Noreen & Owen planned the perfect March wedding, just as Killarney was recovering from a challenging Winter.
The life was slowly coming back into our wonderful national park and we knew exactly where we wanted to shoot the ‘couple session’. What we didn’t bargain for was hailstone but remembering a very wet day in Aug a few years back, we advised Noreen to bring a towel or 2 in the wedding car.
I arrived at Noreen’s house to be greeted by a very gentle Dad who spent the morning signing in the kitchen and something tells me that being surrounded by women most of his life, this was the safest place!
Owen lost his Dad prior to the wedding so we were very mindful of respecting his family and being as discreet as possible.
After the ceremony at St. Mary’s Cathedral, we were met with lashing rain but the magnificent structure behind was almost acting as an umbrella, protecting them from the weather.
Upon arriving at our location, it was noticed that the bridesmaids had the towels and cons that Noreen planned to change into but nothing was stopping this lady from the prefect shoot!
Knowing the welcome, warmth and treats that awaited us at the Muchross Park, we didn’t delay too long up on the hills.
Our Bride & Groom were bopping away to Truly Diverse when we made our deaparture.
Ev & K.