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Deirdre + David’s Spring Wedding

December 3, 2018

Hello! How was your weekend?

We had a lovely one with some Christmas shopping, cosy nights in and my nephews 4th birthday party. It’s Blogmas day 3 and we have a very special real wedding to share – our Blogging Bride Deirdre and her husband, David’s celebration at Lough Eske. We’ve been so excited to share their beautiful day, from the styling to the sweet personal touches throughout, we just know you’re going to love it!

You can catch up on how Deirdre and David met and got engaged here.

Couple: Deirdre + David O’Neill 

Wedding date: Friday 4th May 2018 

Venue: Lough Eske Castle Hotel, Donegal 

Our Planning

“We started off with picking the time of year we wanted to get married and then started looking at venues. Once we set the date, we focused on the band and photographer and then chilled out for a while. We made every planning decision together, but David mostly managed the finances while I did most of the spending. Once we decided that we’d like a May wedding, we looked at the maximum we could save each month until then and that figure became our budget.

We decided the three most important things to us were the music, the food and the craic so we focused on these areas. We booked a three-piece called ‘Viva Manila’ to play before and during our meal and it was one of the best decisions we ever made. We definitely tried to save where we could – we got our invites and save the dates from Vista Print and because we had our ceremony and reception at Lough Eske, we didn’t need to worry about cars. For favours, we ordered mini jam jars from eBay and filled them with Jägermeister with a tag that said, ‘take a shot we tied the knot!’ which didn’t break the bank and gave everyone a boost of energy after the speeches.

We were also very lucky that we had so much support from our family and friends. David’s parents did a lot of decorating for the venue, they even built a customised selfie frame! And two days before the wedding I came home from a nail appointment to find my Mum had literally pulled out a rosemary bush from the back garden and had my Dad and sisters cutting it up and tying rosemary twigs to bay leaves with a little thank you note for each guest.”

Our Style 

“We didn’t set out with a particular theme, but as the wedding planning went on we seemed to be picking a lot of greens, creams, and pale pinks which tied in with the spring time of year. I also wanted a lot of greenery in my bouquet and because we were planning for an outdoor ceremony, we went for very relaxed flowers and tried to “bring the outdoors in” with our décor. I’m not sure where balloons came into the theme but as I had four little pageboys I gave each of them a little feather filled balloon to walk down the aisle with. One popped in the middle of the ceremony which was pretty funny!”

My Dress

“I had no idea what style I liked or what would suit me, so I didn’t take my first dress appointment seriously at all. I just had the craic with my mum and sisters and I tried on all different types of dresses. It definitely helped me realise what I didn’t like. After that, I started to do a bit of research and fell in love with Claire Pettibone dresses. Ivory and Pearl in Comber is the only place in Northern Ireland that stocks them, so I made an appointment. Kate, the owner, is so friendly and just understood exactly what I wanted (more than I did) and I ended up picking my dream Claire Pettibone dress that day. I loved how it was silk which made it so comfortable and light, so I was able to dance the night away.”

Our Highlights

David: The outdoor ceremony was definitely a highlight for me. I always loved the idea of getting married outside, but I know how much of a long shot that is in Ireland. There had been thunder storms the week leading up to our wedding, so when the sun came out that morning it just set the tone for the whole day.

Deirdre: The whole weekend had so many highlights for me. From the night before, having a sleepover with my bridesmaids at the hotel was so much fun as we sat around in our robes drinking gin and reminiscing! Getting ready the next morning was so relaxed, apart from the screams we let out when we saw the limo pull up the driveway with all the boys in it! Coming back from photos and seeing guests with their sunglasses on, sipping French 75s and having a jive session during the pre-reception was amazing. And last but certainly not least, heading into Donegal town the next day for round two and having a guilt free curry cheese chip at the end of the night to mark the end of the wedding diet was a fabulous moment.

Our Advice

“It’s so cliché but it really is the best day of your life so just soak it all up and enjoy every minute. 

A few weeks before the wedding I broke my left thumb and had to have surgery, I was worried I was going to have to wear a cast on the day but a week before the wedding my surgeon removed the cast and gave me a small sleeve that was a lot less noticeable. I jazzed it up a bit and sewed some lace around it to take the ‘medical’ look from it and it worked a treat! 

It’s easy to feel stressed the week leading up to your big day but try to let go and hand over to the professionals. When you go off for photos, it’s a good opportunity to have some private time together and remember what it’s all about!”

Wedding Suppliers 

Photographer: This Modern Love 

Venue: Lough Eske Castle Hotel, Donegal. 

