This English couple fell in love with Ireland so much that they decided to organize an Irish wedding! They invited all their friends and family and get married in a gorgeous country house setting. From the moment I heard those plans I knew it was going to be a spectacular wedding! I fell in love with Horetown House on my first visit. That’s why I couldn’t wait to come back there with C&S for their Horetown House wedding a few months later. I mean, if you are looking for a private, charming, stylish venue, this is it. It’s not too far from Dublin and also happens to have the most attentive and accommodation wedding coordinator, so you don’t need to look much further!
C&S had been together for a while but looking at them you’d think they’re still in their dating stages, they are so in love and attracted to each other! They also kept telling me how awkward they felt in front of the camera and I thought they were joking. I can’t imagine a more chilled, relaxed and fun-loving couple who are ready to laugh at anything! Read on and you’ll see what I mean.
The Day Before
On arriving to the little B&B where the bride was getting ready, I discovered gorgeous flowers. They were standing around both in arrangements and in vases all around the place. I wondered why the florist had left so many fresh flowers behind. It turns out that the bride and her two bridesmaids had arranged all the flowers themselves the night before! They hadn’t practiced and happened to do the job at 1am after a few drinks. Not that I’d recommend this for a relaxing pre-wedding activity but it definitely worked this time. Look at the results!
C&S were dreaming of having an outdoor ceremony for their Horetown House wedding. To be honest, the place is so gorgeous they’d have a stunning ceremony anywhere! We kept checking the weather all morning, then tt poured down all the way to the venue, then the wind picked up. Niamh the superstar wedding coordinator was ready to move the whole ceremony indoors a few minutes before it was due to begin. And yet Irish luck worked its magic, and the sun came up just as the bride walked up the aisle. There were cute paige boys, beautiful readings about dinosaurs no less and a confetti exit. And then the biggest surprise. Knowing the bride’s love for HB Brunch, one of her friends had organized a whole box of them to be delivered to Horetown House in the morning. They made for a beautiful addition to post-ceremony prosecco! It was definitely one of my favourite moments of this Horetown House wedding. Yet the most epic moment happened a bit later, on a swing as we were taking romantic photographs. I won’t spoil it for you, scroll on. All I’ll say is when a bride and groom find themselves on the ground and continue laughing- you know that their marriage will last for years and years!