In my initial call with Reilly and Brandt, it was apparent that they were deeply in love and very kind people. When asked about the feeling they wanted for their Irish destination wedding Brandt simply said, ” It has to be extra special’. That meant the location, the setting, the feeling and every moment of the day for the two of them and their families and friends who all travelled to Ireland for the wedding.
Immediately I thought of Luttrellstown Castle and showed them. They loved it. We did look at a few other options to make sure we weren’t overlooking anything else that was extra special but no, Luttrellstown Castle was it for them.
Then we started looking at churches. A Catholic ceremony was important to them, but again, the whole experience had to be considered. We looked at a lot of beautiful church in the Dublin area and settled on the stunning Newman University Church in Dublin city centre.
It played out to be a gorgeous day for this beautiful couple as you will see below in the photos by David Frain.
An Intimate cliff side wedding was Kayleigh and Kurtis’ vision for their destination wedding to Ireland. She knew she wanted uninterrupted views out to see the sea and after considering may possible ceremony locations only one was good enough. It was a site on the Cliffs of Moher walking path. It ticked all of the boxes. Scenic, close to Doolin, epic scenery and their reception location of a pub nearby.
Such a sweet couple, great family and friends, a memorable day with an Epic location!
Thanks to Tomasz Kornas for the photos, Deirdre at Body Treats made our bride even more beautiful, West Clare flowers and Vaughan’s Pub for the great craic!