Wedding dress: Claire Pettibone from Ivory & Pearl, Comber. 

Veil: Visionary Veils, Belfast. 

Bridesmaids dresses: Ghost. 

Groomswear: Remus Uomo and Magee suits from McElhinneys, Ballybofey. 

Hair & MUA: RoCo, Derry. 

Cake: Sugar & Lace, Derry. 

Flowers: John Paul Florist, Derry. 

Floral hoops: Sass and Halo, Derry. 

Videographer: Simba Star Media, Derry. 

Ceremony entertainment: Ardu vocal ensemble.

Pre-reception music: Caitlin McLaughlin from Velvet Rose.

Dinner music: Viva Manila. 

Evening entertainment: The Jukebox Jurors.

 

Real Couples

Dramatic Burgundy & Lavender Colour Palette for A Spring Wedding: Zoe + Marty

September 11, 2018

Adam and Grace

Hello, how are you all? The last month has flown by in a crazy blur of back to school activities but we are back today with a super stylish wedding by Adam and Grace Photography. 

Autumn is definitely on our doorstep and I bet lots of you 2019 brides-to-be are in full on planning mode! This Sunday, 16th September we are hosting a bridal event in the Bedeck Store in the Linen Green, Dungannon. Love at the Linen Green is back for another year and with an awesome line-up of local wedding suppliers, and the chance to win a fabulous king size bed from Dreams I think you’ll want to be there! The show runs from 1-5pm and I can’t wait to meet you all to chat all things wedding! 

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Couple: Zoe + Marty Young 

“We first met 12 years ago on a night out. Marty was friends with my sister and she introduced us. As we were both shy, it wasn’t until six months later that we had our first date. We went to the cinema and bonded over our mutual love of movies. For our wedding, we decided that our table names would be the names and quotes from our favourite movies as a nod to our first date.” 

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

The Proposal

“We went on holidays to Ios, Greece in July 2015. We were on the balcony of our hotel at sunset when Marty got down on one knee. I, of course, said yes.” 

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Wedding date: Friday 21st April 2017 

Ceremony: Church of the Sacred Heart, Cloughoge, Newry

Reception: Johnstown Estate, Enfield, Meath

Our Planning

“We’re both quite laid-back people so wanted to make sure we gave ourselves plenty of time to plan our dream day. We had over a year and a half to plan so we organised each element of the day bit by bit. We had visited Johnstown Estate for my 30th birthday and loved the amazing food, picturesque surroundings and friendly staff so we knew it was the ideal venue for our wedding reception. After we had booked our date for the venue and church, we booked the photographers, videographer and band. Everything else just flowed from there. We set a rough budget but made sure that we had all the things that we really wanted. We worked out how much each element would cost and then saved up for it. 

As Marty is a chef and I’m a food-a-holic, the food was extremely important to us! We were delighted that what we spent on the venue, it really paid off as the food and the venue were both stunning. We also wanted to make sure we had a photographer and videographer that captured the vibe of our day and gave us beautiful memories to look back on. The wedding day goes by in a flash so we were thrilled when we got our photos and video as they captured so many great moments throughout the day.”

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Our Style

“We didn’t have a specific theme for the wedding day, we just wanted the day to be relaxed and fun. The burgundy of Marty’s suit contrasted beautifully with the lavender of the bridesmaids’ dresses and this helped me decide on a colour palette for the wedding flowers. Other than that, we just chose the things that we liked best and everything came together really well!

Marty had initially wanted a navy suit but changed his mind when he set his sights on a burgundy Herbie Frogg 3-piece suit in Bogart Menswear in Newry. Neil in Bogart was amazing with all the suggestions he made and the boys all looked very dapper in their suits.” 

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

 

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

My Dress

“I had a tricky time getting a wedding dress due to my very curvy body type. I loved beading and heavy embellishment but unfortunately when I tried on these types of dresses, they just didn’t suit me. Twelve shops later and I was beginning to get worried! I found my dress at a Ronald Joyce trunk show in Creative Ideas in Armagh. I loved the lace and low back on the dress and felt amazing when I put it on.”

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Our Highlights

“The highlight for both of us was getting married in front of all our family and friends. We had such an amazing day and were so happy that the people we love could share it with us!”

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Our Advice

“Things don’t always go to plan with weddings, it’s important to enjoy the run up and tackle any problems with a cool head. The day flies by so quickly so don’t worry about anything that goes wrong, just enjoy the craic with your family and friends! We had a near disaster with the cake! When we arrived at the reception, Tamara, the wedding coordinator told us that our cake baker had not arrived with the cake. When Tamara had phoned her, the baker said she had thought the wedding was the next day! We decided not to panic as not having a cake was a small glitch in an otherwise perfect day. When the cake arrived round 10pm and wasn’t decorated in the style I had requested, my sister and Tamara used some flowers to decorate the cake and most of the guests were none the wiser!”

