Emma and Orlagh got married in March at the gorgeous Clonabreany House, which is an old country house in Kells.
It all kicked off the night before in the Headfort Arms in Kells. They had the bridal suite and it was perfect for getting ready with their bridal party and parents around them.
Then we all moved to the venue where girls put their dresses on.
Emma and Orlagh chose Clonabreany House because they just fell in love with it. The right venue was their top priority and they wanted something with the exclusive hire and a wow factor but with a laid-back approach.
After the couple got ready they rode the old, classy car to the ceremony, a beautiful small chapel which was just a short walk away.
Thanks to the celebrant, Romy McAuley, the ceremony was very special and everyone enjoyed it. Also, Emma and Orlagh’s four nieces delivered special readings which made the whole thing really special.
After the ceremony, we had a few minutes to take group pictures and then we walked around the venue to take some portraits. Kudos to girls who managed to look not cold when it was actually freezing!
The reception was at the same venue and they had a cocktail drinks reception in the afternoon. The couple had an amazing 6 tier cheesecake made up of a selection of their favourite cheeses!
I loved the flowers! The couple’s bouquets and all the table decorations, all done by VP Flowers
After the meal and great speeches, (which I enjoy on every wedding because there is so much crack going on) there was a surprise for the guest: drums and fire performance which was spectacular.
The first dance involved the wedding party getting on the dance floor to get the dancing going. Kiara Dignam Band did a brilliant job and the dance floor was full for most of the time and we all, including myself, had a great time!
Thank you, Emma and Orlagh, for letting me be part of your big day!