Kerri and Rory | Wedding Photographer Northern Ireland Larchfield Estate
Kerri and Rory’s wedding took place in that unique window of time that sits between Christmas and New Year’s Eve. Even if I’m working then (which I usually am), my internal clock seems to stop. Everything feels a lot more relaxed and I almost loose track of time. Almost.
Weddings aren’t completely relaxed occasions, mind you. Even Rory looked a little nervous when Kerri was a few minutes late for the ceremony. I feel the nerves too for many parts of the day. I wanted everything to go exactly according to plan for Kerri and Rory, and I didn’t want to miss a thing. At one point the weather seemed to be conspiring against us. After the ceremony, we headed off to Larchfield with bright, crisp winter sunshine on our backs, but dark clouds hung over the hills ahead. By the time I neared Larchfield, a freak snow storm had brought traffic to a near standstill (at which point I was mentally reconfiguring Kerri and Rory’s portrait shoot). To be greeted then by clearing, blue skies at Larchfield felt very fine indeed.
I loved Kerri and Rory’s wedding day from start to finish. I feel honoured to have been a tiny part of it.