Introducing a Rathsallagh House Wedding for Orla & David
We were blown away when we saw Orla in her wedding dress. This was not her first dress purchased. Leading up to the wedding she decided on this dress and I think she certainly made a good decision! The lace detail was exquisite and matched in very well with the lilac colour of her bridesmaids. It was a busy wedding week for them, as they had travelled over from Australia and had lots of final preparations to do before the big day at their Rathsallagh House Wedding.
The girls got ready at a nearby rental accommodation Ashwell Cottage while David and the lads spent the morning at Killashee House Hotel. The morning preparations flew and we all headed to the ceremony at Dunlavin Church. A scottish theme was evident with all the different kilts on show and the bagpipes to welcome Orla. Our newleyweds came out to the gardens at Rathsallagh House for some romantic photos. We were lucky enough to have mild weather and visited the front and back gardens for some lovely Rathsallagh House wedding photos. Then, during the drinks reception at Rathsallagh, we took some family photos at the front door of Rathsallagh. Keith Malone was also there as videographer to document the day.
Outdoors, the kids enjoyed some fun games and even some rugby. Indoors, the party continued and guests enjoyed a few drinks and canapes. Orla and David showed us the elegant wedding cake and main room before dinnertime and speeches got underway.
When darkness fell, Orla borrowed my tractor welly boots and made the trip over to the famous Rathsallagh House tree for some nighttime photos. The rain was spitting but the two of them were very patient with us in the darkness. I think every Rathsallagh House wedding couple want to have their photo under the Rathsallagh House tree before they get down to some serious dance moves. To see more photos for a Rathsallagh House wedding, click here.