When Ella first approached me by email, I loved the sound of their celebration. Ella and Jonathan were married earlier this year in Australia and because of the distance involved a lot of Jonathan’s Irish family couldn’t travel.

Not wanting the to miss out on the fun Ella and Jonathan decided to plan another wedding celebration at home in Tralee and that is where I came in fine-art-irish-wedding-photographer-dublin fine-art-irish-wedding-photographer-dublin fine-art-irish-wedding-photographer-dublin fine-art-irish-wedding-photographer-dublin fine-art-wedding-photographer-ballygarry-house-wedding-photography_0489 fine-art-irish-wedding-photographer-dublin fine-art-irish-wedding-photographer-dublin fine-art-irish-wedding-photographer-dublin fine-art-irish-wedding-photographer-dublin fine-art-irish-wedding-photographer-dublin fine-art-irish-wedding-photographer-dublin fine-art-irish-wedding-photographer-dublin fine-art-irish-wedding-photographer-dublin fine-art-irish-wedding-photographer-dublin fine-art-irish-wedding-photographer-dublin fine-art-irish-wedding-photographer-dublin fine-art-irish-wedding-photographer-dublin fine-art-irish-wedding-photographer-dublin fine-art-irish-wedding-photographer-dublin fine-art-irish-wedding-photographer-dublin fine-art-irish-wedding-photographer-dublin fine-art-irish-wedding-photographer-dublin They really wanted a relaxed feel to the afternoon – time to chat and mix with their Irish family and they really wanted a collection of photographs to really document this special time with everyone. And we couldn’t resist either popping out to Ballygarry’s beautiful gardens for some portraits with just Ella and Jonathan.