Not too far from the shores of Belfast Lough lies Cultra Manor. This grand Edwardian house played host to the friends and family of Thomas and Hannah.
We had previously spent sometime with this pair strolling around the streets of Belfast during their engagement shoot. Therefore by the time their wedding day arrived we had all become fairly familiar with each other. This only meant one thing… a lot of laughs!
Relaxed morning preparations were followed by a short journey to the couples home Church of St. Elizabeth’s in Dundonald. Arriving in style in VW campers Thomas soon greeted Hannah at the top of the aisle and the pair were duly wed in the company of their loved ones.
Enroute to Cultra Manor we stopped off at the nearby Ulster Folk and Transport Museum for some bridal party shots and a few bridal portraits. Such quaint surrounding proved a delightful backdrop for these pair who seemed to thoroughly enjoy the whole experience.
After the wedding breakfast we sneaked this pair out for some evening portraits as the sun was setting. And to top it all off the wedding party danced the night away to the inimitable sounds of The Gents.
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Suppliers for Cultra Manor
Wedding Venue: Cultra Manor, Belfast
Who designed your wedding dress: Pronovias
What shop did you get it from: La Boda Bridal, Banbridge
Bridemaids dresses: Eden Bridal, Belfast
Mens Suits: Bogart, Belfast
Car Hire: Vintage Car Hire, Annalong
Cake: Jbird Bakery, Belfast
Band: The Gents
Videographer: Peter Mackey, Belfast
Hair: Lynette Murray, Belfast
Make-Up: Jennifer Ireland, Belfast
Flowers: The Rosehip and Berry, Belfast
With huge thanks to Thomas & Hannah for allowing us to capture their beautiful wedding day. Wishing you both lots of blessings for your future together!