Rustic Destination Wedding

Beautiful Wedding Dress, VW Camper-van on your wedding day. Perfect photography locations and various ideas. Amazing memories to create a wedding album. This Rustic Destination Wedding was such a warm wedding, full of love!

It’s hard to know where to start with Kristine’s and Ronan rustic wedding. For a photographer like me who is obsessed with capturing real moment and genuine emotion, this was the absolutely perfect day. Emotion, smiles, tears, laughter, hugs and genuine love was absolutely everywhere. This was a celebration in every sense of the word and it was an absolute privilege to witness and photograph it all.

After discussing the plans for the day and the events involved- I knew that this was going to be brilliant – and that is exactly what it was.

The day couldn’t have started any better. Kristine and Ronan drove with a VW Camper to where their ceremony would take place. This was one of the best “aisles” ever, as all their guests could see them walking towards them and the sense of happiness and emotion in the air was just incredible. The ceremony couldn’t have been any nicer – so full of joy. And then the party really started and it was also very good, well, perfect.

After that it was all about celebrating, laughing and partying with their guests. And what a party it was! There was hardly a dry eye in the house during the speeches and the dancing later on was simply epic! Oh, and in the middle of all that we had beautiful sunshine and a stunning sunset. This really was the perfect day and was nothing less than Kristine and Ronan deserved.

I really can’t thank Krisitne and Ronan enough letting me to be a part of their beautiful day. I absolutely loved it.

Here are just a few of my favourite photographs from what was a very special day.

A small tip: Ireland has some really nice farm wedding venues to consider, such as the Ballyvolane House, Hotel Doolin, Ballilogue Estate which has a barn and ranch style area. Read more in an article about Rustic Barn Wedding Venues in Ireland.