Mount Druid Wedding, with the dreamiest couple.
I first met Maghan and Sean when I convinced them to drive up to Cave Hill for their pre wedding shoot. From down south. I’ve only taken a few couples up to Cave Hill and it’s always a ‘nice’ surprise for them when they discover it’s not actually a little hill, but a great big hike. But so worth it. And the walk and talk up is usually the best part. Such a great way to get to know each other. I liked them immediately. We just clicked and still stay in touch to this day. I love how my job brings new friends into my life. You can have a wee look at that glorious evening here. And you’ll see how the dreamy light follows these guys around and makes me look good. A win for everyone really.
Having been to Mount Druid before (here) I was so excited to get back and shoot there again. If you don’t know Mount Druid attracts the most effortlessly cool couples. Meghan and Sean fit right in. Not only does Sean own his own company of made to measure menswear Hunter Tracey Tailors but Meghan is alway finding the best vintage pre-loved clothes and furniture and up cycling for their home. A couple who know how to follow their passion. And check out Meghan’s unbelievable thrifted dress. The first is an art deco style gown from Barnardos Bridal Rooms. Meghan wore this one for their first look and for the service. The second evening dress, is a more bohemian style from Frock and Frill. I love how she transformed her look and made two completely different styles look that good.
This day was just so chilled and fun and I can image being a guest at this wedding would have been the best day out of the summer. The night ended with guests chilling outside with a beer and for the more energetic ones a boogie on the dance floor.
Also great to work with my pal Paul from Hatch Weddings on this one.
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