Kerrie and Liam were certainly childhood sweethearts. Having met when Kerrie was only 18 and Liam 20. Their first date was in Eddie Rockets in Galway. And 11 years later, Liam popped the question on the top of Carrantuohill in Co Kerry. They decided to celebrate with a Clonabreany wedding as it ticked all the boxes, low key, private and lots of nice leafy areas outside in the gardens.
Kerrie and her bridesmaids and mum got ready in Nanny Plunketts cottage at Clonabreany House. Its so nice just to be at your venue to enjoy the morning pampering. It was lovely to see them take time to chat to Kerrie’s grandmother with a video call as she was unable to make it but was able to show her Kerrie’s beautiful dress.
With Liam being in the Defence Forces, they both decided to have a Military Wedding at Clonabreany House and it was a surprise to everyone when a guard of honour arrived in with swords high in the air. In the army, precision is important so it was fun too when our page boy doing what he thought was the thing to do. Poured all the confetti roses down in one pile for maximum effect!
After a few photos with the army and a meet and greet with wedding guests at Clonabreany House, it was time for a few photos of our beautiful couple. Kerrie and Liam went over to visit the cows who were very interested in watching the whole proceedings.
Liam in Clonabreany famous London black cab, brought our couple back over to the wedding at Clonabreany House where all the guests were enjoying a glass of prosecco. We left them with a parting photo in front of Clonabreany House. What I took from this amazing couple was eventhough Kerrie loved to travel; places such as New Zealand, San Francisco, Dubai, her love for Liam was stronger and that ultimately “Home is where the heart is”. I am sure they will have many adventures abroad together as a couple in the future.