Delighted to share the wedding of Laura and David on the blog this evening at St. Aidans Butlers Bridge and onward to Farnham Estate, Cavan in February of this year. So much has happened since that date and it is lovely to look back on the ease of the day, the mingling, hugging and dancing that is normal at an event where you celebrate the joining together of people. The styling and placement choices at this wedding were truly beautiful. A special mention must go to both Mother of the Bride and Groom who looked fabulous in their outfits from Una Rodden and Gasp Boutique respectively. A special mention must also go to the flowers (how could you not) – from Laura family, O’Kanes Flowershop, Armagh. They were, understandably, outstanding as always – and it was lovely to see the girls and the family on the other side of a wedding, as guests, Bride and Bridesmaid. They have created so many fantastic florals over the years for other weddings so I couldn’t wait to see what they created for this!
Laura and David also decided to have a family perform an Irish Dancing set for a first dance, again a really unique choice which shows you make your wedding all about you. Your day, your way! But with family again very much at the centre of it all.
Hope you enjoy the lookback throughout this beautiful, stylish day. You were brilliant x
Team: Venue – Farnham Estate, Cavan // Brides Dress – McElhinneys Bridal // Brides Shoes – // Brides Headpece and Jewellery – Lori Muldoon Millinery // Grooms Suit – // Bridesmaids – Una Rodden Couture // Florist – O’Kanes Flowershop // Hair – // Make Up Artist – Fiona Murphy MUA // Cake – // Band – // Videographer – one of my all time favourites!!! – Eamonn Quinn Videography // Stationary and Paper Products – // Film Scans – Carmencita Labs