Yvonne and Noel may have chosen to get married in the summer but Noel proposed to her in winter; Christmas eve in front of the tree.
It was only right that they had Carol as one of the bridesmaids, since she had introduced them over 9 years ago.

On the wedding day, Yvonne got ready at her parents house in Tallaght while Anna went over to the grooms house to photograph them.

Yvonne told me the theme for her wedding day was blue, glitter and ivory. We headed into Trinity Chapel in the centre of town for the ceremony. It was so nice to see all the tourists taking photographs when Yvonne arrived outside the church. Especially, the Japanese tourists who were clicking their cameras madly! I think she proved more popular than the Book of Kells.

The chapel inside is so impressive that it made the ceremony extra special.

When it was over, all the guests enjoyed chatting in the sunshine with the backdrop of the college, students and daily city life. We headed off with the bridal party to do some photos around the centre courtyard and then we followed the fabulous white Bentley to Coliemore Harbour in Dun Laoghaire. We had fun chatting to the sunbathers and the fishermen while taking some scenic snaps.

Then, we all headed to Killiney Castle to greet all the guests and enjoy a glass of champagne. We did some photos in the gardens before the rain started and then headed in to do some photos by the staircase and to see the lovely 3-tiered wedding cake.

Yvonne and Noel had an action packed fun day with dancing till late courtesy of the Prickly Pears. Then, they were planning a honeymoon to New York and Hawaii, NICE!




One response to “Yvonne & Noel, Killiney Castle”

  1. Jacky Hegarty says:

    Beautiful photos

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