Aisling and David’s wedding in The Millhouse on the banks of the River Boyne in Slane was a gorgeous event at which to be wedding photographer. The couple gave me free reign for the day to be as creative as I wanted, which got some truly amazing results.
Pre-wedding at the manor
The preparations for the day took place in the stunning Georgian Manor House. Nicola Dooley came to do the bridal party’s hair and Grainne Kaneswaran was in charge of make-up. Aisling shone in a beautiful, elegant dress from deStafford.
Exquisite industrial space
The ceremony took place in the Old Mill. I loved the warehouse style of the building with its exposed bricks and open-beamed ceilings. The gospel choir performed upbeat and joyful songs reflecting the happy occasion. The celebrants of the service were two of David’s aunts, which added that extra-special, personal element to the wedding ceremony.
A touch of decadence
The wedding banquet took place in the Manor House under a romantic ceiling of light and lace with funny and emotional speeches delivered by the Aisling and David’s nearest and dearest. After the reception the couple and their guests indulged in a cigar and port reception followed by sparklers in the fairy-lit orchard before the first dance. The night’s entertainment was provided by wedding band, the Bentley Boys, who brought the energy up a notch, filling the dancefloor with bride, groom and all their guests. The videographer recording all the craic on the day was Ray Yore.
You can see the images I captured of Aisling and David’s wedding here