Ulster Folk Park Town & Countryside Engagement: Amanda & Joshua
Amanda and Joshua are to be married this coming summer and when they suggested having their engagement pictures at the Ulster Folk Museum, we just had to say yes! If you have never been to the folk museum it is a “living museum” set in the countryside of the village of Cultra. It is made up of a town area and a huge countryside area that contains farms, sheds and even animals! We met Amanda and Joshua at the carpark on a sleepy Saturday morning – the sky clear and sunny. After a bit of waking up by all of us, we started off in the town area where the streets are quaint and cobbled. I love the colours of the doors and signage.
This wasn’t the first time we had shot at the folk park. We have also shot quite a few weddings over the years there too. It is a fantastic place to have a wedding (and even your guests can roam around the park on your wedding day too!).
The rural countryside area of the park is vast (and quite a walk!). Fortunately on the day we visited with Amanda and Joshua the weather was perfect. So we ventured out to the countryside. It is made up of a series of farms, houses, workshops and lots of fields.
If you want to find out more about the Ulster Folk Museum just go to Ulster Folk Museum website
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