When words run dry
he does not try, nor do I
we are on par
he just is, I just am, we just are.
I have known Laura for a few years now, we used to work in Topshop/Topman together and her dad Barry is our accountant. I was so pleased when I got news that Laura and Robbie choose us to be their wedding photographers. Laura has always had the most amazing style and natural way about her. I just knew it would be no different on her wedding day. Everything about Robbie and Laura’s wedding I just loved and was personally right up my street.
Adam and I had never met Robbie before the big day and Adam hadn’t met Laura either. There was no need to worry about this though, the two of them couldn’t be any more comfortable and relaxed together, the love was just pouring out of them. Childhood sweethearts some might say, these two have the most amazing heartfelt chemistry between them. One of the nicest and most genuine couples Adam and I have ever had the pleasure of working with. We can’t thank you guys enough for having us along to capture such a special time of your lives and for you all being so welcoming too.
We started off the day in the quaint little setting of Tartaraghan Church of Ireland and finished it off with a good party in the ever gorgeous (and by far one of our favourites) Ballymagarvy Village, Co Meath. I have been so excited to share with you all a little snippet from this beautiful heartwarming wedding. Could this day have been any more perfect?