On our first message exchange with Laura we saw the real possibilities of making our first wedding abroad, and specially with such a lovely person, Laura, I couldn’t help thinking how lucky we are for working in this. A wedding in Dublin, in our first year, it was something that we had never dreamt of, but it was a twist of fate.Not only this was a special wedding for being abroad, but also for a lot of reasons we will now tell you about.
Laura, such a nice and lovely girl,always with a smile on her face, responsible, but a little messy sometimes, and taking care of everybody at all times. It’s pretty hard to see her stressed, as she showed on her wedding day. Actually, I think she was the calmest bride we have ever seen.
Some years ago, when finished her Chemistry studies she decided to pack her things and move to Dublin to start a new life. After some time there, it was destiny that decided she had to meet Kevin, a real Irish man, university teacher and in love with, apart from Laura of course, with music too. I recommend you to listen to any of the songs from his band, Seti the first, that’s what I am doing at the same time I am writing this, perfect music to get inspired. (By the way, to whom it may concern, they are looking forward to come on tour to Spain… ).
Since the very first time we saw them together, we knew that they were made for each other, and as times goes by, love becomes bigger between them. Their faces showed that they were enjoying every single minute of the wedding, and they looked incredibly happy..
Since we arrived to Laura and Kevin’s house, until we got back in Spain, we felt very comfortable, and the way we were treated is something we will never forget, really good memories. There is no need to name them, they know who they are, just saying we will never forget the times we shared with you, and you have two friends here when needed…
All the family and guests seemed to be living the event the same way that the couple themselves. So you can imagine what an incredible environment it was the whole day.
The ceremony was held at the Tailors Hall, spectacular location, incredible light flooding everything. And if, to all of this we add the music played by Kevin’s friends, the atmosphere turned to magical. Tailors Hall ended as the place where we made the photo session, due to it was raining outside and we had so little time, there was no choice.
The banquet was at restaurant, La Stampa restaurant an intimate and charming place. It is one of the typical Dubliner buildings, it seemed we were in the middle of the 1920’s. The dinner was plenty of good vibes amongst guests and hosts, with very emotional speeches from the couple, family and friends.
The concerts and the party were at the the sugar club, one of the prettiest establishments I have ever been, not to miss when visiting Dublin. Kevin and some of the guests had prepared some songs to liven up the party. Mission accomplished, because at the end everybody was singing. And for the big ending, bride and groom did their dance on the stage, which ended in a very “special” way… 😉
And now, after this brief introduction of what happened at Laura and Kevin’s wedding, volumen up your speakers, push play, so you can see and feel what took place there (and if you are with your cell phone, you better wait until you can watch it on your computer , because it worths it)