Let’s face it, 2020 certainly hasn’t been the year for weddings. We’d had the privilege of photographing some smaller, last minute weddings throughout the summer but Ryan and Oonagh were the first couple who had been booked in for a while and still decided to go ahead.
They were originally meant to have 150+ guests, but due to restrictions, were limited to a maximum of 30 for the ceremony, with a few extra coming for the reception in the restaurant.
With a few number of guests, it meant that they were able to spend more time with the guests who were there, but it also meant we would have a little bit of extra time for some awesome couple photos.
It also meant that Ryan could have the 8 course meal that he simply couldn’t afford with the larger guests numbers. Happy husband, happy life and all that.
(Please note, we haven’t post many photographs online of guests mingling and chatting, simply to avoid any potential issues related to social distancing).
Where the wedding name came from:
The name was chosen because of the venture into the long grass for some of their couple portraits.