It’s a big drive from Dublin but worth every km for it’s stunning location and scenery.

I was so delighted to meet Ellen and Brian who came all the way from the USA with a select number of family and friends, making this day a very intimate and close event.

Dromoland Castle is a proper castle with stunning period features and walled gardens. Ellen and Brian were expecting a child, which made this wedding even more special. Michelle from Dream Irish Wedding organised the whole event, which ran like clockwork and made everything so easy.

Here are a few favourites…

So imagine coming all the way from the USA to Co. Wicklow to get married and you get the nicest day of the year! How incredibly lucky!

Powerscourt Estate is one of those venues that has everything going for it. The most stunning scenery, old and beautifully restored period house and amazing gardens. Mae and Nick travelled with their famillies and friends to say specially worded vows to each other on this sunny May day. With the help of Collette from Elegant Events, the day was magical in every way.

Here are a few favourite images…

Ok to say I was a little bit excited about this one is an understatement!

It’s always a bit of a thrill to see a celebrity in the flesh, right?

This was a beautiful event on a super-sunny April day in Aqua Restaurant in Howth.

It was organised by Hunter Communications and with Lynn Hunter as the boss, you know it’s going to be a very stylish affair!

Joeanna Caffrey was there decorating the room with the most stunning of floral arrangements. Hydrangea, cacti and tiny starfish adorned the white tablecloths. Everything had a nautical feel with blues and whites.

There was a sweet table to die for, decorated in baby-blue meringues and jars of blue jellies (yes they are having a boy!) The Cake Cuppery did a super job!

The girls drank cocktails and ate gourmet food, overlooking the blue sea and Ireland’s Eye.

Conor joined in the fun a bit later with two friends and as the sun set over the sea, everyone agreed that it was a very special baby shower!

Best of luck to Dee and Conor on the arrival of their little boy 💙




Hollie owns a gorgeous pre-loved designer boutique in Sandymount in Dublin 4, called Cobblerswardrobe selling all kinds of wonderful when it comes to ladies vintage clothing. So it was no surprise that Hollie and Andy’s wedding was super-stylish. Hollie wore a gorgeous vintage 1960’s dress bought in Belfast, with a veil/cape at the back attached to the dress. Andy, who works with his father in the funeral home business, looked handsome in his 3 piece suit from Maurice Abraham’s well know and admired establishment in Dublin.

The venue was Coolbawn Quay in Tipperary on the sunniest of late-October days and below are a few of my favourite shots…

Hollie & Andy’s details.

Wedding dress – Archive 12, a vintage boutique in Belfast

Headpiece also bought in the same boutique

Fur stole was her grandmothers

Shoes – Emmy London

Ice blue bridesmaids wrap dresses and faux-fur jackets – Topshop

Andy’s suit – Maurice Abrahams, South Anne Street, D 2

Make up artist – Judy Wong

Hair – Carolin Zinck

Church Music – Musa

Bouquets all arranged by her bridesmaid Niamh, including buttonholes and table arrangements.

Flowers at church  – Signature flowers 

In China, wearing red means good luck! Hannah and her family were in the studio recently, all wearing red and I think it worked really well.

Choosing the right colours to wear for a family shoot is really important. After all, you will most likely be looking at this family photo in a frame on the wall of your home, for years to come. Hannah lives here with her husband and son and waited until her parents were visiting to come in for a special family shoot.