Wedding in Ireland

I was delighted to attend Rebecca (my boyfriend’s sister) and Eamonn’s wedding this past summer on our mini Euro-trip. The ceremony and reception were as beautiful as I expected and more! The ceremony took place at the church in Trinity College (in the heart of the city) while our reception was along the countryside at Tankardstown House Hotel (http://www.tankardstown.ie). As you can see from the pictures above, it was a gorgeous affair with all the perfect details – with a lot of similarities I would want in my own wedding in the future 🙂 We spent the weekend at this lovely hotel with a feel that was similar to a high class inn or a spa inn getaway. I got to enjoy the view of the beautiful countryside while being pampered with delicious food and the occasional high tea (my favorite!). All in all I had an amazing time and it definitely tops one of my most memorable weekends!

Some of my highlights (besides the marriage of course!): the FOOD (dinner, 3 am pub grub, high tea, friends and family barbecue the day after), the live band, my hotel room (so pretty!), the dancing!

If you want to check out the photographer and her other works, you can find the link here:  http://www.anniemcelwain.com/book/i/

<<DETAILS>>

Color Scheme: Neutral Greys with Pastel Pops

Florals: Powerscourt Gardens

Bride’s Dress: Vera Wang

Groom’s Suit: Paul Smith

First Dance: I Do – Colbie Caillat

Entertainment: Celtic Rhythm Dancers & the Bentley Boys

Ceremony Location: Trinity College

Reception Location: Tankardstown House Hotel

Photographer: Annie Mcelwain (California)

Wedding Planner: Hiphip – Jemma Cassidy

Until next time, xo.

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