We have been privileged to witness so many incredible weddings already this year. Gillian and Alan’s wedding in Cobh cathedral and Ballinacurra house was one of them. Gillian used her flair for design and diy making a lot of her jewellery herself and most of the other wedding details. She wore a beautiful Caroline Atelier dress. Alan is a gifted musician (check out Cookie and the Vaudevilles!) so music was a big part of the day.  After some really moving music during the ceremony Cara O Sullivan appeared on the balcony of the cathedral. It was fantastic to be able to capture the surprise on Alans face when he realised who was singing.
      Venues: Cobh Cathedral + Ballinacurra House
      Dress designer: Caroline Atelier
      Shoes: Jimmy Choo
      Groomsmen suits: Saville Menswear Cork
      Bridesmaid Dresses: The Ivory Rose & Monsoon
      Hair: Aisling Kelleher of Sobe Brown
      Make Up: Claire Noonan
      Florist: Family friend Annette Kurucsai
      Videographer: Martin O’ Leary
      Band/ DJ: The Frets + Cookie and the Vaudevilles  + Tr3ble Clef / Dan Noonan
      Cake: Christine Girault- La Spoon
      The jewellery, veil, dickie bows and pocket squares were all made by Gillian. Both Gillian and Alan made the invites.



      Big thank you Shane and Adele for all your hard work and creativity in both capturing and putting together our wedding photographs for us. I still cannot quite believe how truly amazing they are. Obviously you are both very skilled and talented photographers but you bring an element of creativity and art to the pictures that I really have never seen before. You did’t just capture moments, you captured raw emotion and each and every photograph brings back emotions from different parts of the day. You were both a pleasure to have around on the big day and having said that you were so discrete and non intrusive at the same time….the perfect balance! To any brides/grooms out there looking for a photographer….you won’t do better than SOSAC photograpghy! Thank you again Shane and Adele and best of luck with SOSAC in the future! Gillian and Alan