Registry Office Wedding
A lovely day in Dublin for Vicki and Alan’s registry office wedding. Vicki and Alan had traveled from Scotland to be married at the Registry Office. Thus I wanted to give a nice sense of the city to their wedding photographs. Especially since some of the loveliest parts of Dublin are close by. Also I have a route that I like to take couples along after their registry office ceremony. Taking in the banks of the Grand Canal, through Georgian Dublin and ending at Merrion Square Park.
My Creative Approach To A Registry Office Wedding
I photographed Vikki and Alan as they were walking through this part of the city. Thus they felt like they were taking a nice walk through Dublin on their wedding day. Not like they were posing for wedding photographs. I like to photograph a registry office wedding in a natural manner. Brides look at their most beautiful when they do not have to worry about posing.
Wedding guests also look at their very best when they do not feel like they are being photographed. It was more like a guided tour of Georgian Dublin. Relaxing and enjoyable and gave a sense of story and place to the wedding photography. We ended the photography session at O’Donoghue’s on Baggot Street. Allan and Vikki wanted to have a nice pint of Guinness in a traditional Irish pub.
Most importantly Vikki and Alan were delighted with their wedding photographs. This one of the most rewarding parts of wedding photography for me. If you like my registry office wedding photography and my style please feel free to call me anytime. My mobile number is 087 995 1252. I would love to hear about your registry office wedding plans Also I have a category on the site specifically for registry office wedding photography at https://deirdrebweddings.ie/category/dublin-registry-office-weddings/
Given the current situation I am still able to capture your wedding beautifully whilst adhering to social distancing protocols. I always photograph the portraits outside. Using some of the loveliest areas of Dublin that are close by. The Grand Canal, Merrion Square and Georgian Dublin. Also I use a portrait lens for wedding photography. So technically I have to be at least 3 metres from the subject to achieve focus. Always capturing a wedding in a natural and unobtrusive way. I never need to touch or interfere in a scene.