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Rustic Summer Wedding in Ballyseede

This was such a lovely wedding we did back in May earlier this year for Fiona & Cole. They were married in the little Church Of Ireland Church next to Ballyseede Castle with the reception at the beautiful Castle.

wild flower bouquet

bridal bouquet

For Fiona’s bouquet we used garden foliages with spray roses and beautiful coral peonies

 

wooden crates with garden blooms

apple crates wiht garden flowers

This was a beautiful little church which did not need much decorating given it’s location. We used rustic wooden crates with wild garden blooms to dress the entrance

wooden crates

wooden crates

Church peonie pew ends

church peonie

Inside the church we used simple peonies with twine and a hint of gyp for the pew ends

 

Jam jars

jam jars reception

We filled littel jam jars with garden flowers and foliage for the tables at Ballyseede for the reception.

Fiona and Cole were so easy going and a pleaseure to work with, they were blessed with a lovely sunny day 🙂

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St James’s Church, Killorglin Wedding

Ciara and Gearoid were married in Killorglin St James’s Church in March earlier this year. It was a lovely chrisp spring day. Ciara loved the idea of white hydrangeas and gyp for her bouquets and for all the ceremony flowers.

Hydrangea and gyp Bridal bouquet

bridal bouquet hydrangeas and gyp

 

Ciara’s bridemaids wore soft lavender and we kept the flowers simple with bouquets of gyp with lavender ribbons

 

Lavender bridesmaids

Lavender bridesmaids

For the church flowers, we used the tall hanging lanterns draped wiht fresh ivy. We had two candle arrangments at the entrance with gyp and posy’s of gyp on the pew ends.

Hanging lanterns

Killorglin church hanging lanterns

 

For the Altar piece, we continued the gyp with hydrangeas and some seasonal spring flowers

Altar arrangement with hydrangeas

Altar arrangement with hydrangeas

 

We dressed the entrance of the church with our beautiful cherry blossom trees and lanterns, ideal for this time of year.

Cherry Blossom trees

Cherry Blossom trees

 

It was such a pleasure working with such a lovely couple, Caira Kindly sent me these images 🙂

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Melissa and Richard’s February wedding

What a great start to the year, one of our first weddings for 2016 was Melissa and Richard’s in Killarney St mary’s Cathedral and the Malton Hotel. Melissa was such a lovely girl to work with, so easy going:) She wanted a relaxed natural look for her flowers. Choosing a handtied cascading bouquet with solf pale pink and liac tones with trailing ivy.

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Cascading bridal bouquet

bridesmaids cloudy roses

Bridesmaids cloudy roses

We used the same natural look for the bridesmaids, adding in more stronger tones of lilac and lavender.

Buttonholes ivory

Buttonhole

For the Men we made lovely clusters of mini ivory garden roses for thier buttonholes. Adding some twine to the stems for a rustic look.

Pedestal arrangment

Pedestal arrangment

 

For the church flowers, we used the same pale pinks, lilac with ivory hydrangeas to in the pedestal and altar flowers

Happy couple

The happy couple

They chose the beautiful Malton hotel in killarney for their reception, where they had the most memorable celebration:)

The malton

Reception celebration

 

A special thank you to their amazing photographer Emma jervis for the photographs 🙂

 

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Woodland Wedding

Mitzi and Oliver chose the beautiful Kenmare for the location for their wedding. Holy Cross Church & Dromquinna Manor were their choice of venues. Mitzi loved the idea of incorperating all the lovely woodland surroundings into their wedding flowers. For her own bouquet we included  wild foliages such as thistle and ferns with pale pink David Austin garden roses for a hint of colour.

wild flower bouquet

wild flower bouquet with thistle

wild flower bridesmiads

Wild flower bridesmaids

The bridesmaids Dresses were a lovely misty blue grey colour, so we used the deep blue thistle to bring out this colour in the bouquets.

 

box unity arrangement

rustic church altar arrangement

We kept the rustic woodland theme in the church with the untity arrangement done in a rustic crate with wild flowers

 

milk churn arrangement

milk church flower arrangement

We used our Milk churns with wild flowers for the outside of the church. Along with wood stumps that Mitzi herself sourced. We decorated these with moss and a few jam jars filled with wild flowers

 

reception arrangement

reception arrangement

After the ceremony, we brought back the altar arrangement and reused it for the top table

 

lavender table plan box

lavender table plan box

This was an idea Mitzi had of incorperating dried lavender into the table plan. We filled a crate with babies breath and lavender. It was very effective and gave off a lovely smell in the reception.

