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Mary & Eamon wedding. Photos at Inch Abbey, reception in the Ivanhoe Hotel

Well what an eventful day it turned out to be. After contacting me last year about photographing Mary's wedding it crept up on us so soon.

We were a bit anxious about the weather for the previous day had rain through out the day, but when I got up the clouds were beginning to clear and it became a great day of sunshine and beauty.

Well it was nearly the wedding that never was!! lol It is still customary to have the bride a little bit late, but Mary clocked into the chapel of St Nicholas in Ardglass at 2.08 pm for the 1.00 pm wedding !! lol The delay was not Mary's fault but needless to say not only were the guests happy to see her but I think Eamon was beginning to wonder if perhaps some cruel trick was being played out on him lol

When Mary arrived however, her beauty soon dispersed any fears as she walked up to aisle to met Eamon.

The photographs after the ceremony were taken in Inch Abbey in Downpatrick, with the reception later on in the Ivanhoe hotel in Carryduff.

Below are a few of the photographs taken throughout the day,


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