On the morning of the wedding Niamh’s Uncle Dan drove the bride to visit her grandparents as they unfortunately couldn’t attend the wedding. The bride wanted them to see her wearing her wonderful wedding dress and it was a touching and memorable moment for everyone. Dan then drove the bride to the parish church so that she could meet her man at the altar.
Rustic outdoor signs created by Naimh’s loving father illustrated that this celebration was about two families becoming one and that seating was not an issue in any way.
The church where Niamh and Blain got married was the same local church where Niamh had been baptized and Blain’s parents had been married several years before, so it held sentimental value and meaning.
The bride walked down the aisle at 12 noon to Pachelbel’s Canon in D and two of Niamh’s friend played the violin during the ceremony, along with a ceremony singer called Brenda Grealis who was fabulous.