Take a peak at these gorgeous memories as Karen & Christopher celebrate their first anniversary today. They were married in Tassagh Presbyterian Church and celebrated in Corick House Hotel. It was a very vintage affair with lots of vintage props and rustic styling. Karen chose a decadent wild and naturally trailing hand tied bouquet with gorgeous scented garden roses…very 1920’s style. The bridesmaids in lilac carried vintage wildflower posies in shade of lilac, lavender and purple. The Ditsy Floral Vintage Bike also made an appearance with a beautiful basket of blooms. The vintage rustic styling continued at Corick House Hotel. These beautiful photos were captured by the talented Chris Semple of Chris Semple Photography, thank you for sharing.
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So much love, happiness and sunshine remembered from Aisling & Gary’s real wedding on the 25 April last year in Kilmore Parish outside Richhill, County Armagh.
Aisling wanted to go ‘wild’ with the bride’s bouquet with lots of foliage texture and soft pink colours to match the bridesmaids lovely mid pink dresses. Pink Hydrangea was teamed with Sweet Avalanche roses, Sweet Dolomiti roses, lilac spray roses, astilbe, greenbell, a little Baby’s Breath and lots of silvery eucalyptus foliage for impact.
The boys wore natural style buttonholes with pink lisianthus, lilac rose, astilbe and foliages. Aisling told me people to this day nearly one year on still ask me who did my flowers! Awh it really was an absolute pleasure…love that I get to be involved in one of most special days of your life!
Happy Anniversary Mr & Mrs Henderson and thank you for sharing your memories with me and thank you for choosing Ditsy Floral Design as your wedding florist!
Sarah married her German beau Markus with a beautiful church service in Magheralin Parish Church and celebrated with a rustic hessian and lace styled reception in the gorgeous Ballydugan Mill, Downpatrick on the 20 Aug 2015.
Sarah’s wild and romantic bouquet contained vendella and bombastic roses, pink lisianthus, phlox, astilbe, astrantia, garden dahlias and seeded eucalyptus foliage.
The venue décor included my authentic vintage ladder, vintage pitcher jugs, rustic wooden crates and jam jar pew ends. The tables were decorated with hessian and lace doilies and the jam jar posies re-used from the church.
The beautiful photos are by Amy, Retrosight Photography. Sarah thank you for sharing these beautiful memories of your day and have a great a first anniversary x
Elaine and Steve tied the knot in the little Parish Church in Darver, Co Louth on a gorgeous summer day last August. The celebrations continued across the road in beautiful Darver Castle. The bridesmaids wore short vintage style dresses in blue/teal and we picked a strong pop of raspberry to contrast with the teal and styled the flowers on natural and wild summer wildflowers. The bouquets contained raspberry spray roses, lisianthus, scented stocks, blue nigella, baby’s breath and locally grown eucalyptus. The Groom loves superheros, so a quirky twist was the addition of the gorgeous little lego superheros to the buttonholes. The bride sourced these on Ebay!
Happy first anniversary guys and thanks so much for sharing your beautiful photos by the very talented Peter Thomas Photography with me. Fab memories! x
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