Ireland is a popular destination for weddings. With fairytale-like castles, cute cottages and colourful villages, it’s no wonder couples decide to choose this little island to celebrate the big day. Filled with history and character, it can really make your special day feel all the more special. When it comes to planning your wedding, things can be a little harder than you imagined. Getting everything in order can be stressful when planning a wedding where you live so naturally planning a… Read more »
Here at Bloomsday as we dust off the cobwebs and dream about the warmer months ahead, we can’t help but think of what flower trends are big for spring and summer weddings in 2015. When it comes to your spring/summer wedding, there’s often a big emphasis on the flowers…but of course! With much more choice from springtime onwards, there’s really no excuse to neglect this very important area of your wedding planning. And we might be biased, but it’s the… Read more »
Just uploading some new photos of spring weddings, here’s a shot of the bride’s wall-of-flowers style bouquet from a gorgeous gypsophila themed wedding from a few weeks back. More photos of the church and venue to be uploaded over the weekend!
Beautiful images by photographer Lisa O’Dwyer of the Tipperary wedding of Bo and Talbot we did a couple of weeks ago (you saw her bouquets and buttonholes in our last post)…just stunning! It’s really hard to get good photos of church flowers and she captured them perfectly, love all the detail. Thanks to Bo and Lisa for sharing the photos! See more photos at Lisa’s blog!
Busy with weddings over the weekend, including this beautiful garden themed wedding. The bridal bouquet featured Sweet Avalanche roses and white anemones set against a selection of early summer flowers. Sweet little ‘bunchy’ buttonholes of Cool Water roses with anemone and waxflower, and bridesmaids to match. The reception took place at the Grain Store at Ballymaloe, where we filled the tables with vases of garden style flowers, including large enamel jugs on the window and top table. It… Read more »