Castle Dargan wedding of Rahul and Bhawana
Meet our Indian couple who tied their knot in Castle Dargan in Sligo. The cover photo is not like the usual wedding photos but has Rahul and Bhawana look at opposite sides. Maybe they were welcoming their new life and bidding farewell to the old one?
The wedding was a low key one with only close friends and relatives attending it. However, the relatives back home in India were connected digitally, so that they could watch the ceremony online. It was a warm gesture, and I have captured how the relatives were elated to see the live ceremony and blessed the couple.
Castle Dargan, one of the best wedding venues in Sligo, is an elegant place. For the civil wedding of our Indian couple, the venue was tastefully decorated with white flowers. Look at these photos. I have taken a few snaps of the outdoors as I liked the look of the stone walls covered with creepers. Against the clear blue sky with cotton candy clouds, the building looked grand.
Let’s meet Rahul now – a handsome guy who was impeccably dressed for the occasion. He looked attractive in his blue suit with matching tie and shoes.
Bhawana kept her wedding attire simple by choosing a white gown and teaming it with diamond jewelry. We took a few close-up shots of her in black and white. Bhawana has a warm personality that reflects in her affectionate smile. With her big and beautiful eyes, fair complexion, and gorgeous smile, she always steals the limelight.
The wedding bouquet was a bright one with yellow flowers and complimented the wedding attire of the couple. After the wedding, Rahul and Bhawana broke down, which made everyone teary-eyed. Of course, they had each other’s back and were soon smiling.
After taking a few shots of the newlyweds outside the venue on the golf field, we headed to Rosses Point Beach for a romantic photoshoot.
A romantic gateway at Rosses Point Beach
The couple loved the beach and got romantic. They walked hand in hand, kissed, hugged, and had a great time. As their wedding photographer, I didn’t have to ask them to pose. They looked so romantic that I just followed them with my camera and clicking happily.
The weather was perfect for a romantic gateway.
I had to capture the sea and beach also, as they are very picturesque. Bhawana looked so cute in Rahul’s jacket.
The last photo is another shot that will linger in your mind. The couple engrossed in a conversation sitting on a bench in front of the sea. Aren’t love stories made of such stuff?
As their wedding photographer, I wish Rahul and Bhawana a loving married life full of laughter and joy.