Letterkenny photographer honoured after big win

LETTERKENNY photographer Stevie Toye was awarded Irish Wedding Photographer of the Year in an award ceremony that took place in the Crown Plaza, Dublin last week.

Organising a wedding is not an easy feat as it takes months of planning and getting every detail right.

That’s where these wedding experts come in, to put everything in place and make sure the couple will have an unforgettable wedding experience.


The 2023 Awards recognised exceptional specialists and suppliers that go above and beyond to ensure the uniqueness of every wedding.

Weddings by Stevie Toye Logopix, Letterkenny was one of the finalists in the Irish Wedding Photographer of the Year category. Following his win Stevie said:

“I’m absolutely astounded and honoured to take home this prestigious award and title. It’s crazy to think I’m being rewarded for something I love doing. I love covering peoples’ wedding days as I get to meet so many lovely families and be part of their celebrations.

“I try to keep the day as stress-free as possible for the bridal couple and I hope this comes across in my work. I have received incredible reviews from my couples and it’s so very heart-warming to see you’ve made their day more special. I am tremendously proud and privileged by their trust and friendship. I’d like to thank everyone who voted and left reviews for me.”

A stunning shot at the iconic Dunlewey Chapel.

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