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Real Wedding: A Classic Wedding in an Historical Celtic Castle

Real Wedding: A Classic Wedding in an Historical Celtic Castle

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We couldn’t end the year without showing you one final real wedding. It’s what we love the most, so when we came across Erin and Conor’s classic wedding in Dublin, we just had to share it with you!

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A stunning lace dress, an historical castle and an incredible coastal photo shoot all rolled into one day… what’s not to love!

Erin fell in love with her lace gown at first sight. Her gold peeptoe shoes and chapel length veil, added to her classic bridal look. The white roses in her bouquet, yet another nod to their simple yet extremely classic, traditional and elegant wedding finished off her whole look beautifully.

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Photo: Bruno Rosa Photography
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Photo: Bruno Rosa Photography
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Photo: Bruno Rosa Photography

 

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Conor proposed to Erin on the top of Killiney hill facing out onto the bay, so it was just so fitting for them to then choose this special place for their nuptials. Erin and Conor exchanged vows in a traditional church ceremony in the pretty town of Killiney in front of their family and friends before moving onto the Clontarf Castle Hotel in Dublin. This beautiful hotel on the grounds of a castle dating back to 1837 was the perfect romantic setting for Erin and Conor’s classy reception.

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Photo: Bruno Rosa Photography
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Photo: Bruno Rosa Photography
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Photo: Bruno Rosa Photography
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Photo: Bruno Rosa Photography

The bridesmaids looked incredible in their burgundy floor length gowns (a fantastic en-trend choice given Marsala is Pantone’s colour of the year for 2015) and bouquets of white roses. Their dresses and flowers matched the handsome groom and his groomsmen’s ties and buttonholes just perfectly.

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Photo: Bruno Rosa Photography

The couple and their bridal party then took some time away from the other guests to enjoy the most magnificent photo shoot along the Irish coast. The Celtic breeze didn’t keep their photographer Bruno Rosa from capturing some fun and unique shots. Memories we’re sure they’ll treasure forever.

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Photo: Bruno Rosa Photography
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Photo: Bruno Rosa Photography

The couple then rejoined their guests at the grand Clontarf Castle Hotel for their wedding breakfast, speeches, cake and dancing all night to the fantastic live band.

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Photo: Bruno Rosa Photography
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Photo: Bruno Rosa Photography
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Photo: Bruno Rosa Photography

We think this extremely elegant wedding in a grand venue is the perfect way to end our real weddings of the year.

Thank you to their fab photographer Bruno Rosa and many congratulations to Erin and Conor!

 

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