When the Bride or Groom is from another Country it brings an added spice to a wedding. The Groom in this instance was from the UK but he settled right in. Our jovial British friends were well able to handle Irish wit and all mingled on a happy day with aplomb. I had no problem with the accents at all, the Cavan ones though took a little more work. Being a married man I don’t chase ladies, the exception being I had to chase the brides mother all day just to get one photograph, she made me earn it!
This wedding reception was held at the Errigal Hotel, Cootehill, Cavan with some of the images taken at a stunning property quite close to the venue called Cabragh House. The owners of this house were awesome and we managed to stick one of them into a photo ( as he cringed in a jumper and wellies). The drinks reception in the Errigal was perfect with all guests contained in a spacious reception room so no one got lost or went missing. Karen & Lochlann smiled from the start of the day to the end, through cold weather, tearful speeches and hilarious poems. Every child at the wedding added a joy to events with both outstanding behaviour and fun, it doesn’t always go like that. Karen has been the most amiable and relaxed Bride to speak to and work with and apart from down right refusing to let her dress fall onto wet grass she carried herself like a true lady throughout the day. Karen (and I’m sure Lochlann too) went for an understated approach to the day, nothing was too much and everything worked. It was about the people who were there before anything else. It was obvious on the faces of the guests that this was a day to remember with quality heckling, not so quality dancing and a general vibe that this was one day being enjoyed by everyone.
To all four parents, thank you for your friendly engagement. To Lochlann’s Grandfather, you cut a figure in that suit, thank you for sitting for me. Karen & Lochlann, these are just a fraction of the images you will receive shortly, they tell some but not all of the story so take them in and wait just a little longer for the rest. I loved working with you from booking to shooting, my very best, Brian
Videographer on the day was Thomas Whyte