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Maria&Christopher - Wedding

Maria&Christophers wedding was our first wedding of 2012. It is hard to believe it was already nearly a month ago. Time is flying out of reach far too quickly these days, but what better a way, to relive the day, than through a little blog. 

I managed to find the house which was in Lisnaskea quite easily. I knew which house it was straight away when I saw some bridesmaid hair poking through the door, and a little wedding day balloon blowing around in the wind. 

I was welcomed into the family home ever so enthusiastically by Marias sister Shauna and Claire her bridesmaid, and I knew from that moment it was going to be a great day. I can’t tell you how relieved I feel on the morning of a wedding when I am offered a wee cup of tea and made to feel at home. It makes my job a million times easier, so thank you girls.

I walked into the house looking for Maria, and heard a muffled shout “HELLO SHELLEY” Maria was shouting from the toilet… She emerged, and I literally just gasped.

She was absolutely stunning, no need for a white dress, this girl could have walked down the aisle in a bin bag and blown everyone away…

The day went without a hitch, we managed to escape the bad bouts of weather that tried to hold us back. We didn’t manage to get the infamous photograph on the jetty at The Killyhevlin, once again, the rain just didn’t allow us, but we went to Castle Coole which was absolutely perfect for this wedding.

Enough of the jibber jabber from me though, I am sure you want to have a wee peek at this beautiful wedding, so let’s begin with the morning and the ceremony to start off. I will hope to have the second half ready very soon…

The mother of the groom, giving him a proper send off…

I loved these suede shoes, they were absolutely perfect wedding shoes in my opinion, although, when I saw the suede I was filled with heartbreak that they definitely would not look like this at the end of the day.  With lots of care, the literally looked the exact same apart from the soles at the end of the day, when Maria, kicked off her party shoes, for her dancing shoes… more will be revealed in the next blog…

Trying to win back all the money spent on the wedding before signing the register. 

Maria, you are just stunning… *sigh

We can’t wait to share the second half of this beautiful wedding with you, be sure to come back, to see this bride, dance like no other before her…

Neil&Naomi - Mussenden Engagement

So here we have another lovely little engagement session, in ye old faithful north coast. A home away from home, such a beautiful place to take photographs. Every time we go there we find a different way to photograph things… Just how we like it. 

Neil&Naomi got engaged here, right in the middle of the Downhill Estate. Such a beautiful place to ask the big question. And how great, that we were asked to go back with them and take some photographs for them. Neil&Naomi had no problems in front of the camera whatsoever, as you can see.. We got off to a bad start when we didn’t have the right communication tools, and technology messed us around. I prefer to see this misunderstanding as a greater power, trying to sway us towards some beautiful weather and pretty skies. The beautiful landscape surrounding this area could be seen for miles. I think Ricky and I are constantly seeing our wee country in a different light the more shoots we do with couples in big locations. Trying to portray how beautiful these places are through a lense, is sometimes more difficult that you would imagine, however, I am so pleased with these wee photos. It does help when you have a couple so obviously in love in front of you…

p.s. top secret, but my mum used to babysit little Neil and his big brother Andrew when he was a white hair little bubba, unfortunately all the baby photos are at home in Ballymena. I can confirm he was very cute indeed, without mortifying him with evidence. Thanks for asking us to do this for you. That’s special…

Neil&Naomi, thanks for your patience with us and our techno error, but I think we all know it was worth every minute wasted… <3

Would you like to follow us on Facebook? Click here and give us a wee like for lots of updates and info… Thanks for reading…

And another little photo from Stephanie&amp;Johns engagement session at the North Coast ♥

And another little photo from Stephanie&Johns engagement session at the North Coast ♥

We had a very Autumny looking Spring engagement with Beulah&amp;Mark, just yesterday&#8230; ♥

We had a very Autumny looking Spring engagement with Beulah&Mark, just yesterday… ♥

Maurice&Kelly

So last Saturday, we went for a little walk around Hillsborough Park with Maurice and Kelly. These two are getting married in June this year. They braved the elements which were out in force. Mainly the coldest wind I have felt in quite a while. There was a little twinkle of sunshine, which was simply for aesthetic purposes, it didn’t warm us a bit. The photographs we got from this little session were lovely none the less…

I might have blogged too many photographs of the amazing tree which sat over the lake (which Kelly and Maurice bravely climbed - thank you). But they risked their feet getting wet and a whole lot more, so I feel it is ok to show a good few…

Hope you are all having a lovely Friday, feet up, relaxing for the weekend… enjoy x

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Carla Bruni - Beautiful song…

Welcoming us into 2012, Maria&amp;Christopher and their lovely bridal party. :) ♥

Welcoming us into 2012, Maria&Christopher and their lovely bridal party. :) ♥

Gareth&Shirley Dunluce Castle/Whiterocks

Our first stop for Gareth& Shirleys engagement session was Dunluce Castle, where Gareth proposed. Shirley told me how they began to plan their marriage in the middle of Dunluce Castle, and I was so excited at the thought of outdoor ceremony photographs. Unfortunately, due to our unpredictable weather, this idea was no longer an option, as it has no roof ;)

This just meant, we could shoot the engagement session here anyway so it was not a loss to us. We love Dunluce Castle, and the views from it. Just one of many treats the North Coast has to offer.

