The moment I heard my first love story I started looking for you, not knowing how useless that was. Lovers don’t meet somewhere along the way. They’re in each other’s souls all along.”
Water takes on the shape of the vessel it’s poured into, like water, love is shaped by our intentions. What ever we choose to nourish, grows and strengthens. And within the remains of an ancient ringfort on Dingle Peninsula, Brianna and Eamon poured their love together during a traditional Pagan marriage ceremony. Earth in the north, fire in the south, air in the east and water in the west. Offerings were made to welcome the elemental forces together in reverence for Brianne and Eamon’s love during this sacred pagan ritual.
Brianne and Eamon dreamed about eloping to Ireland. Their intimate castle wedding celebration could not have been any more perfect thanks to the incredible planning of Peach Perfect Weddings. Rahinnane Castle stands tall, a sentry over-looking Brianne and Eamon’s holy vows. The cow’s lamenting melody the only hint of unseen witnesses to this union beyond the boundary of the ringfort. While this all sounds quite magical you wouldn’t know from our film that everything wasn’t quite running smoothly throughout the day. Brianne and Eamon’s boys were not entirely feeling in the spirit of the event for large parts of the day. Every kind of persuasion was attempted from chocolates and sweets to kind words and outright threats! Eventually I had an epiphany. The drone! The drone gave us a small reprieve from the tantrums as I flew it around them and we got the kiddies back on side for some super quick family shots before we jumped in the car and headed West!
Arriving at Dunquin Pier for our photoshoot we were treated to a day that was nothing short of spectacular, an average day on the Dingle Penninsula as the wind and sky came together with the mountains in the kind of resplendant marriage of elements only witnessed on the Wild Atlantic Way in Kerry. We stole the adults away for some stunning moments as the light burst fitfully through the clouds. We peered across the Atlantic, towards the island of Fear Mearbh – The Dying Man, and felt alive. Brianne and Eamon glowed together in the light and sound of Atlantic Spray on this spectacular outcropping of land in Co. Kerry.