Inspired by the delicate, buttery yellows  and fresh buds of early Spring in Ireland against the deep blue-grey skies, where rain showers are always a moment away with the promise of beauty and rebirth in the air. Set in the stately elegance of De Burgh Manor, Co. Kildare, Ireland.

This editorial was created for the Wedding Workshop.co in March earlier this year. I’ll be teaching again and offering hands-on guidance for another editorial workshop next Spring. Check out the Islanders.ie conference happening in Kilkenny, Ireland. Hopefully there are a few tickets left!

 

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Team: Medium Format Film scans: Carmencita Lab, Styling: Grace & Saviour, Florals: Bella Botanica Location: De Burgh Manor Florals: Bella Botanica Make-up: Anita Conroy @ The Powder Room Gorey, Model: Teodora Sutra, Hair: Claire Barry Hair. Shot in tutorialship for @theweddingworkshop.co  Stationer/Calligrapher: Lenka Calligraphy  Dresses: The White Gallery and Ivory and Pearl Boutique

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Tomasz 21:28 October 18, 2017
Beautiful work Paula!
Memkoh 06:19 December 2, 2017
This is absolutely beautiful! I love the flow of the pictures too and I am convinced that brides need a stand-alone portrait session. I've styled one in the past and I'm hoping to do it with more brides. Well done!

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