Ah, Ireland. Home to shamrocks, rolling green hillsides, and really, really pretty weddings. At least if Siobhan and Ciaran’s wedding is any indicator. Siobhan says, Our main desire for our wedding day was to create a relaxed, enjoyable, and entertaining day for both us and our guests. Our favorite memory of the day has to be standing in the hotel gardens in the unusual scorching heat, sipping Champagne and listening to soft jazz music while various entertainers mingled with our guests. Now that the scene is set, let’s take a look at the rest of Przemek Macias’ photos…
These crystal Louboutins are straight out of a fairytale. What a perfect shoe choice!
Siobhan’s bouquet recipe: peonies and mini roses with ample cascading greenery to finish it off.
The entertainment for the evening included tenors, clowns, impersonators, a band, and a DJ. So fun!
Siobhan and Ciaran have two cute little boys together.
Some advice from the bride… One thing we would have changed was our decision not to have a videographer. We both hate being filmed and were nervous it would make some of our guests feel uneasy too. However, there were parts of the day, such as our young sons walking up the aisle, that we should have allowed to be filmed. My advice to other couples in the same situation is to hire a videographer on a minimal basis, or ask family and friends with good recording devices to capture these moments for you.
Cheers, you two! We wish you many more happy years together!
Photographer: Przemek Macias Photography / Event Coordinator: Weddings With Karen Buchanan / Ceremony Venue: Church of the Immaculate Conception, The Lough, Cork / Reception Venue & Catering: Maryborough Hotel & Spa / Hair: by Hedkandi at Victorfranks / Invitation Designer: Swift Print & Design / Flowers: Jillian O Sullivan / Cake: Valerie, Co. Westmeath / Bride’s Dress: Amanda Wyatt from Belladonna Bridal Galway / Shoes: Christian Louboutin / Men’s Suits: Galvin for Men / Bridesmaid Dresses: The Dessy Group /