To continue with the theme of intimate weddings I can't not share the wedding of Rachel and Andrew at Tankardstown House. Rachel and Andrew flew in from Boston to get married in a Jewish ceremony at one of my favourite venues. The orangery which is normally used for receptions was transformed, complete with chuppah, into a light filled ceremony space. With everything happening on site it made the day so much more relaxed. The superb flowers and chuppah were created by florist extraordinaire The French Touch who's style goes so well with the feel of the venue. Cove Cake Design, another truly talented wedding artist, provided the decadent cake which sat sweetly under the chuppah during the meal. I love the idea of reusing decor from one part of the day to another. It's not only cost effective but gives more meaning to the styling.
Regardless of the beautifully crafted details, if the only details of the day were Rachel and Andrew themselves it would have been just as beautiful. It was clear to see by the smiles on their faces and such loving nature towards each other just how much these two are in love and meant to be together. Here's a little peek into their wedding day.