Introducing Laura and Paddy’s City Centre Wedding at Cliff Townhouse Dublin
Laura & Paddy chose a City Centre Wedding at Cliff Townhouse Dublin. Now I knew from the offset on chatting to this lovely couple, they wanted a low key wedding day. Laura told me there were no bridesmaids and groomsmen. She just wanted to enjoy getting ready in her parents house in Kilsaran near Castlebellingham and enjoy the morning surrounded byher close family. When I rocked up to the house, I just loved the vibe. The family were all making tea constantly and chatting in the kitchen. Laura’s mum was just so friendly and joked it was very important to get a photo on the staircase as she was very proud of the length of the time the carpet had been in situ. So, what better place to hang the dress for a photo. Paddy quite the gent, got ready in his parents house not far away and was there in time at St Mary’s Church in Kilsaran to meet his bride. The archway of flowers outside the church looked stunning, provided by Flower Studio. It was so cute to see the two of them together in the church, just constantly smiling. Their ceremony was just so much fun and had everyone involved. We decided as it was a bit of a spin into city centre for their wedding at Cliff Townhouse we would take our family photos before we left. The newleyweds came back to Laura’s parents house for a few photos in the garden. Laura told us about her childhood memories of boiling eggs at Easter in the little woodland. So what better place to have a few photos taken, with all those fond memories from childhood. bbb Then, we jumped into the car from our tranquil country setting and headed to Stephens Green City Centre Dublin to soak in all that Christmas time buzz. Laura and Paddy enjoyed a few drinks and a chat in the super setting of a Georgian Townhouse, with amazing views over Dublin. We asked them to come out on the balcony to take in the city views before we headed for a stroll down Grafton Street. With having a City Centre Wedding at Cliff Townhouse Dublin, you had to go see all the Chirstmas lights. The two of them were amazing and with all the shoppers bustling past, they only had eyes for each other. Then, back we head to the wedding at Cliff Townhouse and got ready to enjoy the comedian Fred Cooke, hailing from Kells, Co Meath. The meal was just mouth watering, I had to say I loved the soup! Then, Laura and Paddy got up for their first dance, they did an amazing job considering they had told me they be more like rabbits jumpging around than serious competitors of Stictly!
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