An Irish Country House Wedding
The glamorous tone during the day was set by Vicky’s impeccable gown, a stylish low-backed, plunging creation embellished with sequins. She found this design at a London boutique and added a sweeping cathedral-length veil through the same designer. Come evening, she removed the sleeves for a beautiful party look. You can explore more gorgeous dedicated for this glamorous design house.
"It was everything I wanted! Lace, backless, slim fitting, detachable sleeves."
Stags' sister styled her fair hair into this intricate up-do and her mother-in-law applied her make-up to produce an understated, pretty look that is so elegant.
The maid of honor and bridesmaids’ gowns reflected Vicky’s elegant style. Their long, floaty sequinned bridesmaid dresses in various shades of muted silver and nude were found, plus they were worn with suede peep toe shoes. To reflect the Irish setting, both wore a pearl bracelet having a shamrock charm, and carried handy silver clutch bags.
In County Carlow, Ireland was the spectacular setting for Vicky, a deputy head of HR, and Stags, an instructor, on 28 May 2017.
The bride's father was raised on the estate grounds and her grandmother would be a parlor maid here in the 1940s, so it would be a location filled with memories and meaning for the pair.
"Stags proposed on my small favorite beach in Ireland, Curracloe Beach, in County Wexford where my loved ones owned a cottage that people regularly stayed in whilst I was becoming an adult."
I love the black tie look rocked by Stags and the groomsmen; it appears wonderful using the stately setting of Borris House. His fitted blue dinner suit was from London, accessorized having a white silk handkerchief and monochrome gold studs, all from.
"My favorite part of the day was the church; although we'd 160 guests and also the chapel was full it felt very special and private; all of our favorite people in a single room and around the grounds of Borris House that is so personal for my loved ones."
"Stags' favorite part of the day was seeing me during my dress. Stags had always said he'd never change as I walked on the aisle, and that he didn't… his face was perfectly captured by our photographers, also it was worthwhile!"
After the ceremony, the whole party made they're long ago to Borris House for that reception. I love that, despite its splendor, it feels so homely and private, because of all from the thoughtful touches developed by Stags and Vicky.
After dinner, your guests were treated to some digestif of homemade limoncello, produced by Stags' father Chris and presented in vintage glass decanters with labels. Oh, and I mustn't forget the marriage cakes, made to please both sweet and savory lovers.
"We had two cakes! Stags and I couldn't decide between a tiered cheesecake along with a chocolate cake. In the finish, we went for a large five-tier cheesecake, which my sister Liz brought over from London. We also went a single-tier chocolate cake from as recommended by my loved ones in Tullow."
"We both loved the meal, our first dance and handle off perfectly by The Swing Cats band. Our guests asserted our choices throughout the day perfectly matched us like a couple, and that we wanted that in the future through within the day. We were so pleased it did."
Words of Wedded Wisdom
"Say thanks. So many of your family and friends will contribute in varying ways so don't take this as a given. We would never have the opportunity to achieve what we should do without our wedding ceremony."
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