Emma and Rob moved from a Spring wedding date during Covid to a Christmas Wedding at Mount Wolseley. And judging by the smiles on the day, they were more than happy to get there in the end. With my love of nature and animals, I couldnt resist leaving the brides house to walk down the muddy path and climb the gate in my white runners to say hello to the donkey and little pony. Who seemed quite happy to come up to me and wish me a Happy Christmas. But, the prize for cuteness went to Isabel who never stopped smiling all day. The ceremony took place in the Church of the Holy Trinity in Kildare and with a bit of a drive for their Christmas Wedding at Mount Wolseley, we took some family photos before we left. We arrived for the wedding at Mount Wolseley just before the daylight faded and managed to get a few lamplight photos outside. We were keen to get inside to see the giant Love sign that Rob who previously had been a teacher of metal work had made himself with help from his dad for their Christmas Wedding at Mount Wolseley. It was very impressive, we joked that he really spelled out to Emma how much he loved her. With the lovely staircase for weddings at Mount Wolseley, Emma was dead keen to get a few photos of her dress there. The atmosphere was electric when all the guests went in to enjoy their meal and speeches. With lockdowns all the time, a full on sing song was in order to get everyone smiling, but still the winner for big smiles was held by Isabel in her Christmas red dress. To see more photos from a wedding at Mount Wolseley, click here.
Other suppliers include:
Wedding Dress: Amarra Bridal
Videographer: Eye Capture
Flowers: Finesse Bridal
MakeUP: Sam Corcoran

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