Stacey and Chris created a day that was sweet and pretty and truly special. You can see and feel the love they share by just being in their presence. We are delighted to have been apart of your special day and cant wait to share these memories with you.
But before we do that!
When we were preparing to for wedding, we did a recce to Moyvalley, to check out the reception and Balyna House. This is something we do for each wedding booking we get. Its apart of our planning process, which allows us to meet the hotel staff and scope out the grounds for shot locations. Kelly-Anne, the hotel receptionist was super helpful, thank you!! It was two days before the wedding and it was raining cats and dog.Thankfully, Stacey had her fingers crossed “Child of Prague is out fingers crossed it works……” A good auld Irish custom, for when it was vital to have good weather, like on the day of a wedding. The little statue of the Child of Prague, normally kept in the house, was moved outdoors.
We started the day in Athy, Stacey’s mothers house. Family and friends traveled from different places to be there to share the most intimate memories, six bridesmaids to make sure everything ran smoothly, what a team!! Stacey looked so beautiful and elegant with her gorgeous dress and beautiful accessories to go with. Something old and blueStacey and Chris said their I do’s in the Cill Mhuire Church, Newbridge. The reception was at Moyvalley Estate, Co Kildare and what a beautiful canvas for photographs. The Gardens were flawless and the Interior of the Balyna House had an old warm vintage feel to it! Congratulations Stacey and Chris on your beautiful wedding day!
May your love last a lifetime and beyond.