When Karen and Paul first got in touch with me regarding photographing their wedding, I noticed that Paul had an English accent. I was curious to know what part of England he was from as I had lived across the water with my wife Danielle for a couple of years. Little did we know that we actually lived across the street from Paul in Kent… what are the odds?!
This was certainly an awesome wedding from start to finish with the ceremony taking place in the Moon Garden with the meal and evening party taking place in the house. The atmosphere at this wedding was electric, from sing songs during the meal to dancing on the tables (literally!) later that evening, everybody was there to enjoy themselves and party the night away!
Karen, Paul and all of the bridal party and guests were an absolute pleasure to spend the day with and I felt like part of the family by the end of the evening.
I’ve had the pleasure of shooting at Drenagh Estate now on a few occasions and i’m falling in love with the place more and more every time I visit. Drenagh is an epic 19th century house built by Sir Charles Lanyon, the architect behind Belfast Castle, Queens University Belfast and Castle Leslie to name but a few… so you know it’s going to be incredible! A special thank you to Trevor from Drenagh for looking after me so well.