I’d been looking forward to Kayleigh and James’ wedding since they booked me, and the excitement had only increased since they proved themselves to be incredibly photogenic in their beautiful golden hour engagement shoot on a beach in Wales.Read More
Daisy and Charlie’s wedding took me to North Devon for the first time, an area which, in spite of living in Plymouth for 6 years, I hadn’t ever explored! What a pleasant surprise it was - all winding lanes and high hedgerows, and all this on what must have been the hottest weekend of the year.Read More
Fiona and Tom arrived in Shropshire from London 24 hours before their wedding to the news that the field they had booked for their rustic marquee reception was totally waterlogged. After several days of torrential downpours, the topsoil had completely washed away, and it was looking like they would have to find an alternative venue as the mudbath was so bad that the marquee was proving difficult to put up!Read More
Anna and Mark's wedding came at the end of a three week adventure up the west coast of Ireland in my campervan (more on that shortly). By the time I reached the tiny village of Cashel in the Connemara, Co. Galway, I had fallen well and truly head-over-heels in love with Ireland, and have to admit I shed a little happy tear when I first set eyes on Anna and Mark's venue, the beautiful Cashel House Hotel.
The hotel was set in abundant gardens, with a plethora of flower-filled nooks and crannies to escape to for our couples portraits, not to mention an atmospheric windswept waterfront across the road. The wedding came at the end of what I believe could be termed as something of a heatwave by Irish standards, and Anna and Mark were blessed with a mostly dry day.
Every part of the wedding was painstakingly considered to make sure it all had a personal feel, from their close friend leading the ceremony, to the hand gathered petal confetti which the couple had been collecting everywhere they went (including their Greek holiday). Guests enjoyed traditional Irish music in the evening, followed by a playlist put together by Anna and Mark - it must have hit the spot because the party was in full swing as I ducked out!
Ireland wedding photography by Olivia Moon Photography. Olivia Moon is a UK wedding photographer, Irish wedding photographer, destination wedding photographer specialising in creative storytelling documentary wedding photography in England, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.