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Glenveagh National Park Wedding | Kim and Andy

A selection of photos from Kim and Andy’s wedding day

Glenveagh National Park Wedding

bride and groom, Glenveagh National Park wedding photos, Donegal, Ireland. Photo by Paul McGinty, ghorm studio photography, Lough Eske, Donegal Town.

Bride getting ready, putting on her earrings, Glenveagh National Park wedding photos, Donegal, Ireland. Photo by Paul McGinty, ghorm studio photography, Lough Eske, Donegal Town.

groom and groomsmen having a laugh, Glenveagh National Park wedding photos, Donegal, Ireland. Photo by Paul McGinty, ghorm studio photography, Lough Eske, Donegal Town.

Bride being walked down the aisle by her father, Glenveagh National Park wedding photos, Donegal, Ireland. Photo by Paul McGinty, ghorm studio photography, Lough Eske, Donegal Town.

bride and groom walking through  the hills in Donegal, Poisoned Glen. Glenveagh National Park wedding photos, Donegal, Ireland. Photo by Paul McGinty, ghorm studio photography, Lough Eske, Donegal Town.  viel blowing across bride face. Glenveagh National Park wedding photos, Donegal, Ireland. Photo by Paul McGinty, ghorm studio photography, Lough Eske, Donegal Town.

bride and groom walking through the whin bushes. Glenveagh National Park wedding photos, Donegal, Ireland. Photo by Paul McGinty, ghorm studio photography, Lough Eske, Donegal Town.

the bridal party in the hills of Donegal. Glenveagh National Park wedding photos, Donegal, Ireland. Photo by Paul McGinty, ghorm studio photography, Lough Eske, Donegal Town.

After cancelling their original date last year, Kim and Andy decided to go ahead with their wedding even with the restrictions.
When I arrived at Kim’s home house she was getting the final touches to her hair and makeup done.

Andy and his family got ready in the couple house in Letterkenny.
Kim was helped into her wedding dress by her sister and maid of honour, Kerri and after that we got some family photos done before the bride got into her wedding car and headed for the Church of the Holy Martyrs.
The groom, Andy, was waiting at the altar as Kim was walked up the aisle by her father. After Kim and Andy exchanged rings and made their way down the aisle they were congratulated by a small group of their friends who had waited outside the church to see the newlyweds.
As we made our way to Glenveagh National Park for some photos just as the sun decided to come out. 
It was then time to head back to Kim’s parents house where they had some food organized. 
 
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