 

Bridal couple

bridal couple

It was such a pleasure working with Mitzi and Oliver, they are such a lovely couple and I am sure they will be very happy for years to come:) A special thank you to photographer Magda Lukas for the amazing pictures!

 

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Lilac and White Roses

Lilac in Summer

Fiona and Mike were married in Killarney in July earlier this year. Their ceremony was held in st Mary’s Cathedral  and the reception the Dunloe Castle Hotel in Beaufort. These two were really a lovely couple and a joy to work with.

Fiona had just one bridesmaid who wore Purple. So for Fiona’s bouquet we added in a lighter shade of lilac with some white roses with DiamantĂ© through them.

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Bridal bouquet mixed roses

groom buttonhole flower

Groom Rose buttonhole flower

We used the same colour lilac rose called ‘Pacific Blue’ for Mikes buttonhole flower, with a hint of green ivy to finish it off.

Cathedral entrance

Cathedral entrance

Unity candle arrangement

Altar arrangement

For the church arrangements we added in the deeper shade of purple ( hydrangeas) , also using  lilac and white roses with greenery

candle arrangements in church

Church Flowers candle arrangements

Some tall candle arrangements leading down the isle created a nice intimate effect in such a large church

Mr and Mrs

Mr and Mrs

Fiona and Mike had a wonderful Day with all their friends and family and were blessed with beautiful sunshine 🙂

Thank you to Fiona for sending me these fabulous photo’s taken by the Talented Mr Ian Cronin from icphotostudio photography.

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August Blue Flowers

August Blue

This was a very memorable wedding from August last summer. It started off as a very wet day in Killarney where Karen and Kevin chose to say their vows in Fossa church. I remember standing outside the church in the pouring rain waiting for Karen to arrive from Cork so that I could give her bouquet before she walked down the Isle. She looked absolutely stunning and was not fazed at all by the rain.

Bride and bridesmaids flowers

Bride and bridesmaids flowers

Karen chose the perfect seasonal flower combination for her bouquet. White peonies, freesia and avalanche roses.

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Fossa Church ceremony

For the ceremony, we used hydrangeas and draping organza on the pew ends with a beautiful altar arrangements with hydrangeas and roses in it.

Bridesmaids flowers

Blue bridesmaids

The four bridesmaids wore blue and we kept their bouquets simple with white hydrangea and avalanche roses.

Cake flowers

Cake flowers

The reception was held in the Dunloe Castle Hotel

Tall centrepiece with hydrangeas and roses

Tall centrepiece with hydrangeas and roses

The centrepieces were a combination of tall and low vases filled with hydrangeas, roses, gyp and garden foliage’s

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Stocks and hydrangea centrepieces

The top table flowers were clusters of cubed vases with scented flowers in them, stocks, hydrangeas and roses.

I loved doing these flowers, its always such a pleasure working with a bride who appreciates and loves flowers as much as I do:)

Thanks to Karen and Kevin for sharing some of their photos with me.

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White Flower Bouquets

Peonies and Purple in Fossa

It was a beautiful Summers day on the 10th August 2013, with a couple of light showers but overall a great day for an Irish Wedding! Sinead and Andrew were married in a beautiful ceremony in Fossa church ( Killarney) with the reception held at the Brehon Hotel.

Poenies and Roses

beautiful bride with her bouquet of peonies and roses

Sinead wanted to use seasonal flowers in her bouquet so we went with Peonies and white avalanche roses. We added in a few smaller cluster roses to create texture in-between these big blousy blooms.

Rose buttonhole

Rose buttonhole

For Andrew’s buttonhole we did a cluster rose spray with green detail.

White bridesmaids bouquets

Purple Bridesmaids with white Rose bouquets

The bridesmaids wore a beautiful purple colour and their bouquets were made up of simple white avalanche roses in a hand tied bouquets.

