The days are getting longer, warmer and sunnier and I think it’s safe to say that Spring is well and truly on its way. I just love that Spring welcomes colourful wedding details. And what better colour to lean into than yellow! Whether you’re a fan of sunflower yellow or you prefer the delicate shade of Andie Anderson’s dress in How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days, this yellow wedding inspiration includes something for everyone.
When you think of traditional wedding suppliers you’ll think of florists, photographers and videographers, to name a few. These experts play a huge part in your day, using their craft to deliver the best service and products, but there is a new kid on the block that lots of 2024 couples are wondering about: wedding content creators. If you’ve heard of them but don’t really understand what they are, today we hope to help you understand.
If you’ve got a sweet tooth, there are so many ways you can include your favourite snacks in your Big Day. I always recommend that you select your favourite treats to serve at your wedding. It may be sweets, donuts, chocolate or ice-cream – whatever you like! Guests love the interactive aspect of a chocolate fountain or candy buffet.
For anybody who works a full time job and is also planning a wedding, you’re probably finding it hard to get everything done. So, today I’m walking you through some super practical ways you can plan your wedding without losing your job – or going insane!
The addition of live music will transform your wedding ceremony – believe me, it adds that extra special touch of atmosphere to the event and will bring many of your guests to tears! Today we are delighted to present no less than 30 incredible female artists from across Ireland as they share their favourite ceremony songs to perform.
Say goodbye to boring wedding ceremony programs and say hello to the wedding newspaper trend! It’s not just an itinerary, it’s a whole experience!
At Irish weddings, while bands are popular, couples desiring music that reflects their diverse cultures often choose a wedding DJ for a full night of varied tunes.
During your wedding planning journey you will get caught up in all the pretty details and the little extras – who can blame you, it’s a pretty special time of your life! However, it is so important to be aware of the legalities that come with booking your suppliers. Whilst we are not legally trained, and we would always advise you seek independent professional legal advice for anything you are unsure about, there are some key details in your wedding contract that we can help you with. Your contracts are there to not only protect you but also your wedding suppliers.
I bet you didn’t know that wedding invitation etiquette is a real thing. Who gets an invitation, should you put your parents’ names on the invitations, and of course, the one thing you should never do!
A white wedding is the ultimate classic, but if you want to update the look adding fresh green to the party will bring your day up a style level! The secret to keeping this look stunning in photos is to use plenty of texture through your attire, decor choices and florals. Lush and bountiful floral displays work so well in classic white and greens, giving a soft and fresh monochromatic look.
If you love flowers, cherry blossoms and greenery, you’ll love this colourful spring wedding! Claire and Sean tied the knot at the fabulous Keadeen Hotel, with burgundy, navy and blush pink details to bring the festivities to life.
I just love seeing how real life couples add drama to their wedding decor with a few simple, yet eye-catching elements! If you’ve already chosen your beautiful wedding venue and you’re looking to jazz up your wedding decor, then take a peek at what some of Ireland’s best wedding decor experts have in store for you.
Planning a wedding is a big task and it can start to take over your life if you’re not careful. Plenty of couples report that they feel like they’re drifting apart and if this is you… it’s totally normal. But there are some great ways you can keep the romance alive while planning your wedding!
Your ceremony is the nuts and bolts of the day, the time when magic really does happen and moments you will remember forever, happen. Hosting your ceremony, surrounded by your closets family and friends deserves a memorable space.
Your wedding style and theme are linked but they are not exactly the same thing. Knowing which is which will help when you are planning your day, down to the very last little detail. Today we’re sharing our tips and advice on the difference between wedding style and wedding theme.
It’s officially Pancake Day! Traditionally, Pancake Day (or Shrove Tuesday) is all about using up rich foods like eggs, milk and sugar, before Lent begins. Whether you are tying the knot around Lent, on or near Pancake Day, hosting a brunch wedding, or you simply love pancakes, these pancake cakes are to die for!
Oh the 1940s – the perfect era to replicate if you’re after a vintage touch! Looking for 1940s wedding ideas for a timeless celebration? Well, this is it! From the hair, makeup and fashion all the way through to the cars and music, there are several ways to incorporate the 1940s into your celebrations.
There’s a lot to consider when choosing your wedding date. Whether you are looking to get married on a bank holiday weekend or to avoid major sporting events, this list of Important Irish dates for 2024 will come in handy!
Say hello to Megan and Leyton! This gorgeous couple planned their Irish destination wedding all the way from Canada and tied the knot in a majestic Irish castle. We love how they focused on celebrating their love with their nearest and dearest, prioritising the entertainment and the party!
Planning a destination wedding is an exciting endeavour, but selecting the right photographer can be a daunting task. Firstly because if you are getting married abroad you want to make sure that you engage a photographer who has the sufficient passion to capture all the details, locations and memories of the trip. Secondly, because you have to plan all this from far away and count on your instincts and online reviews. Thirdly, because you are in front of countless options available and you may be asking yourself – who is the best fit for me?