One of those weddings that promises to wonderful, then ends up being more wonderful than you ever expected.
If there are alot of exclamation marks in this post, I apologise in advance, but I’m not taking them out. I have extremely high levels of girlie-wedding excitement about this blogpost!!!!! I don’t know where it’s coming from. I’m normally pretty level-headed about these things. I’ve seen alot of weddings by now, but I think it could be floral bow-ties that are putting me over the edge. Don’t get me wrong, weddings are about people and celebrations, but this amount of style needs a mention.
Sarah and Anthony’s day blew us away and left us smiling all the way home from Fermanagh. It was a summer-garden inspired theme, which really suited their marquee at The Watermill Restaurant setting. The colours! Oh the colours!!! From the first invite posted to the very bow-tie on their wee dog at the end, everything was thought about and colour-perfect. All the little quirky details are very ‘Sarah’! I love it when couples aren’t afraid to be themselves with their wedding style. Sarah, being the creative-type, did a whole lot of this herself. The Order of Service, and table details (even paper-mache table numbers!) all made by Sarah. Her mum made the bridesmaid dresses. Creativity runs in the family.
Sarah’s dress is really quite special. It was silk covered in iridescent beads. Thousands of them. It might look light and floaty but there was alot of weight in that dress!! It was jaw-on-floor gorgeousness. Sarah had to travel to London for the fittings. It was designed by a guy who won ‘Project Runway’ a few years back, who is now doing bridalwear. He practiced on girls like Kylie Minogue and Gwen Stefani before this ;)
And those green wedding shoes. Need I say more?
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