Fossa Altar flowers

Altar arrangement in Fossa Church

We continued the theme of peonies and roses for the altar flowers and added in some white hydrangeas/gyp and garden foliage.

hand tied bouquets

Bride and bridesmaids hand tied bouquets

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Mr and Mrs Mc Carthy

It was a beautiful day captured through the lens of Shane O’ Sullivan Photography..:)

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September in the Dunloe

It was a beautiful Autumn Day on the 14th September this year that Madeleine and Eoin were married in the St Mary’s Cathedral in Killarney. Madeleine was a stunning bride and so wonderful to work with. She loved the idea of having garden flowers such as  roses, ranunculus, white hydrangeas, babies breath green ivy and with grey eucalyptus foliage in the bouquets.

Madeleine arrives

Madeleine arriving at the Cathedral

Flower railings outside church

Decorated railings outside the church

The church flowers were very natural shades of green ivy and large blousy roses with plenty of soft babies breath.

Hanging Lanterns with ivy

hanging lanterns

ceremony flowers

Altar flowers

Madeleine’s bouquet was made up of white avalanche roses, ranunculus, gyp and eucalyptus. We added in some pale sweet avalanche roses and astibe into the bridemaid bouquets for contrast.

Hydrangeas and ranunculus

Bridal bouquet with hydrangeas and ranunculus

The reception was held in the Dunloe Castle Hotel where used tall silver candelabra  topped with babies breath centrepieces.

gyp centrepieces

babies breath centrepieces

Madeleine and Eoin had a wonderful day along with their gorgeous little girl Abigail who was chief flower girl.

Special thanks to Shane O’ Sullivan for these fantastic pictures 🙂 !

 

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Sweet Summer Pink

This was a perfect summer wedding for Aisling and Colm. It was a sunny August Day, the ceremony was held in the Cathedral with the reception held at the beautiful Muckross Park Hotel in Killarney.

Bridal bouquet

Bridal bouquet

Aisling had 3 bridesmaids and one flower girl. All dressed in a lovely pale pink. The perfect colour for summer. We had decided to add the pink into Aishling’s flowers and gave the girls ivory rose bouquets.

Pink Bridesmaids

Pink bridesmaids

Groom Flower

Groom

Colm’s Boutonnière was made up of an ivory vandella rose with a hint of stephanotis. The rest of the lads had the pale pink roses.

Pink and white roses

Bridal bouquet roses

The bridal bouquet was made up of Sweet avalanche roses mixed with the ivory vandella roses. We added in the little pearl detail into the roses.

The happy couple

Happy couple

 

These two were really blessed with a wonderful Day!:)

Special mention for Shane o Sullivan who took these brilliant shots, very talented indeed!:)

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Tea for two

This was one of the most memorable weddings for me in 2013. It was a magnificent summers day in July and was  the same day that the ring of Kerry charity Cycle race was on. Which meant that we were caught in the middle of it, as Kathryn and Jonny  had chosen the beautiful town of Kenmare for their ceremony with the reception afterwards held at Dromquinna Manor.

Bridal bouquet

Kathryn’s garden flower bouquet

Kathryn had 7 bridesmaids! Each wore a different dress with mad floral designs and colours. Really different and fun! The flowers were a combination selection of summer blooms in all colours from yellow sunflowers, ivory and coral peonies, pink hydrangea,  blue Delphiniums, red roses, white daisies and wild foliage’s such as honeysuckle . Kathryn was great to work with as she was very trusting gave me free rein.

bridemaids bouquets

7 bridesmaids

The boutonnieres were made up of Lavender and rosemary sprigs tied together with Raffia. Very casual and tied in well with the relaxed style of bouquets and arrangements.

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Jonny and the lads

The ceremony was held in Kenmare Church. We had galvanised buckets filled with wild flowers and colourful garden blooms. Little buckets on the pew ends and larger ones at the back of the Altar. The Altar arrangement was done in a wooden box instead of the traditional Altar piece.

Church flowers

Kenmare church

I loved the working on these centrepieces. Kathryn’s family had been collecting little bottles and  jam jars. They had  stuck on little bits of hessian cloth and little lace bows and details on the jars before giving them to me to fill with flowers.

teapots and flowers

teapots, jam jars and flowers

‘Pearl and Godiva’ had done the dĂ©cor styling at the Manor house and supplied all the vintage tea pots, crockery and napkins.

