I don’t need to say a whole lot. Just Yes, yes, and yes to everything that unfolded below on Dan and Maeve’s day. This is just bliss. Perfect Irish wedding bliss. The sense of celebration is evident on all their faces. Maeve and Dan couldn’t have had a more beautiful summer day for their wedding in The Millhouse in County Meath. They did it all their own way. First looks, portraits and family photos before the ceremony, which made the afternoon free for just pure partying in the courtyard.
Maeve and Dan are highschool sweethearts. They’ve been together 11 years and their genuine love and connection was so free-flowing throughout everything. They both hail from NYC, but Maeve’s family are originally from Ireland so this was a coming together from both sides of the Atlantic! I think for all of us, including me, the ceremony and their own written vows was just such an emotional part of the day. And Maeve’s own cousin Gerard officiated the ceremony. Everything was so personal. A detail that I loved was the programs and menus. They included drawings done by Maeve’s uncle of the Brooklyn Bridge and also the mountains in South Tipperary. You could tell these two were all about family in everything they did.
Thank-you so Maeve and Dan for having me along to shoot your day. Thanks also to my good friend Nicola Ross for assisting me with this. Enjoy!
Location: The Millhouse, Slane, Co. Meath
Florists: Gingko Florists
Stationery: Jess Platt
Hair: Michelle O’Halloran
Make-up: Emma Farrell Studios
Cake: Made by Maeve’s family
Dresses: Cameo Bridal in Kilkenny
“The photos are absolutely incredible!!! We have laughed and cried and relived the wedding today and it has been so wonderful. We cannot express enough how much we enjoyed our day with you and how comfortable we felt, it made all the difference. You have an unbelievable talent as a photographer, so many magical moments were captured and we are SO delighted to have beautiful shots of our guests. That’s exactly what the day was about and it’s so wonderful for us to be able to see their happiness and so much great laughter.”