The Magazine of a Northern Ireland Photographer

Wedding at Sinclair Seamen’s Church & Ballygally Castle

The first wedding in April, I had a very enjoyable day with Jonathan & Heather. I’m not doing too bad at posting these to the blog – we’ll see how long it lasts! I have quite a few more pictures from March, but waiting on the couples getting back from honeymoon.

This particular day started with rain – but the weather picked up in the afternoon. Sinclair Seamen’s church is great inside.

Above: Outside Sinclair Seamen’s Church.

Above: This is fast becoming one of my favourite shots to take at a wedding!

Above: The classic Ballygally picture. I actually did a photograph a few weeks back from the other side of the archway – which I hope to post soon.

Above: the stormy weather had washed up tonnes (and I mean tonnes) of seaweed onto the beach – so unfortunately we couldn’t take photos on the sand. With a little improvisation, we got quite a few good photographs with the amazing scenery in the background. I thought I’d post the most different one – which was on the steps onto the beach.

Above – the spiral steps in the Ballygally Castle. Probably my favourite image from the wedding.

Above: hard to beat the natural photographs!

Above: And finally, one idea which Heather had which I thought was really nice, was to have a picture taken in her Mum’s wedding dress! I’m sure that will have been a lovely surprise for her mother.

You can view the full album mock-up  here


  1. Those shots are just perfect for the couple! The bride also stands out. I especially loved the fact that she’s wearing a frilly wedding gown and the texture of the gown was clearly captured.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


Latest from Real Weddings

Go to Top