Adam and Grace

Adam and Grace

Wedding Suppliers

Venue: Johnstown Estate, Enfield.

Wedding dress: Creative Ideas Bridal, Armagh. 

Bridesmaids dresses: The Wedding Gallery, Carrickmacross. 

Groomswear: Bogart Menswear, Newry. 

Hair: Aisling Mullen from Edge Hairdressers, Newry.

Makeup: Shauna McCoy Make Up & Beauty, Newry.

Bridal headpiece: Bespoke by Roslyn, Crossmaglen.

Flowers: Lily and Lace Flowers, Camlough. 

Photographer: Adam and Grace Photography.

Film: A Cinematic Life.

Bridal cars: Lawlor Chauffeur Service, Dublin. 

Church music: Andrea Delaney.

Band and DJ: The Mixtape, Dublin.

Stationary: DMC Designs, Crossmaglen. 

Real Couples

Traditional Summer Wedding with Beautiful Homemade Florals at Lough Erne Resort: Hilanna + Conal

July 25, 2018

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Happy hump day! I am ever so quickly remembering how hard it is to fit work in during the summer holidays! The kids just don’t care that mummy has things to do, they have adventures to go on, drinks to be made and precisely 16.5 snacks each to be prepared, daily. Sigh – I’m not complaining, honestly, it’s just taking me some time to adjust to the new working hours. 

But back to today and we have the beautiful wedding day of Hilanna and Conal at Lough Erne Resort in Enniskillen to share with you. Their day was photographed by Omagh based wedding photographer, Jude Browne. Planned with special thought being given to the guests enjoyment, it included the most splendid wedding breakfast, a gorgeous three tier cake and a firework display at the end of the evening. If you are thinking of choosing the amazing surroundings of the Lough Erne for your own Big Day the resort are holding a Summer Soiree open evening next Wednesday 1st August. For more details visit www.lougherneresort.com. 

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Couple: Hilanna + Conal McCrudden 

“We met in a nightclub in Dublin in November 2011. We were both out with friends and ended up meeting and found out we were both from Monaghan. We talked on Facebook a few weeks later and started meeting up after that. Conal went to Kentucky in America to study for 9 months early in the relationship and we had a long distance relationship. When he came home we both realised how much we loved each other.” 

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

The Proposal

“Conal proposed on a walk up Cuilcagh mountains on 22nd April 2017. We made it to the top and were admiring the beautiful scenery. We were standing on the edge of a big rock looking down at the lake when Conal got down on one knee and ask me to marry him. It was a brilliant romantic surprise.”

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Wedding date: Saturday 5th May 2018 

Ceremony: First Ballybay Presbyterian church, Derryvalley, Ballybay

Reception: Lough Erne Resort, Enniskillen 

Our Planning

“We got married 12 months after we got engaged and it was plenty of time to organise our wedding. We knew when we went to the open day at Lough Erne Resort that it was the place for us. We feel in love with it immediately. Next were the big things – the band, the cake and the flowers. I was lucky that my cousin Beulah offered to do our flowers. We found most of our suppliers online and Lough Erne Resort were able to recommend great suppliers too. Conal and I had the same ideas about how our wedding would be which made it easy to plan. We didn’t set a strict budget but we were both money savvy. We were happy to spend a little extra for things we really wanted on our big day. We decided to spend the most on our guests which included the canapés, drinks, food and of course the fireworks.” 

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Our Style

“We didn’t really have a theme, we just wanted to keep it quite traditional with a summery feel and very family and friends orientated. Our flowers were absolutely beautiful. My cousin Beulah took on the task and we couldn’t believe how beautiful they turned out. The arch at the front door of the church was homemade and turned out better than expected. The flower colours complemented the girls’ dresses and also the beautiful sunny day we were lucky to have.   

I knew I wanted a light pastel type colour for the girls’ dresses. I wanted something quite feminine and not typically bridesmaid. The light grey dresses matched in perfectly with my dress and the flowers fell right into place as well.” 

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

My Dress

“I went to five shops before I went to The Wedding Gallery in Carrickmacross. I knew the type of style and shape I wanted as I had already tried on different styles in the other shops. I picked out 2 or 3 dresses to try on but fell in love with my dress. It had the fine straps and the beautiful sparkly lace detail. I went back a few days later to make sure but it was the one, I still love it!” 

