Caitlin is a girl of my own heart. She's an American girl who married an Irish boy. Caitlin and Daryll live in New York but decided to have their destination wedding in Ireland. They chose the gorgeous setting of Howth for their wedding day. Both being used to the limelight of the New York stages they were very comfortable and easy to photograph. They were married in Church of the Assumption in Howth and walked with their guests down the road to the Abbey Tavern for their reception. During the drinks reception the bridal party and I jumped into a stretch limo and headed to Howth Castle and the marina for photos.
Back at the tavern the reception was decorated in a rustic chic feel with the wood beam ceilings, long tables with wooden chairs, bell jars full of babys breath and candle lined tables. There were lovely little touches all around the room. The seating chart, custom music cds wrapped with bakers twine and labeled with guest names and table numbers, also doubled as the wedding favours. Each guest had their own beautifully printed wedding menu and there was even a photobooth area which served as their guest book.
A cute tradition Caitlin brought from home was the traditional Louisiana Cake Charm Pull. Tiny charms hidden in the wedding cake, each with a different symbol and meaning, are pulled out of the cake usually by the bride, bridesmaids and /or female guests. It was really fun! Congratulations Caitlin and Daryll!
Wonderful vendors involved with Caitlin and Daryll's wedding: Pronovias, J Crew, Flowers Made Easy, Capparos Style, David's Bridal, Calvin Klein, The Wedding Chicks.