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        Anna and Tom’s wedding was a dream to work on in any way: the couple was amazing, their families were lovely, all the styling looked so pretty plus WE HAD TIME for everything! Time is huge for a photographer. Also I love working in Horetown House, an old country house, an exclusive venue hire, which suited Anna and Tom perfectly. Anna is originally from Sweden and this was a perfect spot to come togteher with their families and be in the moment. They all arrived the night before, that is one of the bonuses about Horetown House, that you have an option to spend a weekend for your wedding in one place. Anna did a lot of hands on work for the wedding herself, most notably she did her own dress and I find it absolutely impressive! She is a true talent as she did the bridesmaid dresses also! The whole set up was so dreamy for their big day: I love the way the pink color pops suited prfectly the white ceremony room in Horetown House. And just look at the dining room! So pretty! Anna and Tom have two adorable daughters and I love how they were part of the day – their daughters drawings and paintings were printed onto the ribbon that was used during the handfasting ceremony. Their whole day was so relaxed – Anna and Tom opted for first look and we had all of the couple photos and family photos with their kids done before ceremony, so there was absolutely no rushing after. I always suggest doing the pictures with kids as early as possible since it is a long day for them and they usually get tired (as seen on the photo during dinner!).

        Suppliers of the day:

        Video: House of Ren

        Reception: Horetown House

        Hair by: Catriona McLoughlin Higgins

        Makeup by: Dawn Coveney

        Wedding Dress: Made by the bride

        Grooms suit: Moss Bros

        Bridesmaid dresses: Made by the bride

        Flowers: Mad about flowers

        DJ: Aidan Kavanagh



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