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Our Highlights

Bride – it’s hard to pick a highlight from the whole day. The speeches, the band and all the dancing!

Groom – the speeches! 

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Our Advice

“The day flies by, so make time together and also to spend with your family. Do not stress about anything, people love weddings and everyone is there to be part of a great day. Don’t stress about the dress and makeup, once the meal and majority of photos are taken enjoy yourself! I danced the night away in my dress and flats, including Rock-the-boat and Riverdance!”

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Lough Erne Resort, Jude Browne Photography | The Promise NI

Local Suppliers

Venue: Lough Erne Resort, Enniskillen.

Wedding & bridesmaid dresses: True Bride from The Wedding Gallery, Carrickmacross. 

Hair: Ross Richards Salon, Ballybay. 

Makeup: Cathy Brennan Makeup, Ballybay.

Groomswear: Graham’s Menswear, Enniskillen. 

Bridal cars: Patrick O’Neill, Ballybay. 

Flowers: Brides cousin Beulah Keane. 

Cake: Lough Erne Cakes, Enniskillen. 

Stationery: KitaKards Wedding Stationery, Irvinestown.

Entertainment: Good Times Band.

Photographer: Jude Browne Photography, Omagh. 

 

Real Couples

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate: Una + Dominic

June 18, 2018

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Good morning brides-to-be! 

How crazy is June? With all the after school activities rounding up for the summer we’ve had exams, festivals and new to us this year big school inductions – the past couple of weeks have been mental at chez Promise! We’ve a solid two weeks of more craziness before it’s bonjour France for us – not that I haven’t mentioned it before 😉 

Today we’re kicking off the week with Una and Dominic’s summer wedding at Farnham Estate. Their day was super sweet and intimate with touches of their lives dotted throughout the day. Thanks to Una for getting in touch (turns out we live about 3 miles from each other!) and for sharing her lovely wedding story with us. Have a great week beauties x

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Couple: Una + Dominic Donaghy 

“We met each other while we were both at school studying for our GCSEs. We were in Art class together and went out a few times before Dominic approached the “go steady” subject, then becoming boyfriend and girlfriend. We’ve been together since.” 

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

The Proposal

“Dominic proposed on the evening of 4 December 2015 at The K Club, Kildare. He chose a beautiful fountain in the gardens of the hotel as the setting. He had the area surrounding the fountain and the steps leading down to it covered in fairy lights. It was all very romantic.”

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Wedding date: Friday 4th August 2017 

Ceremony: Saint Patrick’s Church, Donaghmore 

Reception: Farnham Estate & Spa, Cavan 

Our Planning

“We had just over a year and a half to plan our wedding and as soon as we got engaged we began to plan straight away. Our venue was decided on first and that didn’t take us too long as we had always loved Farnham Estate. Afterwards, we booked the other big things like our band, flowers and photographers. I relied heavily on to-do lists and checklists to take the stress out of the planning but I have to say I really enjoyed all the organisation that went into it. 

We aren’t very good at setting budgets and had been warned that the wedding budget usually goes out the window. We did, however, keep a close eye on costs and focused on those areas that we wanted to spend most on whilst saving on other items that weren’t as important to us. 

We wanted to make the day as personal as possible. Dominic’s mum passed away very unexpectedly three years prior to the wedding so including her memory in the day was really important to us. We added little decorative pieces throughout the day to make it unique and special both at home in the morning and at the chapel and then later on at the venue. We named the dinner tables after songs which influenced us and symbolised love and timelessness. We also had a dresser covered in photographs of us representing the journey we have been on together so far.” 

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Our Style

“My vision was for the wedding style to be elegant and romantic. I opted for a pink and mint colour palette for the bridesmaids and kept the floral arrangements simple with roses which worked with the intricate vintage lace design of my dress.” 

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

My Dress

“The dress I chose was one of the first dresses I tried on, it was by Mori Lee. It didn’t take long to decide that it was the one. I loved everything about it – the vintage lace, the train and the crystal beading. My mum and bridesmaids were there to help me with the decision which was a great advantage.” 

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Our Highlights

“For both of us our highlight were simply everything! We loved every moment. After a week of rain, we had little hope for good weather on the day. However, the sun shined all day for us. Everything was amazing from start to finish and we can honestly say it was the best day of our lives together so far. The food was beautiful and the speeches were funny, heartfelt, and personal. We felt incredibly loved. Our guests thoroughly enjoyed the relaxed and laid back feel to the day and the good music that was played both before dinner by local traditional group from Cavan, the O’Donoghue’s, and later in the evening by our band, The Real Shindig.” 

