I love a house full of girls. Perhaps it’s because I would have liked to have come from a larger family with more siblings myself- who knows? Perhaps it’s because there’s always a buzz and lots to photograph on the morning of the wedding. I photographed Tréise’s two sisters weddings 8 & 9 years ago and was delighted to be invited back to photograph another. It’s always interesting to see how each sister chooses differently and I could certainly see Tréise’s background in architecture coming through in her fitted Peter Langner mermaid lace gown and soft detachable over skirt. When I was younger I thought of being a fashion designer and my appreciation of gorgeous design has never left me. Needless to say I loved playing with this dress. In fact I could go so far as to say that this dress inspired a lot of my shots! Paired with a cheeky little pair of red Manolo Blahniks to reveal a little more of Tréise’s individuality.
Top TipTo hide a modern entrance or a drain pipe, consider softening it with an ‘arch’. McGarry Flowers created an architectural take on the traditional arch with eucalyptus for outside the chapel. This was then transported to the Lough Erne Golf Resort as a background for guests to take their own photographs.
Venue – St Mary’s Church, Omagh
Wedding Dress – Peter Langner from Browns Bride
Shoes – Manolo Blahniks
Perfume – Jo Malone
Bridesmaids – Pronovias
Florist – McGarry
Cake – The Cakery NI
Hair Stylist – Emma Bonnar at Hair Couture Omagh