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Soft Pastels & Gorgeous Greenery – Romantic Inspiration Shoot by Noir Photique

We’re a sucker for gorgeous wedding details so we were very excited indeed when this beautiful inspiration shoot landed in our inbox! Inspiration shoots are a great way to get some ideas for you own Big Day from hair and makeup (today’s dreamy looks were perfected by Brenda Doherty) to flower and dress inspo – it’s also a brilliant way to find suppliers for your own wedding day. This beautiful shoot was set in Castle Grove Country House Hotel in Donegal and was designed to inspire anyone hoping to one day marry their true love. The talented team kept things fresh with a pretty pastel palette with lots of soft blush pinks and gorgeous greenery throughout.

The stunning tablescape was styled to perfection with vintage china, candelabras and striking greenery setting the scene. Besides the swoon-worthy Hayley Paige gowns that are perfect for brides after that princess feel, all details were custom-made from the divine blush and ivory wedding cake with cascading flowers to the beautiful pink stationery suite. The super talented Noir Photique was behind the lens capturing all the gorgeous details – check out all the fabulousness below…

Credits

Photography: Noir Photique | Location: Castle Grove Country House Hotel, Donegal | Hair & Make-up: Brenda Doherty | Wedding Planner: Team Bride | Flowers: Love Blooms | Cake: Lough Erne Cakes | Jewellery: Tiffany Budd Goldsmith | Stationery: Kerry Harvey Designs | Hairpieces: Silkabelle | Dresses: Hayley Paige | Model: Sarah Kennedy (CMPR)
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Pamela Mahon

Pamela Mahon

Pamela enjoys writing about all things decor (she loves buying it too) and has a not so secret addiction to stationery. Her favourite section on the site is the galleries section (too many pretty images to choose from), and she can often be found lurking in the fashion and beauty forums as well.
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