What Made Our Day Unique
"Involvement of family & friends: bride's sister did loads of DIY decor, brothers drove the bridal party in their Opels, post-ceremony photos at bride's home, ceremony singing by friends & family, mothers baked cakes, foliage from bride's home used, wedding rings made from mom's old gold necklace, groom & friends did spin class taught by bride's cousin morning of wedding, people travelled from afar (Australia, USA, Dubai, Germany, Peru)
Kept things local: ceremony, reception, accommodation, afters all within 5min walk in Killorglin town. Guests parked cars Thursday night & didn't use them again until Sunday morning. Local suppliers as able." - Eimear & Eddie
Autumn BouquetThe famous quote "I must have flowers always and always" by Claude Monet always springs to mind when I fall for fabulous floral designs. From its bulbous size to the deep red and purple-hued blooms mixed with green foliage, this Autumn bouquet is ticking all the boxes. There are matching buttonholes and floral arrangements, plus greenery runners and sprigs for the wedding reception and cake table.
Inspiration & Styling
Relaxed & fun (tapas for dinner followed by a singing waiter & then a swing band). The wedding was in October in far south-west Ireland so we embraced that vibe: loads of foliage (photos in my family home's wild garden), & twinkling lights. We went for rich colours: flowers, bridal party outfits, make-up & decor (no pastels); deep greens, browns, gold and berries (the florist was AMAZING and got the vibe 100%). We didn't want things too perfect or "matchy" (bridal party chose their own shoes/accessories/makeup; loose wild look to the flowers & decor).