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Our Advice

“Enjoy every minute of the planning, it goes too fast! Get plenty of sleep in the run up to the wedding. For the bride, try to organise a spa day with your bridal party a week or two before the wedding to relax before all the madness begins.” 

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Romantic Summer Pastel Wedding at Farnham Estate

Super Suppliers

Venue: Farnham Estate & Spa, Cavan. 

Wedding dress: Mori Lee. 

Bridesmaids dresses: House of Fraser. 

Groomswear: Red Groomswear, Cookstown. 

Hair: Perfection Hair & Beauty, Dungannon.  

Makeup: Jessica Clarke Makeup Artist, Dungannon. 

Flowers: The Flower Studio, Dungannon. 

Cake: Lough Erne Cakes, Enniskillen. 

Trad group: The O’Donoghue’s, Cavan. 

Wedding band: The Real Shindig, Belfast.

Photographer: Creative Flux Photography, Belfast. 

Real Couples

Gracious Christmas Wedding with Unique Calligraphy Details: Megan + Stephen

May 21, 2018

Grow in Grace

Well, what a weekend that was, one I think a lot of us will remember. Of course I’m talking about the Royal wedding which was totally beautiful and more so, filled with love and incredibly meaningful moments. The kiss on the stairs of St George’s Chapel, well it made the tears come in Promise HQ! 

Today we have our very own Megan sharing her wedding which was every bit as heartfelt and wonderful. The email I received a few weeks from our Megan was one of those really good ones that makes you smile and I am delighted to be sharing it here on the blog. Encased in love and a true and very deep faith, Megan and Stephen tied the knot over the Christmas holidays last December. Their day was super stylish and filled with bespoke calligraphy details that Megan made herself which perfectly showcases her creative business, Grow in Grace Lettering. It’s a beautiful day from beginning to end which I hope you enjoy. 

Grow in Grace

Grow in Grace

Grow in Grace

Grow in Grace

Grow in Grace

Couple: Megan + Stephen Rankin 

“We met 4 years ago at a Christian Youth weekend called Autumn Soul in Bangor. We we both leaders at this event and from there the rest is history!”

Grow in Grace

Grow in Grace

The Proposal

“Bangor has such a special place in our hearts, it’s the place were we first met, it’s the place we both go to church at Hamilton Road Baptist and it’s where we made a place we would love to call home someday. 

On the 28th November, Stephen brought me out for a lovely meal in Bangor and after we walked around the town to see all the Christmas lights and somehow we ended up at the church where we first met. Stephen said lets take a selfie of the place where we first met and so we did. Then he mentioned about going into the church, considering this was a Saturday night the church looked empty was closed. He brought me round to the side door where believe it or not the door was wide open. I near had a heart attack and even worse Stephen wanted us to go into the church! With much persuasion I did and next thing as I entered the church, it was candle lit all down the aisle. Stephen showed me a video he had made telling our story and then he got dow on one knee and popped the big question! He had planned this night for some time and had help from a friend who worked in the church and was able to help out.”

Grow in Grace

Grow in Grace

Grow in Grace

Grow in Grace

Grow in Grace

Grow in Grace

Grow in Grace

Grow in Grace

Wedding date: Friday 29th December 2017 

Ceremony: Hamilton Road Baptist, Bangor

Reception: The Mill at Ballydugan, Downpatrick

Our Planning

“From the end of November not long after getting engagement we started planning our wedding. We were really organised and booked all the big things such as the venue, band, photography and videography, suits and my wedding dress. The rest we budgeted on so we used all our contacts to help us out.”

Grow in Grace

Grow in Grace

Grow in Grace

Grow in Grace

Our Budget

“At the time we had a budget due to myself still being a student and therefore I planned everything to cut down on prices, from the cars, stationary, invitations, favours, cake and decorations. We were blessed to have family and friends who had talents that I could incorporate and use within our wedding. We us we spent the most on the venue and our band and it was definitely the best choice. For one my dress was a must as I loved it so much! We just budgeted and didn’t over spend on things we didn’t have to. Still to this day I wouldn’t change a single thing about our wedding as we both loved it so much.”

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Our Style

“The theme and style really was to match in with the suits but the only really thing that matched was the bridesmaids and the suits as they were both navy. Stephen is a huge NI football fan and therefore a must was to wear the official NI Football Team suits and matching tie. The Euro’s was during the past year and therefore it was a huge year for my husband in supporting his football team and getting married haha! For the bridesmaids I wanted something with sparkle as our wedding was just after Christmas, I ended up going to ASOS  and purchased three different styled dresses. 

