The perfection of a Stanhope Gardens wedding day is measured in laughter and tears, hugs and kisses, long silences, gasps, applause and well wishes.
Emma and Neil have known and loved each other for years, so it was no surprise to see them surrounded by their cumulative family and friends, delighted at their new beginning.
Neil, and his groomsmen, readied themselves at Neil and Emma’s apartment – somewhat cursing the oncoming heat of the day and the wisdom of three piece suits, but, in valour going with it, and looking very fine indeed.
Back at Emma’s parent’s the girls were in the final stages of hair and make-up. (As a side-note really good hair and make-up will last throughout the day under really extreme conditions, which is exactly what we saw). Emma’s bridesmaids helped her into the dress and laced and laced the back.
Out to the cars, past the neighbours yelling support, and over to the Blessed John XXIII Catholic Church, a new architectural marvel at Stanhope Gardens.
After photographs at Fagan Park, Galston, it was back to celebrate with everyone at The Hills Lodge Hotel at Castle Hill. The evening continued with great speeches, Irish toasts, dancing and a whirlwind of celebrations. What a perfect way to start a marriage.
If you’ve found the one, the love of your life, and you are now planning your wedding (and especially a Stanhope Gardens wedding) and want beautiful photography to remember this special day then it’s time to talk to Sarah or myself. We take compelling, elegant and timeless stills. We capture the most valuable images in the world. Yours.
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