite the fact that I was going to be quite heavily pregnant on the day I just had to say yes. Kinsale is one of my favourite places in the world, a bunch of my friends were going to be there, it's summer time, it had to be amazing and it was. 

Weddings are emotional by nature but I think that this must have been the most emotional wedding I was ever at (or maybe it was just my hormones!), but seriously there was so much laughter and so many tearful eruptions it just blew me away. I suppose this is what happens around gorgeous people like Jackie and Mark. 

To add to the fun I had an incredible second shooter to assist me and my bump on the day. My friend and great wedding photographer Aidan Oliver melted into the back ground (as he does) and grabbed some amazing details and sneaky candid shots of the guests. I can't thank him enough for his help and sharing his brilliant talent. 

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My favourite kind of wedding. A pink dress, a first look and a lot of laughs. Donna and Paddy's big day at Conygham Arms, Slane.

My favourite kind of wedding. A pink dress, a first look and a lot of laughs. Donna and Paddy's big day at Conygham Arms, Slane.

It's a sunny autumn day. The bride is wearing pink. We have a first look surrounded by beautiful tree's and the craic is mighty. What's not to love about Donna and Paddy's big day. It was so much fun, particularly when the bride decided to sneak out for a cheeky pint with her best bud's. Thanks so much to Donna and Paddy for being so warm, relaxed, fun. I had a great day. See you at the next one x

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