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Two day wedding at Dublin City Centre | Dublin Wedding Photographer, Ireland.

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If you have been following me awhile you will know I'm a sucker for city weddings. Dublin City weddings are not easy but they are one of my favourite ones to shoot because the city is constantly changing ad there's so much to see and gladly Geraldine and John share my opinion and they wanted to showcase a few of the many beautiful corners of the city centre for their portraits. 

They had their ceremony at the University Church (which looks stunning!)  for the first day of the wedding then had to the Westbury for their drinks reception and finished off at The Residence for an intimate meal with their guests, the next day they had to Clontarf Castle where they party with a bunch of their friends and celebrated their wedding all over again! 

Here is some of the best images from the two days, hope you guys enjoy it I just had the best time shooting their wedding! 

Supplier List: 

Venues: University Church, The Westbury, The Residence, Clontarf Castle

Hair: Gina

Makeup: Nicole Lynch

Wedding Dress: The Bridal Outlet Baldoyle

Suits: Louis Copeland

Groomsmen Suits: Protocol Dawson St

Rings: Bride, from mother. Groom Duggans Jewelers Fairview Dublin 3

Bride Shoes:Badgley Mischka

Flower/Bouquets: The Yard, Clontarf

Cake: Creative Cakes

Any other entertainment: Paul Harrington

Sunny couple session at Stephen's Green - Dublin, Ireland

There's nothing more lovely then a sunny day in the park with someone you love.

If I happen to be there to photograph I think that's even better ;) 

Here's a session I had with Pearse and Tabitha a while back. I just love how easy going and fun the whole images look and it's because they were so easy and cool!

Let the sunny season begin! 

 

DIY- Sunday : Sweetheart Vase

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Sunday is usually my day off where I try to relax and spend some quality time with my other half, although realistically we do the groceries, do the wash and watch Netflix, pretty basic couple stuff! Haha 

As you probably can tell from my pictures, I just love flowers!  

My grandma and my mom ALWAYS had at least one small vase at home and even though I live in a tiny space I try my best to have a little vase at mine as well and it's usually re-used glasses from tomato sauces (hey, I'm not cheap I'm just a hipster/green team ;) ). 

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During the Valentines season I got in Penneys some Valentine's banding and some of the hearts I kept to re-use at some shoot, but after getting my hot glue gun in Tiger (OHMYGOD that place is DIY heaven!) , this Sunday I decided to go for it and I pimp this jar and transform in a sweetheart vase!! 

It's a cute way to make your house a little more romantic or even to create some fun and cute wedding decor!  

You will need: 

 

Hot glue gun (this is from Tiger as you can see from the box! ) 

Hot glue gun (this is from Tiger as you can see from the box! ) 

Cute flowers  

Cute flowers  

Heart decorations (this are from Penneys) 

Heart decorations (this are from Penneys) 

A glass jar

A glass jar

Hot glue guns take patience and some heat resistant fingers! But my advice it's to take your time and add the glue in strategic places and hold the heart in place until it feels cold and secure enough. 

You can add other things like ribbons and all other kinds of cute things but I like how just the hearts look too. 

So here's the final result :) 

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If you have a go at it make sure to share it with me! Happy Sunday and Happy DIY's! :)

Spring Fun Editorial - Flower Crown DIY

There's no one in the world that loves flower crowns more than me. Ok, that might be an exaggeration but after Pinterest came to my life I go even more obsessed. 

So I decided to make my own and the lovely Betsy decided to pose for me!

With the all DIY vibe I decide to go to some charity shops and collect some cute top (this one is from Zara, I think) and I even adventured at doing Betsy's make up (Thank you Youtube beauty gurus, you rock!).

Hope you all enjoy this and make give inspiration to do your own and if you do, please share it with me :)