A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery
Photos by MrsRedhead Photography

Deirdre and Dylan planned the goth wedding of their dreams at Blackwater Castle in Castletownroche, Cork, Ireland. They started with a gorgeous church ceremony, then some creepy-chic portraits in the cemetery, and finally into the seriously majestic castle for dinner and celebration.

Here's what Deirdre described their first (amazing!) date…

We went on our first date on Halloween, and it was one of the most memorable nights ever. We went out for steak and lobster on the pier in our costumes and then danced the night away at a party together.

How did they know it was meant to be? Dylan got Deirdre a python for her birthday.

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

A goth castle wedding in Ireland with a stroll through the cemetery

Vendors

Photography: MrsRedhead Photography • Wedding Dress: Marisa Bridals, from Lili’s Bridals in Tarzana • Bridesmaids dresses: Simply Bridal Los Angeles • Shoes: Badgley Mischka • Flowers: Park West Flowers, Mallow • Groom(smen)’s suits: Joseph Abboud • Accessories: Necklace and earrings from Glam Duchess, veil from First Look Veils, bow tie by Calvin Klein • Cake: Eileen Hegarty • Stationery: Shimmering Ceremony • Makeup & Hair: Beauty by Helena • Wedding Bands: Liori Diamonds • Ceremony/Reception Music: Uilleann Ceoil

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  1. No no no! I have been adamant that I'm not into white dresses or veils… this wedding has totally shaken my conviction! So beautiful. And the photo looking down the spiral staircase is perfection.

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  2. That black veil blowing in the wind and the kiss… whoa! Love these two humans together. Best wishes!

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