Nancy & David | The Hibernian Club | Wedding

May 21st. 2013 | 12 Comments

Oh my goodness!!! How I heart this wedding of Nancy and David. It was like a whirl wind romance that has stayed all cosied up in our hearts.

Every year I warn Sean that we are going for dinner on valentines weekend. Now even though he can be romantic, he would much rather stay at home and hide from the madness that is the pink ballooned and red rosed holiday of St Valentine. Not one to give up, I had kept the weekend free… you know just incase!  Naturally when the email from Nancy and David came through in January I assumed there had been a typo and they had meant February 2014 not February that was approaching in a few weeks!! After a quick Skype call we were smitten kittens {hehe speaking of which, the lads cats wanted in on the Skype call too, it was very funny}  and Valentines dinner had been put off. There was no way we were missing out on the chance of meeting this fabulous couple. I was just about to say some things are meant to be. But I really guess they are. I used to walk past the Stephens Green Hibernian Club almost every day when I lived in Dublin. Every day I would think “Some day I will see what hides behind your doors” this year I did and I sure wasn’t disappointed!!!

Nancy and David met at a party in London back in ’08 and have been inseparable ever since. To watch the way they look at each other and to listen to how one speaks of the other, it feels like these two souls have been together for always. Finding each other in every life time. Both are very ambitious individuals, both Architects, describing each other as calm and passionate, both hilariously funny in their own right { remembers the cat conversation at the end of the night!!} We found them both to be inspirational. They worked hard to get to where they are and hold an amazing out look on life. We heart Nancy and David very much!

We {and by we I mean I} spent most of the morning chatting to Nancy as she donned her own make up { I like her style} it was random to find we had a lot in common and had even been to the same college! It was a busy room with Nancy’s adorable parents floating in and out of the room and the bubbly Emily’s {yes the bridesmaids had the same name} popping in and out. It was all so relaxed, in fact too relaxed as I suddenly realised I had not seen Sean in  quiet some time and quietly panicked that I had not done any work. Which I quickly forgot about when I commented on the beautiful shrug which Nancy got in a vintage store, the name of which escapes me, to which her Dad said “As Nancy walked into the store Maggie Gyllenhaal walked out.” I was like OOOOOH Really! Star struck by a story.. how sad I know! Sean came back some time laughter, grinning from ear to ear. He was in love with the building and while “exploring” he had made new friends with the wedding guests!

I could of stayed chatting all day but there was a very stunning little church to get to. Nancy took off in her brothers car, which was too cute for words. Sean myself and Nancys Dad took a stroll through St Stephens Green Park. Which was alive with people going on about their daily lives. It struck me as a  such a happy moment. Off we were going to capture the story of a couples most treasured day and here we were surround by couples kissing and holding hands, families going for a stroll,people eating lunch,  people on phones saying ” love you, see you when I get home.” Hundreds of people, all in different places in their own worlds, but all happy and in love. It was very sweet and made my heart soar!

The church was out of this world. I was almost blinded, there was just so much to take in. The emotion of the wedding, lots of tears and laughter, the music, the details in the church. It was way too much. I was dizzy from it all. For any one that has not been to Newman University church I am telling you to GO NOW! David and Nancy wanted us to capture their day as well as Dublin and its architecture. Which is a bit different from our beaches and fields yet was so enjoyable. Dublin has some really beautiful buildings if you just take the time to look!  We went up to the famous Guinness Store house for some quick pictures before dinner, like it would have been rude not to. It was hilarious, waiting for buses and people to pass. Young ones asking ” Did they just get married, like why are they here, this is a weird place to get pictures done, like is he really a photographer?” The Italian lady screeching ” BELLA, BELLA” while munching on her pear. I think she just wanted to be in the photos though! It was an enjoyable challenge.

Then it was time to battle the traffic of Dublin city centre to get back to The Gentlemen’s Club to party the night away in incredible style….. and  enjoy some giant cornish pasties!

Nancy and David you are an incredible couple, a million Thank Yous for allowing us to be part of your day. We wish you nothing but love and laughter for always.

S&K

xxxx

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Venue: The Hibernian Club.

Church: Newman University Church.

Dress: Ruby by Jenny Packham.

Bridemaids Dress: Aidan Mattox

Grooms Suit: Mr Start

Band: Cotton Club Quartet

Church Musians: Former UCD choral scholars

Hairdresser:  Sinead Gaffney

Florist: Flowers by Lynda.

Cake: The Brides Sister Emily O’Brien.

12 comments on Nancy & David | The Hibernian Club | Wedding

  1. Dave

    Love it guys. Her dress is pretty special isn’t it. Cool bunch of people too. I want that car.

    • Poppiesandme

      Thanks Dave, it was just amazing from start to finish. We will defo be giving Nancy and David a shout for cocktails next time we are in London!

  2. Christina Brosnan

    Love city weddings! Always so elegant and chic. Love their car! Super!

    • Poppiesandme

      I know the car ROCKS, It was almost small enough to fit in the camera bag… almost!

  3. James Horan

    Your best work ever!!!

    • Kate

      Thanks Jamesybobs!

  4. Ailsa

    Im having my wedding here in June…were these photographs the wedding photographers? Do you know who it was?

  5. Anne

    Hi could you please tell me who this amazing photographer is? Exactly what I want for my city wedding!

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    i can’t get enough of the dress. So stylish and gorgeous. Fits the bride perfectly!

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