The Cliffs of Moher, County Clare, Ireland and an Irish Wedding

In my last post, I talked about Iceland's natural beauty as well as the abounding graffiti in downtown Reykjavík. This post will feature the Cliffs of Moher on the western side of Ireland and a family wedding in the village of Ballymagarvey, which is about 45 minutes north of Dublin. Aside from the scenery in Iceland and at the Cliffs, the other thing that made this holiday one to remember was being able to meet my boyfriend's Irish family at a wedding. I'm not sure I've ever met a more fun group of people until now. And an Irish wedding is something to be experienced, although the weddings I shoot here in Ohio can be pretty awesome also!

 

Those are just a few of my favorites from the Cliffs of Moher in County Clare but the rest of the photos plus a few from The Burren (an Irish National Park) and a few from Dublin can be found on the Places page of my site, which is linked below!

And now for the main event; the Ryan wedding! The wedding was the whole reason we traveled to Iceland and Ireland and it did not disappoint. Laura and Olan were married in the village of Ballymagarvey which dates back to the 13th century. As you can imagine, that meant that the entire place had just such a charming and cosy and magical vibe going on... somewhere that looks out of a fairytale. Again, these are just a few favorites but you can find the rest of the gallery on my Weddings page which is linked below!

Be on the lookout for even more photos from Ireland, my next blog post will feature The Rock of Cashel and the nearby Horeabbey!