Table centrepiecesin tea pots

Reception flowers

The last bit of flower detail were little sprigs of fresh lavender and Rosemary on each Napkin.

Napkin flower

Lavender napkin detail

This truly was a wedding to remember and I know that Kathryn and Jonny had an amazing day with all their Family and Friends. I enjoyed being part of this magical day:)

I have to mention the Photographer who took all these amazing pictures. David McClelland Photography. He did a fantastic job!

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Lily of the Valley

Michelle and Dax were one of the most memorable weddings that I worked on. They were both from Canada and had chosen to tie the knot in Killarney Co Kerry. The venues they chose for their ceremony and reception were, St Mary’s Cathedral and Cahernane house in Killarney. Michelle was very clear of what flowers she wanted from the start. Lily of the Valley!

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Michelle’s bouquet was a hand-tied posy full of just lily of the valley with a trimming of dark green leaves.

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For Dax, we gave him a single sprig of Lily of the Valley
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The six bridesmaids, wore emerald green dresses and carried smaller versions of Michelle’s bouquet.

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For the church flowers, we used a combination of white hydrangeas, veronica, bells of Ireland, avalanche roses, amaranthus and lisianthus.

Killarney-Cathedral

We continued with the same combination of flowers for the centrepieces at the reception only we added in a bit of the Lily of the Valley.

Lily of the Valley wedding flowers

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Wild Flowers in August

Caitriona and Allen, were married in August 2012. The ceremony was held in St James’s Church in Killorglin with the reception afterwards at the beautiful Dunloe Castle Hotel near the Gap of Dunloe in Co Kerry. Catriona came to me with the idea of having wild flowers incorporating her bridesmaids colours which were red.

wild flower bouquets

Photography by Riona MacMonagle

The colours we decided on were rustic burnt oranges, yellow, brown, ivory and reds

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The flowers we used were, hypericum berries, montbretia, solidage, dahlias, celosia and some grasses. The style of bouquet was a simple loosely  hand tied bouquet.

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Allen’s boutonnière was a simple spray including some of the flowers that were in Catriona’s bouquet.

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The arrangements in the church were also wild/garden flowers including hydrangeas and a few dentrobuim orchids. The altar arrangement was then reused at the reception on the top table.

wild flower church altar

Photography by Riona MacMonagle

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Sunshine Dahlias

Adrienne & Daniel were married in Killarney in July. They live in New york but decide to get married in Ireland as Daniel is From Dublin. They chose  Fossa Church for the ceremony and the reception was held at the Beautiful Aghadoe Heights hotel. The colour scheme was canary yellow and midnight blue. the  Bridesmaids wore Canary Yellow and the Men wore Midnight blue suits.

Dahlia Bridal bouquetAdrienne wanted to use seasonal flowers especially Dahlias. So we used a mixture of white and yellow Dahlias and freesia for all the bouquets, having more yellow in the bridal bouquet than the bridesmaids.Bridesmaids and Bride Bouquet mixed dahlias

The groom wore a single yellow Dahlia and the Best men white.

Altar flower arrangement with candlesWe carried the Dahlia theme throughout all the church flowers using white Dahlias, freesia and roses.Cluster Centrepieces for weddingFor the table centrepieces we used various cube and bulb vases and filled them with seasonal flowers such as Dahlia, freesia, roses and white hydrangea.

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Feathers and Roses

Moire and Aidan were married in March of this year.  Their choice of Venue was the beautiful Balleyseede Castle which was idyllic for a spring wedding. Moire was a very organised bride with everything planned to the last detail which made my job very easy.
Amnesia Rose Bridal Bouquet

We used a combination of amnesia roses and ivory vandella roses for her bouquet which was hand tied. In addition we added in some whit ostrich feathers which picked up on the vintage head piece that she wore. Aidan Wore a single amnesia rose boutonniere.

amnesia Rose Buttonhole

The bridesmaid bouquets were made up of  ivory roses and  we made wands for the little flower girls.

Flower Girl Wand with roses

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Gerberas & Butterflies

Shelly and Patrick opted for a spring wedding in Early March. The ceremony was held at Fires church in Co Kerry with the reception held in the Ballyrow Hotel in Tralee. Shelly wanted something really colourful to compliment her bridesmaid dress, which was a cerise pink colour. Gerberas seemed to be the perfect match and also one of Shelly’s favourite flowers, so it was a perfect fit.

