Meghan & Jack met in Ireland while Meghan was doing her Masters at Trinity College – but actually met in a pub in Rathmines. Meghan is  originally from the USA and Jack from Dublin, and they got engaged on top of Sugarloaf Mountain in Wicklow.

The bridal preparation began in one of the Trinity rooms – and so they had just a short walk to the chapel for the ceremony. The chapel in Trinity is used by a variety of Christian traditions, and therefore, perfect for their wedding ceremony, which was co-officiated between a Catholic Priest and Protestant Pastor. Miniature Irish and US flags were provided for the guests to take on exiting the chapel. Rather than the usual “receiving line”, the guests formed up outside the chapel – waving their flags in the sunshine.

It was a lovely bright day, and we started with some photographs in Trinity, before travelling to St. Stephen’s Green for a few more. Then – on to the nearby Shelbourne hotel for the main reception and later dancing.

Bride & Bridesmaid's bouquets before the wedding

Wedding dress & final adjustments

Bridal preparation - adding the earrings

Bride's mother adjusting the dress and adding a brooch on a bow

Bride's father has a brief preview of the dress

Trinity College Chapel details - including the "Cupid" window

Groom at the door, greeting the arriving wedding guests

Bride and bridesmaid walk across the quad

Father leads the bride up the aisle in the TCD Chapel

Bride looks back during the ceremony

finishing the ceremony & the recessional

Bride & Groom kiss at the chapel exit door

Family members leave after the wedding

Flags and the guests lined-up outside to cheer the newlyweds

Family (both sets of parents) on front of the Trinity chapel

Bride with her parents

Bride-Friends

Wedding party fun photos

Bride & Bridesmaids walking in the Trinity grounds

Bride & Groom in st. Stephen's Green

Shelbourne Hotel details

Cake and cake topper

Reception room setup and lighting in the Shelbourne Hotel

Table settings in the reception room

Reactions during the speeches

Bride during the speeches

Bride & Groom kiss during the first dance

Videography: Irish Wedding Films http://www.dcmedia.ie

(You can view a highlights video on David’s Blog here : http://www.dcmedia.ie/blog/index.php/meghan-jacks-wedding-video-highlights/

Flowers: Mary O’Gara http://www.flowers.ie

Shoes & Dress: purchased in a small boutique in Kentucky, USA. The dress was purchased off the rack off the rack, which meant a 50% discount

Makeup : Maria Johnston http://www.irishweddingmakeup.com/

Music : The Good Guys http://thegoodguys.ie/