I wanted everything very unique and different and I believed I achieved that!”

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My Dress

“I ended up falling in love with a dress at Lyndy Lou Bridal in Dromore which was where my sister brought her wedding dress nine years ago and it was definitely meant to be! That was my 10th bridal shop ( so i had had enough at this stage because I couldn’t find a dress that just screamed me! ) I knew what I wanted I just had to find something unique, embellished and within a good budget. I was so lucky that my wedding dress was the only one left in the shop and just so happened to be in my size with just little alternations needed.” 

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Our Highlights

“Our wedding day went perfectly! I arrived to the church around 10 minutes early. Therefore I had to wait in our wedding car anxiously for those 10 minutes to pass before walking up the aisle. Thankfully I did wait as the grooms party ended up being slightly later than planned so in the end it turned out well! Our highlight was definitely getting to spend the day celebrating our most important day with our family and friends and most importantly celebrating our marriage in the presence of our Lord.”

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Our Advice

“Don’t listen to what people tell you you should do for your wedding and don’t take on traditions unless you want to. Make and own your wedding day after all it’s your day, your joy and love that will be remembered throughout the whole day.”

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Super Suppliers

Wedding dress: Lyndy Lou Bridal, Dromore.

Bridesmaids dress: ASOS. 

Bridesmaids Earrings: Innocent Chaos, Belfast. 

Hair: Hi-tec Hair, Portadown.

Makeup: Stephanie Make- Up, Banbridge.

Grooms wear: Bogart Menswear, Belfast. 

Photographer: Iain Irwin, Portadown.  

Cake: Made by my sister in law and a family friend.

Flowers: Ferguson Flowers, Belfast. 

Bridal cars: Prestige Wedding Cars, Tandragee & family friends car. 

Videographer: Calum Hutchinson 

Entertainment: The Merchants Band, Belfast.

Doughnut wall: Self made and lettered by myself, Grow in Grace Lettering, Portadown.

Stationery & Calligraphy prints: Grow in Grace Lettering, Portadown.

Wooden favours and best day letters: Trevor and David Reid

Table Plan: Painted by a family friend and tables names by myself.

 

Real Couples

An Antique Inspired Wedding with Dark & Romantic Tones: Claire + Gary

May 14, 2018

I will always be a sucker for a wedding with laid-back charm and style, nothing forced or unnatural, only pure happiness radiating from the couple and on their guests’ faces who just happen to be dressed in their finery. Today’s wedding has all that and more, talk about excited when the bride, lovely Claire got in touch! I’m delighted to kick this week off with their wedding at the Mill at Ballydugan with photographer by Fraser Stewart and flowers from The Promise recommended supplier, Gil at Flowers by Mee. Enjoy and here’s to a great week! 

Couple: Claire + Gary Lynas

“We first met way back in 2004! We both worked part time in the same shop in Belfast while we were students, but it took a couple of months for us to actually start chatting. We would socialise after work with the rest of our colleagues, so we gradually started getting to know each other. We discovered we shared the same taste in music (a solid foundation for any relationship when you’re 18!) and Gary started making me mix tapes – I should have realised then that he wanted to be more than friends, but I was a bit oblivious and it took me a while to catch on. We began spending more time together and the rest is history!” 

The Proposal

“Gary surprised me with the proposal a few days before our 10th anniversary. Unbeknownst to me, he had been hiding the ring for several months, and he popped the question one night at home. It was low key, romantic and just the two of us. We knew we wanted to get married and had talked about getting engaged but it was still a total shock when it happened. I burst into tears, then promptly phoned all our family and friends to tell them the news!”

Wedding date: Saturday 10th September 

Ceremony & Reception: The Mill at Ballydugan, Downpatrick, Co. Down

Our Planning 

“I had been pinning away at my secret Pinterest boards for a while before we actually got engaged! Once I knew a proposal was on the horizon, I got a bit excited and started having a little look around for inspiration. So I already had ideas about what I liked and thankfully Gary shared my vision. Once we started planning properly, we made sure that we booked all the big things first – the venue, photographer, flowers etc. We were really fortunate that all the suppliers we wanted were available on the date we had chosen. Once we had them all secured, it was time to work on the finer details. I am a notorious list maker and I found that this helped keep me organised while planning! Reading wedding magazines and using blogs and Pinterest helped us find lots of ideas and inspiration.

It was really important to us to find a photographer whose work we loved and who would capture the day in a relaxed and informal way. As soon as I saw Fraser Stewart’s work online I knew he’d be perfect. Once we met up with him for a chat and he and Gary started bonding over a shared love of playing bass guitar, it was a done deal!

