Kilronan Castle Wedding, Geraldine & Paul

20th August 2013

Geraldine and Paul's wedding took place recently in Keadue Village Co Roscommon followed by a reception the the wonderful Kilronan Castle nearby.
I first met Geraldine almost exactly twelve months prior to her special day! It's great working with a person that enjoys photography, and for this reason Geraldine was a treat to work with. Extremely well prepared, and a happy out attitude made both Paul and Geraldine a great couple to be around and the photos show that they really seemed to make the most of enjoying their wedding day.
Both couples prepared in Kilronan Castle on the morning of the wedding and it was there that I also first met the amicable Paul Noone who was capturing the wedding videography. Paul's business is called Digital Wedding Videos and I thoroughly enjoyed his company all day.
The attention to detail with regards to the wedding was something else.....fair play to Geraldine for putting in the hard work prior to the big day....and then letting the hand brake off and enjoying all her hard work.
The church music was by Sinead Nic Gabhann who was accompanied by Sean de Burca on piano and Aine Kelly on strings.....enchanting stuff to say the least, well done lads!
When the ceremony was over, we captured the family portraits on the church grounds....something that I like to do, allowing family members to relax when we arrive back at the hotel and enjoy the function.
With the family portraits completed, we headed over to the pier in Keadue and spent a short while taking some bridal party portraits....something that was quite easy to do with the stunning looking bride.
From there we headed back to Kilronan Castle for the reception. This was my third wedding in Kilronan, but it was the first occasion where I saw guests enjoying drinks outdoors on the beautiful lawns/gardens.
Geraldine and Paul were able to relax and spend time with family and friends here before the bell called us all down to the function room. The speeches were extremely entertaining, as were the unorthodox props/costumes that Geraldine had organized for guests. Family and friends were invited to take photos using the props and the polaroid cameras printed the funny results immediately....another great touch from the bride.
After the meal, Geraldine allowed herself another few minutes for some images on the staircases in Kilronan before returning back to the function room and dancing the night away.
Thanks Geraldine and Paul for being a super couple to work with and I look forward to crossing paths in the near future.

(Slideshow can be viewed at the bottom of the page)

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