Rathsallagh House, Wicklow Wedding – Megan & Tomás
Megan and her bridesmaids and family got ready in the purpose built prep room at Rathsallagh House before the wedding. It was so great to have everyone and everything contained in the one spot. Tomás got ready with his groomsmen in a separate room just off the ceremony space, meaning he hadn’t far to go. Rathsallagh House Wicklow Wedding
Rathsallagh House Wedding Ceremony & Reception
There are a few options for your wedding ceremony in Rathsallagh. Megan & Tomás chose the gorgeous Orangerie for their Autumn wedding ceremony. I love this space. It’s full of light and really warm. Their ceremony was intimate and personal to them, there were a lot of tears.
The heavens decided to open just as the couples wedding ceremony finished. So it was a quick dash (under umbrellas) to the main house for drinks and canapés. I was able to clear a space to get family photos done while keeping everyone dry at the same time.
Rathsallagh House Wedding Photos
I often say “It never rains all day” and this was true on Megan & Tomás wedding day. Just as the bell rang for dinner the sky cleared and we were able to skip out for a few minutes for some nice bridal party photos. That’s all I need really. 10 mins and you’re golden. Speaking of Golden… the couple lucked out and got an epic sunset for their portrait session. This took about 15 mins and because we did it at dinner bell, they didn’t miss much of the craic.
We did duck out after the starter for the iconic Tree Shot at Rathsallagh, I had everything set up so the couple just ran across the grass, posed for 5 mins and ran back. Their guests didn’t even notice they had gone. After that, the formals were out of the way and it was party time. And party they did!
Wedding Dress: B Couture Bridal
Bridesmaids dresses: Folkster
Flowers: Geraldine Coakley
Groom(smen)’s suits: Corless Formalwear Galway
Cake: Lolu Bakes
Hair: Melanie Byrne “The March Hair”,
Wedding Rings: Fields the Jeweller Galway
Ceremony/Reception Music: Carolan String Quartet
Celebrant: Rev Mary Doolin Murphy