Frances & Tim, Luttrellstown Castle

Luttrellstown Castle near Castleknock is an amazing venue, this is where Victoria and David Beckham got married in 1999 and I can see why they came from England to tie the knot! I had not met Frances and Tim before the wedding day as they live in England but when I arrived at Frances' parents house in Malahide to start photographing the preparations, I felt instantly at ease with the whole family, they were so kind and so relaxed. Frances and Tim were such a sweet couple and anyone could see they very much in love!

It was July and we got spoiled with a bright and warm day, so all the colours come out so vividly. After the church ceremony in Malahide, everyone moved to Luttrellstown Castle for the reception. Set on beautiful grounds, the castle itself is stunning and the rooms inside are just exquisite. Plenty of photo opportunities everywhere! I especially loved the library room with all tho wooden paneling, the giant wooden eggs (they look like ostrich eggs from a distance) and the wooden ducks sitting on thebook shelves. I enjoyed taking the group shots and family shots and some casual shots of the guests. I took some photos of the couple on the grounds and I got them to climb a little outdoors staircase against the back of the castle, with the top of a tower as a backdrop. I wish I could have taken photos for hours all around the castle butof course I didn't want to steal away the newlyweds too long from their guests so I was efficient with my time with them.

Later on, the speeches were really fun, especially the best man's, Tim's twin brother, he had everybody in stitches! When I left after a few dances, the party was just getting going. I left on a high, my head and camera full of beautiful images and countless precious moments!

 

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