Capture NI || Causeway Coastal Route

Can you believe we’re almost halfway through August?! We may still be waiting for summer to turn up here in Northern Ireland but this weekend, Dan and I decided to make the most of what we had and explore the Causeway Coastal Route. It’s no secret that the Causeway Coast is one of our favourites, soContinue reading “Capture NI || Causeway Coastal Route”

Capture NI || Silent Valley & Newcastle

Capture NI || Silent Valley from Gemma Ruth Brown on Vimeo. Happy Monday blogosphere! Hope you had a great weekend. We were up in Newcastle to celebrate my father-in-law’s 60th. So fun! We stayed in the Slieve Donard (dreeeeeamy) and did lots of chilling in the spa, exploring of the Mournes and eating of delicious food.Continue reading “Capture NI || Silent Valley & Newcastle”

These are a few of my favourite things… St George’s Market

Ahhh St George’s. The sights, sounds, smells and flavours…home away from home. Whenever Dan and I are having a lazy weekend in the city, we love to feature the market on our Sunday itinerary. The forest green metal against the Belfast red bricks, the blue and pink bunting, the hustle and bustle of families, friends, couples, tradersContinue reading “These are a few of my favourite things… St George’s Market”

BRIDE BLOG #12: A WEDDING IS A COMMUNITY PROJECT

So…WE DID IT!!! Dan and I got married just over two weeks ago. The wedding was amazing and the tiny steps we’ve taken on our journey of marriage have been lots of fun. I have a few more posts on the Bride Blog series to share with you. I won’t be sharing too much aboutContinue reading “BRIDE BLOG #12: A WEDDING IS A COMMUNITY PROJECT”

JULY FAVOURITES

I’m enjoying being a little more personal/a little less formal in some posts on here (mainly because of your response: I’ve been loving the chat!), and I thought it might be fun this month to write up a ‘favourites’ post. It’s a random mix, but it was fun to write. What have you been enjoyingContinue reading “JULY FAVOURITES”