The best way to celebrate St. Paddy’s Day, in my book, is to get cozy with a destination wedding in the birthplace of green-loving festivities. Ireland is, without a doubt, one of the most gorgeous landscapes for marrying. There’s an old world charm that can’t be beat and when you add a wildly gorgeous Bride to the mix – one who looks like she stepped right out of a Jane Austen novel – the result is a day woven with elegance and simple beauty as seen through the lens of Brosnan Photographic. Have a look at the full affair right here in the gallery.
From Brosnan Photographic: Emily and Lonan chose the beautiful location of Ballyvolane House for their reception and ceremony under the trees mixing Irish and Jewish traditions. Emily’s Claire Pettibone gown flowed off her petite silhouette and her bridesmaids dresses were custom designed by Emily’s favourite designer Hà Trùòng in Vietnam. Truly one of a kind. It’s been Emily’s dream to perform a dance from Pride and Prejudice so along with their wedding party and a few close friends they surprised everyone with the coordinated dance accompanied by a string quartet in the garden after the ceremony. As most of their wedding party was scattered around the globe they each practised on their own time and it all came together smoothly on the wedding day. That’s some dedication I have to applaud!
Photographer: Brosnan Photographic | Reception: Ballyvolane House | Flowers: Best of Buds | Decor: Pearl and Godiva + DIY| Cakes: The Choux Box | Music: Dublin String Quartet + Aine Ni Dhubhghaill + Mad Uncle Harry | Stationary: Heather Feuerstein Art | Shoes: Repetto | Dress: Claire Pettibone |Bridesmaid Dresses: Ha Truong