 I would say I feel like I have known Gareth for a long time, but its because we have seen each other over our school years through mutual friends. He was in the same year as my big sister at The Academy in Ballymena, and we shared the same bus home the odd time. What a great feeling when he got in contact about his wedding last year. We were introduced to Shirley at our consultation (coffee and chat), we all got on so well. Another little match made in heaven… 

So here are some photographs of Gareth and Shirley. Happy Valentines day folks…

So a short drive around the corner takes us to one of the most beautiful and under-rated beaches in Northern Ireland. I think because a lot of us have grown up with the North-Coast as a holiday destination for most of our summers, we tend to stop seeing the beauty of this beach in the light that someone who had never visited it would see it.

Whiterocks - just so you know, we love you…

Thanks Gareth&Shirley for such a great way to spend way too many hours shooting your engagement. We know your wedding day is going to be great just because of how we all get on so well :) We can’t wait for it…

If you are still haven’t booked your engagement session with us and are getting married this year, please do so as soon as possible, as we only have limited availibility for the complimentary sessions :) First come, first served folks…

Craig&Catherine - Wedding Second Half

It is finally here. The second half of Craig and Catherine’s big day before Christmas 2011. What a gorgeous wedding it was. From the dresses to the flowers, and the venue, everything was just beautiful. Catherine has sent countless messages through to us thanking us for her photographs, what she seems to forget is that we didn’t make her wedding what it was. Craig and Catherine made their day what it was… So here you go TEN21 readers, a long blog full of photographs from another beautiful wedding…

Catherine you’re beautiful…

These flowers were by our lovely friends at Leaf Designs, Lynda you are just fab at your job…

We hope you enjoyed this little blog, Craig and Catherine, I think we have found friends in you guys and we can only hope to work alongside you again in other projects…

Maria&Christopher - Wedding

Maria&Christophers wedding was our first wedding of 2012. It is hard to believe it was already nearly a month ago. Time is flying out of reach far too quickly these days, but what better a way, to relive the day, than through a little blog. 

I managed to find the house which was in Lisnaskea quite easily. I knew which house it was straight away when I saw some bridesmaid hair poking through the door, and a little wedding day balloon blowing around in the wind. 

I was welcomed into the family home ever so enthusiastically by Marias sister Shauna and Claire her bridesmaid, and I knew from that moment it was going to be a great day. I can’t tell you how relieved I feel on the morning of a wedding when I am offered a wee cup of tea and made to feel at home. It makes my job a million times easier, so thank you girls.

I walked into the house looking for Maria, and heard a muffled shout “HELLO SHELLEY” Maria was shouting from the toilet… She emerged, and I literally just gasped.

She was absolutely stunning, no need for a white dress, this girl could have walked down the aisle in a bin bag and blown everyone away…

The day went without a hitch, we managed to escape the bad bouts of weather that tried to hold us back. We didn’t manage to get the infamous photograph on the jetty at The Killyhevlin, once again, the rain just didn’t allow us, but we went to Castle Coole which was absolutely perfect for this wedding.

Enough of the jibber jabber from me though, I am sure you want to have a wee peek at this beautiful wedding, so let’s begin with the morning and the ceremony to start off. I will hope to have the second half ready very soon…

The mother of the groom, giving him a proper send off…

I loved these suede shoes, they were absolutely perfect wedding shoes in my opinion, although, when I saw the suede I was filled with heartbreak that they definitely would not look like this at the end of the day.  With lots of care, the literally looked the exact same apart from the soles at the end of the day, when Maria, kicked off her party shoes, for her dancing shoes… more will be revealed in the next blog…

Trying to win back all the money spent on the wedding before signing the register. 

Maria, you are just stunning… *sigh

We can’t wait to share the second half of this beautiful wedding with you, be sure to come back, to see this bride, dance like no other before her…

Neil&Naomi - Mussenden Engagement

So here we have another lovely little engagement session, in ye old faithful north coast. A home away from home, such a beautiful place to take photographs. Every time we go there we find a different way to photograph things… Just how we like it. 

