Bellinter House Wedding

Bellinter House Wedding

Bellinter House Wedding || Dublin Wedding Photographer

I can use many beautiful words to describe the Bellinter House wedding. It was a lovely celebration of love, featuring rustic and artistic vibes that I enjoyed. I especially loved putting my fine art wedding photography and candid wedding photography skills to use here.

As a Dublin wedding photographer, I love unique celebrations. These only happen when the couple is ready to celebrate their wedding on their own terms. The results are so beautiful, and I enjoy documenting weddings like these.

That was what happened at this Bellinter House wedding. From choosing one of the most famous unique wedding venues to making their wedding animal friendly, this couple did marvellously. Here are a few words sharing with you how much fun I had at this wedding.

Wedding Venues

This couple used two beautiful venues to celebrate their union. They started with a lovely ceremony at the Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour. They then ended the day at the lovely Bellinter House, where their cocktail hour and wedding reception happened.

Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour

Located in Foxrock, Dublin, this church had a fantastic atmosphere which greatly complimented the wedding ceremony. It also had terrific natural lighting, which helped to make the pictures from the ceremony beautiful.

Some of the details of the church that stood out for me include the lovely wooden pews, the tall white columns and the breath-taking ceiling fresco at the altar. There were many elegant colours like gold, sprinkles of red and more which worked beautifully for this rustic wedding ceremony.

Bellinter House

Bellinter House is one of the most unique wedding venues in Dublin and Ireland. It is a fantastic celebration location with lots of spaces for your wedding reception and wedding day photos. It has very picturesque views too.

Bellinter House is located on the River Boyne, and you’ll love the ancient trees, secluded spots and sweeping lawns. It is an elegant venue with a magical setting and lots of artwork. I loved documenting it as a Dublin wedding photographer.

Getting Ready

I started the day by capturing the lovely artwork on this display and the beautiful environment of Bellinter House as the bride got ready. Then I documented lovely wedding details like the wedding dress, bridal shoes and bouquet as the bride and her bridal party got ready.

Another thing I loved about this wedding was the child members of the bridal party. They looked cherubic as they got dressed and ready for the wedding too. I then took pictures of everyone outside and some lovely bridal portraits before we all headed to the Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour.

The Ceremony

This Bellinter House wedding started with the members of the bridal party marching down the aisle. They looked lovely while doing so. Then it was time for the bride to walk down the aisle escorted by her father. She looked lovely doing so, and the groom was so delighted to see her.

The ceremony then started in full, and I was able to capture the couple saying their vows and exchanging rings. I also loved documenting the church itself and how happy guests looked when they shared their first kiss.

Soon, the priest gave his blessing and introduced the couple as Mr and Mrs to their loved ones. They then excited walked the aisle back outside to the delight of loved ones. I enjoyed capturing the meet and greet between the couple and their loved ones outside the church.

Wedding Day Photoshoot/Cocktail Hour

This couple’s wedding photography started from their wedding ceremony just outside the church. As a Dublin Wedding Photographer, I take every opportunity to capture lovely pictures at a wedding. The church steps made for a charming couple portrait location.

Next, it was time to capture the wedding guests and the couple during cocktail hour. The art in the room used for Cocktail Hour was so majestic. The couple had a lovely time mingling with loved ones before I sneaked them away for more of their wedding day photoshoot.

You could see how much this couple loves each other during their wedding day photoshoot. They showed their devotion in simple but heart-warming ways. I had such a wonderful time documenting their smiles and affection.

For their pictures, we used the bathhouse, rolling lawns and ancient trees for their photoshoot. That was not all, however. We also used the getting ready room for unique and smile-inducing photos too. Like the one with the couple in the shower. I love special moments like these.

Then I took pictures of the couple with their wedding party, including their doggy friends too. There were pictures of the bride and her bridesmaids and then the groom and his groomsmen. I then took lovely and fun photos of everyone together. We then returned to the cocktail hour, where other guests got to say hi to the dogs.

Wedding Reception

The reception space for this wedding at Bellinter House looked fantastic. I loved capturing the place settings and the lovely lighting too. Fairy lights always help make a space look awesome in pictures, so I took advantage of that.

The reception started with the couple walking into applause from their guests. Then it was time for the wedding speeches and everyone enjoyed them. There was lots of laughter. The groom then read the couples thank you address, and it was time for the fun dance party.

What I Loved About This Bellinter House Wedding

As a Dublin wedding photographer, I love unique weddings. This wedding had many special details, which made it so memorable. I loved the dogs in their wedding finery, the indoor photos and both wedding venues. I also loved how fun and delightful this couple was to work with. I wish them the very best now and always.

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