Category Archives: BRIDAL INSPIRATION

Alternative Weddings at Mount Druid Wedding Photography This wedding… let me give you a bit of a back story. Alternative Weddings at Mount Druid Wedding Photography Doug and Heather met at Electric Picnic at a Massive Attack gig. Were you there? I was, I left, the rain was the worst I’ve ever seen. My tent flooded….

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  • Catherine CondrenMay 18, 2017 - 10:02 am

    Wow ! What a party it was. Heather n Doug’s Wedding, great photos Katie Kav photography ,thanks for your hard work … Amazing !ReplyCancel

Where should I get ready?  – Tips for couples I haven’t written one of these in a while but I was asked this recently and decided to blog about it. Where should I get ready? – Tips for couples Where you get ready depends on a couple of things. Where should I get ready? – Tips for couples…

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Best of 2016 / Wedding Photographer Ireland 2016 was a tough year for most people. I’m not gonna say it was the easiest year I ever had but it’s up there in the top 5 years of my life. We returned from Australia at the end of 2015. No jobs, I had a couple of…

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Tulfarris Wicklow Wedding Photography Eimear & Terry met in 2013 and what followed was an absolute whirlwind romance. They both knew they had met “the one”, they were best friends from the off. They both love spending time together. Catching up with friends and family, exploring new places, exercising or just chilling out. They’ve packed a lot of time…

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Where the Wild Things Are… “In order to capture the essence of the theme for this shoot, we concentrated on the colours thrown up by the magical landscape in the Sally Gap. The soft grey’s, browns, purple tones. The different textures from the heathers, mosses and rocks also influenced our choice of materials and fabrics used. We used Irish…

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