Outdoor Wedding Ceremony | The Station House Hotel | Darren Byrne Photography Meath

February 28, 2019  •  Leave a Comment

Date: 08/08/2018

Sarah & Colin

 

Name of ceremony location: The Station house hotel,
Kilmessan,
Co.Meath

Reception Name & Location: The Station house hotel, 
Kilmessan,
Co.Meath

Ceremony Officiant: Minister Mary Losty

Make Up Artist: Ellen O'Meara

Hair Stylist: Gritta Christian

Florist: Ruta from Flowers touch

Photographer: Darren Byrne Photography and film

Videographer: None

Photobooth/Selfie Mirror: None

Ceremony Musicians/Singers: Maria Cooney

Wedding Car/Transport: None

Band / DJ: Martin Keogh

Speciality Entertainment (magician/hypnotist etc): Martin Keogh

How did you meet?: We met in school 14 years ago.. I noticed Colin first and was absolutely mad about him. It took him a while to notice me, but eventually he did and the rest is history...

Tell us about the Proposal: The proposal was in our kitchen. The day before my 26th birthday.. after two kids and 10 years together we both knew it was time enough ����

Tell us about THE dress :): My dress was from Alexander's Bridal on Parnel street.. it was from the Venus collection, it was the third dress I tried on and instantly fell in love with it. It was a high back, low back style dress. It made me feel amazing and the alterations were perfect.

Tell Us about the Suits!: The suits were rented from a shop called Ct2 in Blanchardstown. We've had many dealings with this shop and we knew straight away that's were we'd get the suits. They were a sharkskin blue colour and looked absolutely amazing..

Tell us about your ceremony: Our ceremony was an outdoor ceremony at the station house hotel in Kilmessan, it was so lovely and relaxed. Our ceremony was very personal and our children were very much involved. It was perfect for us as we had the sand ceremony and also the hand tying ceremony,which  both included our children. A civil ceremony suited us perfectly as it catered for everything we wanted and believed in..

Favourite Memory Of The Day?: My favourite memory of the day was  walking up the aisle with my husband and realising that we were married, after 10 years together and having our two beautiful by our side was everything I could have ever wanted.

What one piece of advice would you give future brides: Don't spend crazy money on silly things. You can have a lovely wedding on a small budget.. we got married on a Wednesday some people approved some didn't. It suited us, and that's what mattered. Enjoy every second it goes by so quick. Relax and don't stress...

Why Did You Choose Your Photographer?: The minute we met with Darren we knew he would be our photographer. He was so easy to talk to and put us at ease. He went through everything and it sounded amazing, we knew he wouldn't disappoint.  The communication from himself and Juliana was amazing. They never left us waiting if we had a question. Absolutely amazing to work with, we were very lucky to have Darren and Juliana.

Why did you choose your Videographer?: Didn't have one

Why Did you Choose your reception venue?: We loved the station house and we really wanted our ceremony and reception to be in the same place. The Station house ticked all the boxes. The reception room was beautiful and catered for the number of people we had attending our wedding. The staff went above and beyond for us and catered to our every need. It was absolutely perfect and such a stunning venue.

Tell us about your honeymoon!: We went to Dubrovnik in Croatia. It was such a beautiful stunning place. The views and scenery were spectacular. We went on the game of thrones tour and that was such an amazing experience. We went on boat trips and visited different islands. The food and drink was lovely. The people were very friendly, it was 8 days of rest and relaxation, pure bliss


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