Ballymagarvey village hotel wedding in Meath by Ireland wedding photographer.
Jessie and Donal got engaged and lived in Bermuda. Many guests suggested for them to marry there, however they decided to come home to Ireland to tie the knot and say their vows to each other. Their friends and family have flown in from Europe, Australia and The Carribean, which I think was a true testament to Jessie and Donal.
The bride and groom chose beautiful Ballymagarvey Village - an exclusive wedding venue in county Meath, and opted for a personal humanist ceremony with a couple of readings and warming of the rings. I can't say enough great words about humanist ceremonies. They always feel so intimate for the couple and can be customised to make everything truly unique to you and representative of your love for each other.
Ballymagarvey Village is such a great wedding venue whatever the season. It rained almost non-stop on Jessie and Donal's wedding day, however the beautiful conservatory filled with natural light was a cosy space for guests to enjoy drinks reception and for us to take portraits there afterwards. The barn was decorated with lots of twinkle lights and candles and looked absolutely magical. It was a perfect setting for Jessie and Donal's elegant and relaxed wedding. Bride's boho style Rue De Seine Cleo wedding dress reflected that further and Jessie looked stunning. Other personal touches were 90's evening entertainment band and chocolate cake.
If you are planning a wedding in Ireland and want to achieve an elegant, yet laid-back atmosphere, Ballymagarvey Village hotel could be the perfect venue. You can see more weddings in Ireland Here and Here.
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