Posts tagged eloping in Northern Ireland
North Coast Elopement at Kinbane Castle, Limepark Arts & Cottages Wedding - Molly & Lu
Planning your wedding photos for Golden Hour

Golden hour light looks magical in any place whether it’s a wedding in the Irish countryside or in Morocco. It’s often called ‘magic hour’ because of its ability to create stunning portraits and makes a whole lot of difference to any images. It’s when the light is the softest, the most flattering and the most romantic and super easy to work with.

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Dunluce Castle Elopement in Sage and White / Northern Ireland Wedding Photographers
Dunluce Castle sunset engagement shoot / Northern Ireland Wedding Photographers

Sunset engagement pre-wedding photoshoot at Dunluce Castle, Northern Ireland.

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Melissa & Stephen's Causeway Coast Engagement Photos/ Northern Ireland Wedding Photographers

Straight from the sunny Provence and the love story of Lucy & Hayden, coming to you today with this utterly beautiful and adventurous engagement shoot in Northern Ireland. I previously mentioned how I love Causeway Coast and wrote a special blog post talking about all the places to elope in N Ireland. I was beyond excited to hear Melissa & Stephen, who live in Armoy - right next to the Dark Hedges, wanted to have their engagement photos at the beach. The obvious choice was Whiterocks near Portrush! Not only because I photographed another engagement there a year ago and I know all the places for the best light, but also because of the sunny weather forecast. Last time we had a completely different weather, and I wanted to make the most of our adventure day in the sun. I thrive in the sunshine and love bright and airy photos.

Melissa & Stephen brought their tiny dog, which is always a good idea when comes to couples photoshoots. The attention was divided and they could just relax and take a good walk - or run, straight into the cold water! 

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Tasha & Kurtis / Intimate Eco Irish Wedding at Slieve Aughty, Galway

There have been a few funny stories between the Weir family and me, but possibly the funniest one dates back to 2016, of how we met. I have never photographed a wedding at that stage, but I had 2 booked for late summer and autumn and I knew I want to pursue it. Tasha dropped me an email because she was pregnant and she liked the look of my baby photography. I wasn't overly professional at that stage, so I read her email exactly a month after she sent it. Boy, was I mad at myself. But if you ever talked to Tasha you know, that these small things are not a problem for her. She is a pure walking kindness. 

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