 

The bridal bouquet was simple with white gerberas with diamante. The bridesmaid bouquet had all the coloured gerbera, orange, yellow and cerise. Shelly also had two flower girls and here we went with a couple of wands with mini gerbera.

The church was simply decorated with a large altar arrangement. For the pew ends we used a single colourful gerbera on every second pew end. Outside the church we had two spiral topiary trees with mini gerberas. We added two lanterns for a bit of candle light.

For the reception tables, we used glass fishbowls with mixed gerberas and butterflies.

 

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Gerberas in Glenbeigh

Laura and Liam were married in Glenbeigh church in October.  Laura’s family own the pub right across the road from the church so it was an ideal location for the ceremony as well as a very short commute for Laura to the church.Bridal Couple Outside ChurchThe flowers were bright and colourful! Laura wanted something a little different to the norm, so we used loads of colourful gerberas with lime green hydrangeas for the bouquets and arrangements. (photo by Cleary’s Photography)

Exotic Bride Bouquet

For Laura’s bouquet, we added in a few exotic leucospermum for a bit of texture along with the colourful gerbera and hydrangea. (photo by Cleary’s Photography)Gerbera Bridesmaids

 

The bridesmaids were lime green hydrangeas with the coloured gerberas. The lime colour really made the gerberas stand out. (photo by Cleary’s Photography)

Gerbera ButtonholesThe boutonnières were mini gerbera. (photography by Cleary’s Photography)

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July Wedding in Killarney

Oona and Eugene, both from Co. Kerry, were married in July 2011. They had their ceremony in the Killarney Cathedral with the reception at Balleyseede Castle in Tralee. Oona’s dress was very elegant with a lace veil, her bridesmaids wore a silver shade of beige, called mink.

Bride and bridesmaids bouquets

Tear shaped bridal bouquet with roses

 

We kept he bouquets in classic ivory shades. Oona’s bouquet consisted of vendella roses, stephanotis,  lisianthus and eucalyptus .We added in some diamante which picked up on the beautiful brooch we used on the handle. The bridesmaids’ bouquets were also vendella roses with lisianthus and ornitholignum.

Bride bouquet

Tall church candle stand

Church Pews with hydrangea

The church flowers were lovely, with lanterns at the entrance with all white candles stands made with white baby’s breath arrangements with white hydrangeas on the pews.

The altar flowers were peach and ivory for a bit of contrast. The main altar arrangement consisted on roses and orchids.

Altar arrnangement with roses and orchids

Hydrangea centrepiecesThe centrepieces at the reception were tall vases with white hydrangea.

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Vintage Theme Wedding

Sinead and Colm, both Irish and living in Australia decided to return home to Kerry to get married in the beautiful Balleyseede Castle in Tralee. Their theme was vintage.

Bridal bouquet with roses and peonies

Sinead went with an ivory bouquet consisting of roses and peonies with some diamanté detail.

Bridesmaid bouquet of mixed roses

Sinead’s one bridesmaid wore a salmon/peach colour so we incorporated a bit of this colour into the flowers. The bridesmaid’s bouquet was a combination of ivory, pale pink and peach roses and we borrowed a couple of Sinead’s grandmother’s brooches on the stems of the bouquets.  This enhanced the vintage thefor wanted to achieve.

rose centrepieces in silver bowltall candelabra with rosesThe centrepieces were tall candelabra and low silver goblets filled with roses, hydrangea, lisianthus mixed with greenery.wedding cake with roses

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Berry Beautiful Kenmare Wedding

Amy and Steven are both living in Australia. They decide to get married in Kenmare Co. Kerry as this is Steven’s home place.
wedding corsages of rosesAmy’s theme was black and white with a hint of lime green. She loved hydrangeas and wanted them as the main flower throughout the wedding. This worked out perfectly as they are in full bloom in August.

Her bridesmaids wore black dresses so to add  in some of the black colour with a bit of texture, we used some black viburnum berries. We used the same flowers for all the bouquets, white avalanche roses with the black berries.

