What comes to mind when I think of Eadaoin and Sean’s wedding is the details. There was an abundance of details! Eadaoin and Sean did a superb job styling their wedding and I loved the DIY/vintage/Irish garden wedding theme that ran throughout the day. I felt like a kid in a candy store with all there was to photograph, and actually with their lovely sweets table that saying works quite well!
Eadaoin and Sean were married in St. Mary’s Church in Dingle with their reception in Ballintaggert House, a superb venue. After the ceremony we strolled the streets of Dingle for a few snaps and then headed to Dun Sion Strand for more photos with the bridal party. Being slightly partial to Dingle, where the in-laws live, it really is a gorgeous place for weddings (especially when the sun is shinning!). Eadaoin looked absolutely stunning in her David Fielden dress from Myrtle Ivory and bespoke birdcage veil by Emmy McCormick of Anabel Rose. It was very uniquely designed, the veil was detachable from the headpiece, a clever idea!
There are so many details to mention but special mentions go to A New Leaf for the breathtaking floral arrangements and bouquets, Pearl & Godiva for the vintage tea sets, Two Yellow Shoes on Etsy for the wedding invitations, Joan Fitzgerald for the elegant wedding cake, all the ladies of Strands of Dingle and Pure Beauty Salon for beautification, and of course Eadaoin and Sean for all the extra DIY touches such as the very unique idea of weekend passes for all their guests which was inspired by their love of music concerts. They even had a silent disco at the end of the night! These two thought of everything. Big Congratulations Eadaoin and Sean! Stay tuned for day two!
I’m delighted that Eadaoin & Sean’s wedding was featured in You & Your Wedding Magazine!
Marquee Tent supplied by Marquee Marvel.
“Brilliant – thanks a million. They look great. We look like we spent the entire day laughing – which is what it felt like.”