The guys at Head & Heart Films had previously worked on some projects with Gary’s band. Although at first we weren’t sure we needed a videographer, once we met up with Wilson and watched some of Head & Heart’s previous wedding films, we knew we had to get them on board too.

My parents and I made the decision to rent some beautiful cottages close to the venue to stay in the night before the wedding, to cut the travel time in the morning and take some of the pressure off. This proved to be a great idea, as we had some close family and the bridesmaids staying too and we all ended up having a bit of a party! It was a great way to relax and kick off the wedding celebrations, and the cottages also provided a gorgeous setting for our photos in the morning.” 

Our Budget

“We didn’t set a specific budget to begin with, but we had a rough idea of what we would be able to spend. Looking back, we probably should have had a more specific figure in our heads to keep us on track! We were really fortunate in that my parents very generously offered to help us out with a lot of the major costs, and Gary’s mum was big help too and also contributed. We were then able to budget for everything else ourselves, to cover the finer details such as the invitations, videographer and a photo booth.”

Our Style

“While planning the wedding, we found we were drawn to rich, darker colours and antique inspired styling. This worked really well with our venue as The Mill at Ballydugan is a restored 18th century flour mill, with lots of gorgeous original features. The colours we went with were deep plum and burgundy, with touches of green, navy and gold. The flowers continued this colour palette and also featured lots of greenery with touches of pale pinks and blush. The vision I had for my bridesmaids was for them to look beautiful and bohemian. I knew I wanted them to wear darker coloured dresses, so when I found the deep purple Lori May maxi dresses at Coast I was over the moon! They featured beautiful sheer necklines with floral lace detailing and embellished belts – perfect for my boho babes.”

My Dress

“I found my dress at the beautiful Petticoat Lane Bridal in Hillsborough, just over a year before the wedding. I had been to a few other bridal boutiques and had tried on some beautiful dresses, but none of them had felt like they were really me. It was my aunty who pointed out what would end up being my perfect dress – Young by Badgley Mischka. It was so different to anything else I had seen, figure hugging and made from gorgeous champagne coloured lace with dark crystals and beaded embellishments. It had such a beautiful antique feel to it, I couldn’t wait to try it on! I had initially thought I wanted quite a bohemian, flowing wedding dress but as soon as I tried on Young, it felt like it was made for me. The reactions from my mum, aunty and friend sealed the deal! I really couldn’t recommend Petticoat Lane enough, the team there are all so lovely, helpful and patient and the boutique itself is stunning.” 

 

My Suit

“I knew I wanted a suit in either green or burgundy, something a little different to the usual wedding suit. After lots of searching and trying on, I found a great burgundy suit at Next and felt great in it. I teamed this with a navy tie and pocket square, also from Next, and a great white shirt from Reiss. I finished off with my favourite beard oil and aftershave, both by Captain Fawcett. I wanted my best man and groomsmen to co-ordinate without looking too matchy-matchy, so I chose relaxed forest green trousers and deep blue jackets for them from Topman. We accessorised with green braces and brogues – burgundy for me and brown for the guys.”

Our Highlights

“The day itself was fabulous! It was great to see all our planning come together and it was so special having our friends and family all gathered in the one place just for us. There was such an intimate, relaxed and fun atmosphere all day that our guests seemed to really enjoy. We had asked our friends Fiona and Dave to play some tunes during the drinks reception and they went down an absolute storm. The party was well and truly underway before dinner had even been served! “

Claire – Definitely the ceremony. It was so lovely to walk in and see all our family and friends, and Gary waiting for me – I ended up very embarrassingly crying my way down the aisle! We had chosen two readings for the ceremony, A Lovely Love Story by Edward Monkton which was read by my aunty Geraldine, and The Ent and The Ent-Wife, a poem from The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, which was read by two of our best friends, Neil and Jennie. We also had two of our close friends playing the music, which was really special – I walked down the aisle with my dad to our friend Craig playing an acoustic version of Northern Sky by Nick Drake. Our friend Tony then played No-One’s Gonna Love You by Band of Horses while we signed the register, followed by Craig playing I Need Never Get Old by Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats as we exited. All of these choices were very personal to us and made the ceremony so special.

Gary – I loved the whole day, but the highlight was definitely seeing Claire walking down the aisle towards me. I also loved our evening reception, everyone was dancing like mad and having a great time, plus the music from the band and DJ was outstanding. Our first dance was great too, and we also had a little impromptu dance together later on to Kiss by Prince – somehow our dance moves were perfectly in sync with each other the whole way through the song!

