Quirky St Malachy’s Church and The Empire Music Hall Wedding: Bronagh & David
Bronagh and David tied the knot in August. They kept things simple, having their ceremony in St Malachy’s Church in the city centre and then held their reception just a short hop away, at the Empire Music Hall on Botanic Avenue.
We started the day all the way up in Limavady though! Bronagh is from that part of the world and was getting ready for the big day at her family home. So off Graham went assisted there by his good friend David Coote while poor Hannah was stuck at her day job! We got some great shots of Bronagh and the girls dresses!! isn’t the yellow just fantastic? We took all the shoes outside and used this fantastic picnic bench to get some fab shots. It was such a lovely day though once we had ventured out into the garden, Graham was hooked and so out came all the jewellery… and then of course all the people too! I’m such a sucker for pets though couldn’t resit this great shot of Bronagh with the 2 pooches!
Once we headed back to Belfast, David dropped Graham off at St Malachy’s and he headed of himself. Graham met up with “Groom David” and his lads outside the church and got some great shots of them there and in the surrounding streets before the guests started to arrive. Soon enough Bronagh and he ladies arrived in complete style driven by the amazing Causeway Cost Mini Club and a white (of course), red and pink mini!
We headed in for the Mass which was really lovely preformed by Father Keaney and with Readings from the couples friends
and Family. Following the Ceremony we did some family photos outside the Church before everyone jumped in the mini’s and
Hannah Arrived out of work just in time to head up to Botanic Gardens for photos. We got some great shots with the cars
outside the library at Queens before we went on into to the park and the greenhouse. Once we were done with the bridal party
they headed off down to the Empire while we hung around a little bit longer with the couple getting these brilliant shots
of them inside the Green house and then around the Museum before we too all jumped back in the cars for the short trip down
to the Empire.
There was a bit of time when we arrived to get some candid shots of guests and to get some of the details in the room and of course of the fantastic cupcakes from French Village and of the hog roast! soon enough though it was time for speeches – they were great and including a poem read by the brides sister!
Following Dinner the room was cleared out and the band set up. We sneaky-ed up on the stage with the couple to get a few shots before the band were finished and it was time for the dancing to start. We got some great shots of the beginnings of the
party before it was time for us to head home.
Officiant – Father Keaney
Dress – McElhinneys of Ballybofey
Hair – Jenny Buchanan
Make up – Rosemary Wright MUA
Flowers – Mary Dooher
Transport – Causeway Coast Mini Club
Stationery – Kaizen Print
Room Decoration – Table 10
Cake – French Village Bakery
Catering – The Spitting Pig
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I don’t think we can say how amazing Graham and Hannah are in this review! But we are so glad we found Graham! We’re not one to pose for photos. Come the wedding day, it felt like a pleasure to have Graham and Hannah at the wedding! Our guests loved them, Graham is fun and enthusiastic, but also discrete!
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