A very autumnal wedding – Ciara and Robin 26/10/2013

You know there are some weddings you photograph and from the very outset will be just a bit different .
Ciara and Robin had booked us to cover their day late last year .
There always seems to be a little reluctance when it comes to photographing the boys at wedding .
With this in mind we suggested to Robin rather than doing just a regular house call for the boys we would try a different approach .
With that in mind we suggested meeting up with the guys at the barbers that morning for a hot shave and haircuts .
I can honestly say that we had a complete laugh from start to finish as is evident in the pictures – they were game for anything that morning !
The weather that weekend was predicted to be the worst to hit the British Isles in years but Limerick just seemed to get the tail end of it – albeit some really heavy downpours occurred that morning .
We pressed on to Ciara’s home after meeting the boys and spent just over an hour with the girls before heading off to St.Munchin’s church located right next to Limerick landmark The Treaty Stone.
Videographer on the day was John Liston – we had worked together many times in the past so we were very familiar with each others style and preferences.
Ciara was such a punctual bride on the day arriving just 5 minutes after the hour .
One thing that was so memorable was the music on the day with a wonderful gospel choir and boy could they sing .
We photographed the couple on both strands of the river O’Callaghan and Clancy Strands which gives a nice urban look to the wedding photography , we were extremely lucky to get good coverage with the couple as we dodged the heavy rains .
The reception was in The Radisson SAS and we had plenty of time in the can to get more coverage and were doubly blessed as the sun was just setting so low on the horizon giving great opportunity to capture nice lens flare in the images.

John McGarry Photography www.jmcgphotos.com

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