Part two of our beautiful shoot at Dromquinna Manor has been published on the wonderful Reverie Magazine Blog.
I got to work with a fabulous group of suppliers....fabulous film photography by the Amazing Lisa O'Dwyer Photography,
Coordination by White Sage Events
floral design by Best of Buds Florists,
Cakes by The Cloudberry Bakery,
Stationery by Citrus Ink,
dresses by Patrick Casey and Adah Lynch,
Headpieces by Aisling Maher Designs,
jewellery by Rangoli Jewellery,
Make up by Rosa Through The Looking Glass,
Hair by Headrush.
Styling by White Sage Events, Lindsay Moynagh and Best of Buds.
Alfie my Labradoodle
Check it out here: http://reveriemag.com/2013/02/14/reverie-inspiraiton-roses-are-red/
Following on from my post a few days ago I'm delighted to present the fabulous photos from our shoot in the unique Ballintaggart House
. There is just so much eye candy in this shoot that I've decided to present them in two parts.....part two tomorrow!
I was delighted to work with such passionate wedding suppliers who are cutting edge in their field!
First of all the wonderful award winning photographer Pauline Dennigan
who's eye for detail and amazing talent is revealed in the texture and quality of these amazing shots. I have to admit that I let out a little squeal when I uploaded the photos and got my first glimpse!
Seriously stunning make-up by Kathryn O'Neill
who is head of make-up artistry (Ireland) for Daniel Sandler Cosmetics.
Fabulously unique dresses and accessories by Dirty Fabulous
.....all beautiful vintage dresses with a story!
THE most amazing cupcakes that I've ever tasted by The Cloudberry Bakery
....they made a cake for Jamie Oliver!!!
And our beautiful model Sarah Breen whom Pauline discovered and twisted her arm to model for us as she had exactly the look we wanted for this shoot! This was Sarahs first taste of modelling and she was a born natural!
For my part I took the opportunity to use my new line of brooch and gem bouquets and I think they compliment the dresses beautifully! I kept table settings simple using vintage massed carnations with accents of brooches and beautiful tulips who's beauty speaks for itself! And just for fun a little bunting! John in Ballintaggart House was so good as to provide me with beautiful mis-matched china.
Hope you enjoy and more to follow!
And as my Granny used to say give credit where credit is due so if you've missed the above just click on any of the links below to visit the suppliers websites!