Kellie Ann and Ted had not one but two ceremonies, the fun one and the legal one. Their best friend officiated at a ceremony held in the Spiegletent in Wexford, the first wedding ever to happen there. It was a beautiful, love filled ceremony with anecdotes and fun stories about the couple. We then went outside for some fun portraits in the surrounding carnival area hopping on the carousel for a spin, the chair-planes and the big wheel (the groom temporarily forgot his fear of heights).
The second ceremony was held in the bridal suite of the Ferrycarrig Hotel which was the couples reception venue. It was very small and intimate with just their immediate family and bridal party. The reception was as fun filled, if not more so, than the rest of the day.
One of Kellie-Ann's bridesmaids built (yes built) a photobooth complete with funky wallpaper, photoframe holes and props for the guests to enjoy. All of the guests embraced the 1920s theme by dressing appropriately, complete with feathers, beads and drop waisted frocks. Kellie-Ann's brother made the books that where the centre pieces for each table and Kellie-Ann made her bouquets and the bridesmaids bouquets using romance books and flowers. Very crafty bunch altogether.
Enough from me, as always I'll leave the photographs to tell the real story.