After proposing on the top of breathtaking Knocknarea mountain in Sligo, Ireland, we knew this wedding was going to be pretty spectacular, and Jennifer and David certainly didn’t let us down!
With beautiful details, a stunning bride and a spectacular photographic session we just had to share this dream Celtic wedding with you.
Jennifer looked incredible in her simple, but extremely classic a-line bridal gown with a lace neckline. A pretty hairpiece set into her immaculate up-do and her very classy bouquet of gypsophila finished off her look perfectly.
Not only did her bridesmaids look beautiful in their navy blue dresses with lace detail on the shoulders, but they also added a very glamorous and very chic touch to their outfits with en-trend metallic shoes and carried gypsophila bouquets to match the bride.
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The groom and his groomsmen looked incredibly handsome in their blue suits and navy ties to match the pretty bridesmaids. Mini gypsophila buttonholes were a cute addition to their suits, a great statement of their chosen wedding flowers.
After their traditional ceremony at the Shanahee Church in Belmullet, Co Mayo, the couple and their wedding party headed to Ballyglass Lighthouse for an incredible photography session with their photographer Mark Capilitan. The intense Altantic Ocean and magnificent coastal views were the perfect backdrop for their very unique and memorable photos. Jennifer and David also enjoyed a few special moments alone with their photographer capturing some very special images, their first as husband and wife.
After this special private time away from everything, the couple re-joined their guests at the Broadhaven Bay Hotel for their fun wedding reception. Drinks, food and dancing were the order of the evening.
We loved their opulent candelabra! They looked incredibly striking as their centrepieces. A fantastic naked cake with a very cute and personalised cake topper featuring their pet pooch was definitely the perfect way to end a perfect day.