As Louise’s dad said himself, Mark would climb any heights for Louise! And he did by proposing to her on top of one!
They chose to have a Christmas time wedding at the stunning Millhouse in Slane. Louise got ready at her parents home near Malahide Estuary. The morning was full of fun and activity with her two friends both called Dee as bridesmaids. We loved Louise’s dress which was in two sections, a top and skirt! Then the two Dee’s wore burgundy dresses.
Anna went down early to the church to capture the lads who went back to their childhood days and were having a laugh on the nearby swings. They did make it back to the church on time for the arrival of Louise and her dad!
After the ceremony, we stopped by the Malahide Estuary for a few photos since Louise told me she used to go crab fishing there as a child. The sky and water looked stunning in the cold winter sunlight. We then headed off to capture the last of the light at Millhouse Slane. It is such a unique venue with lots of quirky backdrops for photographs. With it being so cold and Louise’s midriff on show!, we went inside into the old mill for some indoor photos too. With the ice and glittery high heels, we couldn’t climb to the top of the scaffolding outside but got a few photos on the lower levels. Then, we headed into the warmth of the main house.
Everyone was tucked up in the rooms enjoying the chat. Louise and Mark joined in with everyone for a while, then we got a few family and friends photos before heading in to see the main room. Louise had done a great DIY job on the bunting. Her dad, Harry was brilliant too, having made her pen for signing the registry out of African Black wood and the table numbers on the tables. A very creative family. As
Louise and Mark then told us, they were having speeches at the dinner, we thought we should stay to capture some of the atmosphere in the room before heading on our way to Galway for another wedding. We felt assured that Mark was welcomed into the family, as he has now been added to the family whats app group!