Another year is coming to an end, and what a year it has been! For me it has flown by in the spirit of beauty, travel and love. I got to capture so many beautiful couples this year. I couldn’t be more inspired looking back on all the precious memories we’ve created. Hopefully some of the images below will bring inspiration to you if you are planning your wedding!

Spring in the Country

One of the first spring weddings I photographed this year turned out to be one of the most memorable and exciting. Sinead and Drew tied the knot in a unique and personal ceremony at Martinstown House. If you are looking for country house venue inspiration featuring a vintage wedding venue, a garden reception and some donkeys – this one is for you!

The Summer Heat

Irish summer of 2018 basked us in amazing weather, and outdoor wedding ceremonies were a huge hit. This Horetown House wedding blew me away with how relaxed and in love my couple was. Head to the blog to see what DIY bouquets can look like and how to nail your sparkler exit.

The Festival of Autumn

Autumn erupted in a festival of colours, both in Dublin and in the country. I couldn’t get enough of the beautiful foliage, and this year’s autumn wedding are some of my favourites. Elaine and James had a true Dublin wedding in Fallon & Byrne. Check out their big day for a gorgeous bridal look and some amazing florals!

Mary-Ellen and Ali’s wedding at Marlfield House had serious vintage feels about it. A Cuban Chevrolet, an authentic vintage dress, emotional speeches and a rock-n-roll first dance – this day had it all!

Christmas Magic

Finally, Christmas came with its magic and fairy lights. I can’t remember Dublin looking better! Even a storm couldn’t put a damper on Aoife and Matt’s Trinity college wedding. These two show you exactly what to do if it rains on your wedding day. The rain just makes all the lights shine brighter! Check out their wedding for out-of-these-world florals and the cutest polka dot wedding dress.

Scroll down for some intimate moments, genuine smiles, sweet tears unposed kisses and warm hugs. If these are just important to you in your wedding photographs – GET IN TOUCH and tell me about your wedding plans.

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