Lynette and Nigel were one of the first clients to ever book me when I launched my wedding photography business, so this wedding was always going to hold a special place in my heart. But when I saw the details and how Lynette had styled her day at Gracehill House, I was blown away.
From the poem read by their little boy to the beautiful singing of her daughter, the ceremony was extremely personal and beautiful. The rain threatened all day, but it held off to allow for guests to enjoy the patio at Gracehill and us to get some brilliant photos at the Dark Hedges.
Of course, being such an iconic Game of Thrones location, there were many tourists around, including some illegally driving up the road. But hell hath no fury like a photographer looking to give her bride the shot she longs for…so you know that road was cleared quicker than if Khaleesi herself ordered it.
For me, one of the highlights was definitely the cake and dessert table. The Mr & Mrs Caterpillar cakes were the cutest things I’ve ever seen, and everything on that table smelled even better than it looked! AMAZING!
Of course, I make no secret of the fact I love the Causeway Coast. Being lucky enough to have all these amazing locations on my doorstep makes my job a lot easier, but this location in particular was spectacular. To have such iconic trees right on the doorstep of the venue was just brilliant.
So if you’re getting married on the Causeway Coast, please get in touch because I’d love to chat to you about your plans.
To Lynette and Nigel, once again, thankyou for trusting me so implicitly. To book me so blindly and trust me with the most wonderful day, is an absolute privilege. Can we do it all again? Lx