Sarah and Ian – A fun wedding in Dublin

Sarah and Ian are a fun and adventurous couple who decided to get married in Dublin, Ireland. Adventurous you ask? Yes, I don’t think many people would be brave enough to get married on the other side of the world from where they live (Toronto, Canada). Ian has family roots in Ireland, so their idea to get married in Dublin was that since Canada is such a big country then most of their friends and family were going to have to travel anyway.. so why not go to Ireland and gather the whole family from Canada and Ireland?


They arrived a few days before the wedding day so there was time to relax and work on last details. As both families were now in Dublin, they decided to schedule a family photo-shoot, which was great.
The wedding was a great success. Everyone was relaxed and happy all day and night. There was time for all the preparations, a beautiful ceremony and a photoshoot with the terrific bridal-party. We all had a lot of fun going around a few locations in Dublin city centre, before we returned to the reception. The dinner at The Hampton was delicious and the service was very professional. I got to sit at one of the tables, where I could meet some guests from Spain and rest a little before the family and friend speeches. These were full of emotions and good laughs! The strong ties that connected all the guests were strengthened by dancing and singing to Irish rhythms and songs. The mood was great, I will never forget that night.
On the days after the wedding they travelled around Ireland and then returned to Dublin, where we all got together for the photo viewing and goodbyes.
I wish Sarah and Ian the greatest of happiness and hope to see them again soon.


Photography: Luis Faustino |
Make-up: Rhona Culligan | Hair: Susan Peggs | |
Church: Church of the Sacred Heart, Donnybrook |
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  1. Posted March 22, 2011 at 2:16 pm by Rhona Cullinan | Permalink

    The photos are amazing!!!
    So delighted to have been involved in the day and was a pleasure to work with you

    Rhona Cullinan Makeup Artist
    Susan Peggs Hair

    • Posted March 22, 2011 at 5:40 pm by Luis Faustino | Permalink

      It was great to meet you and see you working out with all the bridal party. Nice one!
      Hope to cross paths soon.


  2. Posted March 6, 2011 at 12:28 am by Peadar | Permalink

    Hi Luis, after speaking with you yesterday I decided to google you and found this site. Amazing Wedding Photos, I felt like I was there. very much like the Commitments but not in a bad way “Keep Stopping Time” Regards Peadar…… P.S. where was the grafitti photo taken

    • Posted March 22, 2011 at 5:41 pm by Luis Faustino | Permalink

      Thanks Peadar! Hope all is good with you and the nifty fifty!
      The grafitti shots were near the Grand Canal Quay’s in D2.

  3. Posted July 13, 2010 at 9:41 pm by Joe Kilyanek | Permalink

    As father of the bride I had a great deal of contact with Luis during this shooting assignment. He instilled confidence throughout even though he was working on the edge of originality with his approach to wedding photography, a great blend of fashion and creative portraiture. There’s so much more he delivered in his final package that’s worthy of being on this site. I’m one happy customer. My highest recommendations.

    • Posted July 13, 2010 at 10:29 pm by Luis Faustino | Permalink

      Joe, thank you so much for your comment.
      I was delighted to work with your family and friends.
      The photography could only reflect the great feelings throughout the day, feelings that will be our memories for years to come… and we have the photos to remember them in more detail!

      Thank you for all your help during the day, what a gentleman you are.

      My best regards
      Luis Faustino

  4. Posted July 12, 2010 at 8:43 am by Rodrigo Catarino | Permalink

    These photos are just jaw dropping!!!
    Keep up the good work.


  5. Posted July 12, 2010 at 12:25 am by Luis Faustino | Permalink

    Your comments mean a lot, thanks for sharing!

  6. Posted July 12, 2010 at 12:14 am by Pedro Duarte | Permalink

    These photos are simply great!…

    Not to be disrespectful to the typical professional wedding photographer, who can do very good work, but in my opinion these show a whole other level of commitment. Parabéns, buddy!

  7. Posted July 11, 2010 at 5:12 pm by Paulo Benittes | Permalink

    Louis, estas fotos estão d+ a cada novo trabalho vejo um grande evolução no teu “style”, parabéns amigo!!! keep up!!!

  8. Posted July 11, 2010 at 4:03 pm by Catia Soares | Permalink

    Amigo, as fotos estao simplesmente maravilhosas. Acho que aquele ensaio de fotos do casamento depois de 2 anos vai rolar…hehehe…beijooooos e Parabens. Tenho certeza que os noivos adoraram!!

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