Sarah and Ansel’s Intimate Ireland Elopement
This beautiful couple, Sarah and Ansel, and the atmospheric misty rain plus the enchanting and mysterious castle ruins in Dingle? Yes, this creates a complete fairytale. The captivating imagery from their intimate elopement, photographed by Taylor & Porter, feels as if you are right there with them. We adore the combination of environmental photographs, as we find it crucial to capture the surroundings when having a destination wedding, and the tiniest of details inside the reception venue. Ruby & The Wolf expertly wove gorgeous summer blooms in to wild foliage foraged from the local area and we couldn't love this wedding more...
From Taylor & Porter: "Ansel & Sarah’s intimate elopement to Ireland was such a joy and honour to capture. Although now both living in America, Sarah’s family history led them back to Ireland and so it was there on the rugged west coast in Dingle, that they decided to make their vows. Choosing to be married overlooking the ocean and nestled into the shadow of a ruined castle, their style celebrated Irish history and exuded timeless classic romance. The love this couple share for each other and for their friends and family just shone out of them for the whole day and we were so thankful to be a part of it with them. The misty rain made a beautiful and romantic atmosphere for their photo session and they returned to a perfect evening of roaring fires and supper surrounded by candlelight."
Photography: Taylor & Porter | Film Lab: Richard Photo Lab | Floral Designer: Ruby & The Wolf | Dress Designer: Jim Hjelm | Accessories: Twigs & Honey | Venue: Ballintaggart House | Bridal Bouquet Ribbons : Silk & Willow | Catering/Cake: Ballintaggart House | Music: Aisling Barret | Veil: Calla Bridal | Groom’s Suit: Nordstrom | Bridesmaids dresses: Weddington Way | Bridesmaid capelets: Anthropologie | Satin Getting ready robes, groomsmen gifts, invitations, table numbers: Made by Bride | Calligraphy: Michelle Reichelt, Bridesmaid | Grey Napkins: John Lewis | Embroidered Napkins: Made by Bride’s Mother