Prepare to be blown away by this incredible wedding shoot by a host of talented Irish wedding suppliers! The romantic 18th century Slane Castle in the Boyne Valley in Meath was the stunning setting, with its magical riverside scenery acting as the perfect backdrop for this heritage inspired shoot. The castle perfectly complements the Irish theme and design running throughout, showcasing a wealth of suppliers with everything from the invitations to the fragrances, all made right here in Ireland.
You’ll be well aware of the fact that the grounds of Slane Castle have been used to host rock concerts with everyone from U2, David Bowie, Madonna and The Rolling Stones performing here, but this stunning building that’s steeped in history and Irish mythology can also be rented for your Big Day. The shoot takes us on a tour of this legendary space from the uber cool Slane Whiskey Distillery where you can see the groom getting ready in his Louis Copeland
attire alongside his furry friend to the ladies drawing room where the bride also dons wedding dresses by Irish designers Sarah Foy Couture and weddingdress.ie and accessories by Jules Bridal Jewellery
, to the breathtaking grounds where photo ops are a plenty. You can see all the fabulous pics by Paul Kelly below and be sure to check out this amazing video by Richard Finlay of Bride & Groom Films
Venue: Slane Castle & Slane Irish Whiskey, Meath | Photographer: Paul Kelly & Joe Carr | Photography Assistants: Joe Carr, Flora Guerra, Mira Killiomäki | Video: Richard Finlay – Bride & Groom Films | Hair: Lorraine Browne Hair | Make-up: Niamh Connolly | Wedding Dresses: www.weddingdress.ie and Sarah Foy Couture | Day Coats/House Coat: Wilde by Design | Accessories: Jules Bridal Jewellery | Groom’s Attire: Louis Copeland & Sons | Rings: My Irish Jeweler | Invites: Creative Edge | Cakes: Creative Cakes | Flowers: Flowers by Moira | Fragrances: Joe Browne & Burren Perfumery | Models: Wayne and Stephanie from Catwalk Models | Animals: Irish Wolfhounds – World Famous Guliagh Kennels | Dog in the Slane Whiskey Distillery – Spud | Horse: Boyne Valley Wagon Trails