Music-lovers Éadaoin and Seán hosted a laid-back do in shades of pink, green and ivory
Éadaoin and Seán met at a music festival in 2002 and wanted to channel that bohemian energy into their summer wedding. “I loved the idea of a festival-style reception, with different entertainment in different areas,” Éadaoin says of their celebration.
Photography by Christina Brosnan, brosnanphotographic.com
Ballintaggart House, a 300-year-old manor house with spectacular views over Dingle Bay, gave the couple the scope to bring their festival dreams to life.
To say her vows Éadaoin chose a glamorous David Fielden gown (davidfielden.co.uk) with delicate lace detailing that she found in bridal boutique Myrtle Ivory (myrtleivory.com). She teamed it with a gorgeous vintage-style headpiece and birdcage veil by Emmy McCormick (sharonhoey.com).
Seán scrubbed up for the occasion in a grey two-piece suit from Ted Baker (tedbaker.com).
To add DIY flavor to table centres, Éadaoin filled jars with moss and adorned them with wooden hearts.
Their green and pink hued stationery came from Two Yellow Shoes (etsy.com).
The evening entertainment included a live band (seamusbegleyandjimmurray.ie) and a silent disco (silentnoizeevents.com) where guests wore headphones and tuned into one of three music channels.
And to keep the party going, a host of fun activities were planned for the next day to keep guests busy.