Jessica and Sean are the best kind of Dub's. Great craic, down to earth and have a fab sense of style. They have been together for 15 years and decided to get wed on their 15 wedding anniversary with only their closest family present. There were four generation there and every generation had a blast, from their 2 year old son to his great grandad in his 80's, who climbed onto a chair to down a giant Espresso Martini!
Whilst this gang sat for dinner all you could were loud eruptions of laughter one after the other. Two families having a ball together and creating a day to remember. I think Jessica and Sean created something very special, proving that small weddings really are brilliant.
They said there 'I do's at the civil registry office and then incorporated some of Dublins finest sites and dwellings into their day. I had the rare privilege of hanging out with just the two of them for a couple of hours. The sun shone and we strolled into town, stopping to take a pic's at anything that caught our eye. Trinity college grounds are always a winner for photographs. After that we refuelled at Kaph with coffee and toasties whilst lovely random strangers congratulated and chatted to them about their day (one of my favourite things about Dublin weddings)
Another quick gaunt across town taking in some of my favourite photo locations, The Olympia Theatre, Love Lane and Temple Bar led us to our next venue. An absolute classic, pint's in The Foggy Dew, Hurray. The family regrouped in the pub and afterwards popped across the lane in to Crow Street Restaurant where they were treated like royalty, fed like kings and partied until the wee hours.
Jessica's sense of style with her sixties inspired outfit was amazing, right up my street. This is the first time that I have ever seen a completely yellow bouquet and it blew me away, so retro and unique. Her short dress and block heeled ankle boots were to die for. Not everyone could pull this look off but Jessica absolutely nailed it.