Some Kilts in Kerry…

Scottish Wedding at Ballyseede Castle, Tralee

A very quick post that I will add to in the coming week. Ciara and James travelled from London to get married in Tralee. James is of Scottish descent so I had not one or two, but five groomsmen (and james) dressed in kilts and furry purses (sporran)! The sporran was very handy for storing Ciara’s lip gloss…

getting ready for the wedding

Wedding Dress

This moment of walking down the stairs of her family home is quite exciting and scary for a Bride for many different reasons…

Ready for the wedding ceremony

Father of the Bride

Ciara and James’ ceremony was held at St. John’s church, Tralee. Quite dark inside but a beautiful stone interior with pretty impressive organ…

The Bag Pipes at St. John's Church, Tralee

Organ, St. John's Church, Tralee


Father and Daughter

The ceremonial proceedings are lost on a tired Charlie..

A tired Page Boy

Sarah reckoned that she had emptied her tear supply before the ceremony but they continued to spill out…

Bridesmaid sheds a tear

Ballyseede Castle, Tralee, Co. Kerry

The reception was held at Ballyseede Castle, Tralee. Great location for wedding photographs..

Ballyseede Castle, Tralee, Co. Kerry

Portraits at Ballyseede Castle

Wedding Guests

Portrait of a Bride
Woodlands at Ballyseede Castl, Tralee

Wedding reception at Ballyseede Castle, TraleeOne of my favourite shots, Ciara and James entering the beautiful light filled reception room at Ballyseede Castle..

Reception room at Ballyseede Castle



  1. Very good photo of the bride and groom, just one point, the purse as you call it is called a sporran, and not a spuran.

    For more information on kilts and their accessories, I invite you to visit http//

    Kind Regards,


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: