Niamh and James are an Irish couple living abroad, but decided to come to Ireland to get married, close to their friends and families.
The ceremony was in the amazing chapel of Trinity College Dublin which is fantastic – you can breathe history in it.
The reception was at the Finnstown Country House which delighted everyone with their warm hospitality and cooking excellence.
The band got everyone out and dancing, plus there was a Riverdance like show of Irish dancing… where the bride was invited to participate, as she knows this Irish tradition so well. What a show!
Hotel: Premier Suites Dublin
Ceremony: Trinity College Dublin chapel
Reception: Finnstown Country House
Makeup artist: onestepcloser2fabulous.ie
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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.