Arrah Wanna not to be confused with Anna Wanna. And What a camp it was. There was quite a bit of history here for the couple and it showed. This was the most picture perfect wedding venue I’ve ever seen. Beautiful scenery, friends playing lawn games and reminiscing of old times.
The groom and his crew got ready in a gym that would have reminded anyone of their youth. We headed outside to a near by field for some group shots and some fun.
The ladies where tucked away in a quaint little suite, #6. They carried on as if it were any other day. No nerves in sight, just good friends and fun. Aine looked fabulous in her mothers beautiful wedding dress. The ornate embroidery made for some stunning images. It was truly a beautiful morning.
Off to the first look. Luke waited on a near by hiking trail while Aine walked up behind. Their excitement was contagious. I felt so blessed to witness a love like this, in a place like this.
The ceremony was held around the camp’s large fire pit. The guests took their seat around the sunflower decorated fire pit to have a perfect view of this wonderful couple tie the knot. The ceremony was filled with love and laughter. Not to mention a version of “In my Life” that encouraged group participation (I mean, how fun is that). They sealed the deal. Time to celebrate!
We ventured back to the main lodge of the camp for cocktail hour which turned into a beautiful dinner. New memories were made where old freaindships had started. Not forgetting to mention, the toasts at this wedding were some of the most heart felt, eloquent toasts I have ever heard in my life. The Mother of the groom recited a poem about beauty that had me choked up for a moment.
The sun was going down so we headed outside for one last walk. I captured some sweet heartfelt moments. The day was a success. They had done something great.
Be well and kiss often.
Time to dance!!!