Rosemarie & John got married in the lovely St Patrick’s Church in Mohill with reception at Lough Rynn Castle. Celebrant of the day was Fr. Pat Kiernan from Mount Temple who performed a very heartfelt ceremony. Before moving to Mount Temple, Fr. Kiernan served in Mohill Church for over 10 years and he was happy to be back for this occasion. Responsible for the perfect note during the ceremony was the excellent Dublin String Quartet.
Rosemarie and John had so many lovely little vintage details throughout their Wedding – it was simply beautiful! From flower arrangements by Clare Lawless to countless little details at Lough Rynn Castle, we got lots of filming material and are still stunned. Rosemarie got ready in the Brooklawn Lodge, a building located on the grounds of Lough Rynn Castle with many of it’s original features still intact, while the groom got ready in the Castle himself.
Picture courtesy of John Reynolds who was Photographer of the day and he took fabulous pictures with some surprises for all involved – but we won’t reveal too much.
It was a fantastic Wedding Day and there was so much love, joy & laughter throughout the day. We were happy to have been asked being a part of this important milestone in their lives and are wishing Rosemarie & John all the very best for their future lifes together.
The music for the Highlight Video was chosen by the couple, reflecting the love and kindness they have for each other. Keeping in line with the vintage and shabby chic style of their Wedding, we created the Video also a bit “retro” to reflect the overall feel of their special day.
We are ending this post with the lovely poem they had featured on their Ceremony Leaflets:
May love and laughter light your days,
and warm your heart and home.
May good and faithful friends be yours,
wherever you may roam.
May peace and plenty bless your world
with joy that long endures.
May all life’s passing seasons bring
the best to you and yours!