There is something about winter that infuses us all with magic, especially around Christmas time. Everything is peaceful, calm and has a unique allure that evokes a warmth, no matter how cold it is outside. It is a special time for bonding and also for couples for tying the knot.
I am back to blogging with this stunning intimate winter wedding from earlier this year that is bound to enchant you completely – even inspire you to plan your own!
Eileen and John Henry had the dreamiest intimate affair with their families. From the moment I got to know them, I knew that the experience was going to be truly special and heartwarming. I was so happy that the weather was perfect for their day because when it comes to couples photographs during the winter period – all you need is a short spell of good weather and a gorgeous location. That being said, we took a stroll to their local pub – Thatch Pub in Cloneen, for their portraits and also used as a backdrop the adorable little lane to the side. This was a lovely relaxing pit stop while on the way to the venue.
This intimate winter wedding ceremony warmed everyone with their candid love, plus the fact that their 2 beautiful children were page boys made everything even more precious. Eileen was wearing a stunning Folkster wedding dress and John Henry completed the aesthetic with his elegant blue suit – the perfect attire for winter!
Following, their reception was held at Hotel Minella, which has a one-of-a-kind romantic ambience. I loved being part of every single moment, capturing all of the moment of their love. You can actually achieve a perfect photography balance during colder periods by having sessions outside and then cosying up with your guests inside afterwards.
Now, I leave you to immerse into the whimsical romantic beauty of this intimate winter wedding. If you want to discover more stories, browse through my other articles.
Venue the Minella
Flowers Slieveardagh blooms
Video Drangan Video
Dress Folkster Bridal
Makeup Máiread’s beauty rooms, Fethard
Cakes Maria’s cakes