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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