Hannah and Joe are country! Both are animal mad and when you hear that Joe proposed to Hannah in the foundations of the milking parlour he was building, I knew it would be a laid back rustic wedding at Tulfarris Hotel.
I was blown away by the charm of Hannah’s parents house, with so many interesting hobbies such as weaving, gardening, donkeys, ponies, flower arranging, painting, diy decorating that I found it hard to decide where to choose as a backdrop for morning photos as I was spoilt for choice.
Joe, meanwhile was on the farm surrounded by so many dogs, we could not count, photos in those smart suits were taken in the outsheds, while Joe spent most of his time doing things, such as learning from you-tube how to tie car wedding bows or last minute work around the farm. Even Bob the house dog, got busy being the human dishwasher.
After the church ceremony in St Kevins Church in Dunganstown, we got stuck into some family photos along with a quick little couple session before heading over the mountains to our Rustic Wedding in Tulfarris.
Hannah not only wanted to become a proper farmers wife but was keen to have a photo on the Tulfarris swing. Joe seemed to think he could prove to Hannah how high we could go! The bridal party were on for the craic and when Hannah decided to throw her wedding bouquet, they all scarpered in all directions away from it!
With wedding photos by Tulfarris lake, it was time to go in and see the fabulous cake that Joe’s mum made for their rustic wedding at Tulfarris Hotel and all the kids came along too.
My aim for the day was that Joe might pick a wedding photo from the day instead of his typical profile pic of him and a sheep!