Tall candelabra with hydrangea

Fish bowl centrepiece with hydrangea

The reception centrepieces at the Kenmare Bay hotel were a mixture of tall candelabra and glass fish bowls. Each arrangement consisted of white and green hydrangeas with the black berries through them.

Kenmare church flowersIn the church we had topiary trees at the entrance with white hydrangeas in them. The pew ends were all white pomanders with black satin ribbon.

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Wild flowers in Cahersiveen Wedding

Sheila and Patrick decided to get married at Sheila’s home town of Cahirciveen, Co. Kerry. Sheila wanted a very natural wild flower look for her flowers, nothing too structured or tight. Freesia & Peonie Bouquet

It was a spring/summer wedding so we were lucky to have some lovely blooms to choose from. In the end we settled on a combination of freesia, peonies, veronica, ornitholignum, viburnum and hypericum berries.

Peonie Freesia Bridesmaid Bouquet

Her bridesmaids wore grape colour dresses so we opted for a hint of a deep purple lisianthus in their bouquets.

Hurrican Vase Reception CentrepieceWild Flowers Bouquet

Wedding Cake FlowersThe reception was held in a marquee so within keeping with the natural wild flower look we opted for hurricane vases with beach sand, candles and the same combination of flowers as her bridesmaids.

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Muckross Park, Killarney Wedding

Victoria and Garry from Dublin were married in July in the Killarney Cathedral with their reception at the Muckross Park Hotel.

Peonies Wedding Bouquet

Bridal Bouquetes

 

Rose Buttonholes

Victoria wanted an ivory bouquet for herself but was not sure about trying to match the bridesmaids colour as this can be tricky and if you get it wrong, it can be disastrous. Luckily we managed to find the perfect colour hydrangea which turned out to be a perfect match. For the bridesmaids bouquets we used white avalanche roses with lilac freesia then peonies,avalanche roses and freesia for Victoria’s bouquet.

BridesmaidsHydrangea Flower Girl Wands
The flower girls were quiet young all ages under 5 so we went with wands, made up of hydrangea and freesia. I was told later by Victoria that these were a huge hit with the little girls!

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Killarney Cathedral Wedding

Ed and Dee, good friends of ours from Cork, chose to get married in the majestic Killarney Cathedral. Dee liked the idea of a tight hand held bouquet of roses. We decided to add in a bit of colour as her bridesmaids dresses had a pale pink hue to them so we went with ivory, pale pink, medium pink and a deep pink.

The roses were a mix of Dolce, Amelia, Vandella & Heaven and we added in a few Rananculas . To finish off the bouquet we added in some bling, a few diamante to pick up on her earings.

Wedding Dress & Bouquet

For the church we used lots of colour and added in some lime green hydrangeas wich really accentuated the pink tones. We also used our little pew buckets which were re-used at the Cahernane Hotel reception afterwards.

 

P.S. I have to mention Dee’s shoes here, they were fabulous and she kept them all night on the dance floor!

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Gap of Dunloe (The Black Valley) Wedding

Aisling and Aiden from Dublin chose one of the most beautiful places in Kerry to have their ceremony, in the Black valley up the Gap of Dunloe.

It was interesting trying to deliver the flowers to the church as we kept getting stuck behind all the traps (horse and cart) along the way! But we made it and it was worth all the effort.

The flowers Aisling chose we simple and elegant.  We use sweet avalanche roses and pale pink peonies for her own bouquet.

For her bridesmaid we went with just roses and for the flower girl a pale pink pomander using crysanths.

Church Altar Pink Roses

The church flowers were mainly the avalanche roses with white orchids (dendrobium). We used two bay trees filled with avalanche roses at the entrance to the church and a single rose on each pew end.

 

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Gap of Dunloe Church Altar

Wedding Rose Church Pews

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A Country Affair – Beaufort House

Liz and Sean, both from New York, chose Beaufort House in Killarney to host their intimate country wedding. <

From the start, Liz knew that she wanted; a colourful, lush, textured and scented bouquet. Using quite a few different varieties to create this look, we decided on a mixture of Cymbidium Orchids, Peonies, Roses, Lisanthus, Trachelium, Hypericum Berries, Safari Leucodendron and a few small Crysanths.

From lime to dark green, pink to deep red with a sprinkle of ivory, it really worked well.

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