Neil&Naomi got engaged here, right in the middle of the Downhill Estate. Such a beautiful place to ask the big question. And how great, that we were asked to go back with them and take some photographs for them. Neil&Naomi had no problems in front of the camera whatsoever, as you can see.. We got off to a bad start when we didn’t have the right communication tools, and technology messed us around. I prefer to see this misunderstanding as a greater power, trying to sway us towards some beautiful weather and pretty skies. The beautiful landscape surrounding this area could be seen for miles. I think Ricky and I are constantly seeing our wee country in a different light the more shoots we do with couples in big locations. Trying to portray how beautiful these places are through a lense, is sometimes more difficult that you would imagine, however, I am so pleased with these wee photos. It does help when you have a couple so obviously in love in front of you…

p.s. top secret, but my mum used to babysit little Neil and his big brother Andrew when he was a white hair little bubba, unfortunately all the baby photos are at home in Ballymena. I can confirm he was very cute indeed, without mortifying him with evidence. Thanks for asking us to do this for you. That’s special…

Neil&Naomi, thanks for your patience with us and our techno error, but I think we all know it was worth every minute wasted… <3

Would you like to follow us on Facebook? Click here and give us a wee like for lots of updates and info… Thanks for reading…

And another little photo from Stephanie&amp;Johns engagement session at the North Coast ♥

And another little photo from Stephanie&Johns engagement session at the North Coast ♥

We had a very Autumny looking Spring engagement with Beulah&amp;Mark, just yesterday&#8230; ♥

We had a very Autumny looking Spring engagement with Beulah&Mark, just yesterday… ♥

Maurice&Kelly

So last Saturday, we went for a little walk around Hillsborough Park with Maurice and Kelly. These two are getting married in June this year. They braved the elements which were out in force. Mainly the coldest wind I have felt in quite a while. There was a little twinkle of sunshine, which was simply for aesthetic purposes, it didn’t warm us a bit. The photographs we got from this little session were lovely none the less…

I might have blogged too many photographs of the amazing tree which sat over the lake (which Kelly and Maurice bravely climbed - thank you). But they risked their feet getting wet and a whole lot more, so I feel it is ok to show a good few…

Hope you are all having a lovely Friday, feet up, relaxing for the weekend… enjoy x

Welcoming us into 2012, Maria&amp;Christopher and their lovely bridal party. :) ♥

Welcoming us into 2012, Maria&Christopher and their lovely bridal party. :) ♥

Gareth&Shirley Dunluce Castle/Whiterocks

Our first stop for Gareth& Shirleys engagement session was Dunluce Castle, where Gareth proposed. Shirley told me how they began to plan their marriage in the middle of Dunluce Castle, and I was so excited at the thought of outdoor ceremony photographs. Unfortunately, due to our unpredictable weather, this idea was no longer an option, as it has no roof ;)

This just meant, we could shoot the engagement session here anyway so it was not a loss to us. We love Dunluce Castle, and the views from it. Just one of many treats the North Coast has to offer.

 I would say I feel like I have known Gareth for a long time, but its because we have seen each other over our school years through mutual friends. He was in the same year as my big sister at The Academy in Ballymena, and we shared the same bus home the odd time. What a great feeling when he got in contact about his wedding last year. We were introduced to Shirley at our consultation (coffee and chat), we all got on so well. Another little match made in heaven… 

So here are some photographs of Gareth and Shirley. Happy Valentines day folks…

So a short drive around the corner takes us to one of the most beautiful and under-rated beaches in Northern Ireland. I think because a lot of us have grown up with the North-Coast as a holiday destination for most of our summers, we tend to stop seeing the beauty of this beach in the light that someone who had never visited it would see it.

Whiterocks - just so you know, we love you…

Thanks Gareth&Shirley for such a great way to spend way too many hours shooting your engagement. We know your wedding day is going to be great just because of how we all get on so well :) We can’t wait for it…

If you are still haven’t booked your engagement session with us and are getting married this year, please do so as soon as possible, as we only have limited availibility for the complimentary sessions :) First come, first served folks…

Craig&Catherine - Wedding Second Half

It is finally here. The second half of Craig and Catherine’s big day before Christmas 2011. What a gorgeous wedding it was. From the dresses to the flowers, and the venue, everything was just beautiful. Catherine has sent countless messages through to us thanking us for her photographs, what she seems to forget is that we didn’t make her wedding what it was. Craig and Catherine made their day what it was… So here you go TEN21 readers, a long blog full of photographs from another beautiful wedding…

Catherine you’re beautiful…

These flowers were by our lovely friends at Leaf Designs, Lynda you are just fab at your job…

We hope you enjoyed this little blog, Craig and Catherine, I think we have found friends in you guys and we can only hope to work alongside you again in other projects…
Maria&Christopher - Wedding
Neil&Naomi - Mussenden Engagement
Maurice&Kelly

Carla Bruni - Beautiful song…

Gareth&Shirley Dunluce Castle/Whiterocks
Craig&Catherine - Wedding Second Half

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