We’re very lucky that our couples are dead on people, and Deborah and Jason are no exception. They two of the most genuine, thoughtful and incredibly funny people we have ever had the pleasure to meet.
The morning started with Jason and his best man relaxing at home watching South Park and cooking the most delicious looking fry we have ever seen.
Frank and Beans, D&J’s two sausage dogs, went on holiday the day of the wedding, but they were there in spirit the wee rascals!
Meanwhile Deborah, her family and maid of honour made their preparations with the sound of laughter, clinking of flutes filled with bucksfizz and family dogs running through the house.
Deborah and Jason are both architects so it’s no surprise they said their “I do’s” in one of Belfast’s architectural gems, the Ulster Museum.
Their ceremony was held in the beautiful Belfast Room of the Museum and Jason took us all by surprise with the smacker he laid on Deborah for their first kiss!
Since Deborah has always loved the Harland and Wolff Cranes we absolutely had to go to the Titanic Quarter for their portraits. Deborah also worked her magic and got us access to the Drawing Offices where the Titanic was designed.
We met up with their friends and family at the House Bar in Stranmillis and walked back to the Ulster Museum for delicious dinner, cracking speeches and dancing into the wee hours.
It was an honour to capture Deborah and Jason’s wedding day.
We hope you enjoy!