Stationhouse Hotel outdoor wedding in December?
One popular topic of conversation in Ireland is the weather and it's usually about how cold, wet and miserable it is. So when Suzanne and Darragh decided to have an outdoor wedding in the month of December, people must have thought they were nuts, or at least very optimistic. However their optimism paid off, and the first week in December saw temperatures hit 15 and 16 degrees with bright sunshine and no rain. Now we are of course talking about 2016 and not this year! This year the weather was baltic and there wasn't a hope of having an outdoor wedding.
Anyway, back to last December and Suzanne and Darragh's wedding in the charming Stationhouse Hotel, which is one of our favourite local venues. Nestled in the heart of the County Meath countryside, the converted railway station provides an ideal location for a wedding, including the ceremony which takes place where the old turntable once stood.
The site of the old turntable provided a sheltered location for this outdoor wedding ceremony in December.
A drop of whiskey to warm the lads up on the morning of the wedding.
The ladies had a drink or two to start them off too.
A last minute check on the make up.
Nearly time to head to the ceremony.
The detail in Suzanne's dress was amazing.
The red ribbon holding the rings together added that little touch of Christmas.
Darragh and his groomsmen patiently waiting for the bride.
The guests assembled for the ceremony in the Winter sunshine under the guidance of Celebrant, Joe Armstrong.
The sand ceremony is always a nice touch.
Nothing like a big wave from the guests.
Even in early December the autumn colours were still out in force.
Suzanne and Darragh enjoying a quiet moment.Darragh had the best man in stitches during the speeches. The Stationhouse always looks magical at Christmas. The end of the night (for us anyway) but the party was only starting for the wedding guests.
Keywords: ceremony, couple, december, first-dance, meath, outdoor, stationhouse-hotel, wedding, winter
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