Our Advice

“Don’t sweat the small stuff! Make sure you stay true to yourselves and your vision for your wedding. Lots of people will have opinions on what you should and shouldn’t do, but you’ll never be able to please everyone. So make sure you just go for it and plan exactly the kind of wedding you both really want! I have to say we are both really glad that we invested in the photographer we really wanted and also in having a videographer. So book the best photographer you can and if you’re undecided about having a videographer, we’d say go for it!”

Super Suppliers

Wedding dress: Badgley Mischka from Petticoat Lane Bridal, Hillsborough. 

Bridesmaids dress: Coast. 

Grooms wear: Next, Topman & Reiss. 

Hair: Emma Troupe, The Best Little Hair House, Belfast. 

Makeup: Lynsey Hill, Pro Beauty Atelier, Newtownards. 

Wedding rings: Mairi, Belfast. 

Cake: Lily Pink Bakery, Belfast. 

Flowers: Flowers by Mee, Killinchy. 

Decor and props: Betty Williamson Weddings & Events, County Armagh. 

Bridal cars: Unity Wedding Cars, Newry. 

Videographer: Head & Heart Films, Newtownabbey. 

Band: Discobeard, Newcastle. 

DJ: Scott Edgar, Belfast. 

Photographer: Fraser Stewart Photography, Lurgan. 

Honeymoon: Kuala Lumpur & Bali. 

Real Couples

Natural Beauty: Culloden Estate Wedding of Sarah + Mark

May 8, 2018

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Good morning, anyone feeling the Bank Holiday blues? I know I am – more of those carefree, sunny days this summer please! Todays beautiful couple were married on a gorgeous July day last year. With the most mega of bridal parties (Sarah had eight bridesmaids!), one heck of a magnificent floral arch, and the best bridal shoes I’ve spied in a long, long time their day was utterly stylish from the get go. Thanks to lovely Laura Parkinson for sending this one our way. Have a great Tuesday-that-feels-like-Monday! 

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Couple: Sarah + Mark Debenham

“We met in a pub in South West London called the Antelope. It was a mutual friend’s birthday drinks and we just got chatting and didn’t really stop all night…by the end of the night we were holding hands and that was that really.”

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

The Proposal

“Mark proposed in Brockwell Park, which is a park in London we both love close to where we live. It was on a pretty cold Saturday morning in November and Mark suggested we both go out for a coffee and a walk before the Arsenal match started… he is a huge fan! We sat on a bench with our coffee, and were having a nice chat, next thing I know, Mark got down on one knee, got out the most beautiful ring which he had helped to design and asked if I would marry him. I just said “of course I will” and we hugged for ages, before I remembered to look at the ring! We stayed where we were just hugging for a while, both in a bit of shock, and then went for some champagne in a nearby pub, where we started to call our family and friends with the news. Mark had planned the whole day, through to dinner and a night in a London hotel with some really special surprises arranged throughout the day. He didn’t even watch the Arsenal match! I couldn’t have asked for more.”

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Wedding date: Saturday 1st July 2017

Ceremony: St Nicholas’ Church, Carrickfergus

Reception: Culloden Estate and Spa, Holywood 

 

Our Planning 

“The main thing for us from the start was that we wanted the day to be full of love and make it personal to us and special for our families and friends who mean so much to us both. We decided quite early on that it would be in Northern Ireland (we live in London), which meant a lot to me as I had always wanted to get married in the Church I grew up in. We booked to go to see a few venues on the same day, as we were back from London for the weekend. The first one was the Culloden and we loved it straight away. We loved the atmosphere in the hotel, the impeccable service and the fact that it overlooked Belfast Lough. We went to see a few more places but neither of us had quite the same feeling about them as we got in the Culloden. Once we knew the venue and managed to secure a date, we set to work on everything else and it all just flowed from there.” 

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Our Style

“We both said that we’d like the colour theme to be bright with crisp whites and greens, and with some blush to match the bridesmaids. I would say our theme was just quite classic and elegant. We had a few personal touches as well. Mark’s best man helped us with our wedding invitations and stationery on the day, which were based on Belfast Lough and had a picture of the Lough with the H&W cranes, Carrickfergus Castle and one of my Granda’s tug boats sat on the Lough. That ran throughout our invitations, orders of service and was on display at the reception. We also had a gin bar which, as a massive Arsenal fan, Mark named “Wenger’s Gin Palace.” My Uncle made us a very cool sign for that on an up-cycled mirror. We were so lucky with all the help we got from family and friends, they all really added to the little personal touches we wanted for the day.

I had in my head I’d like the girls to wear a blush pink / rose coloured dress but wasn’t overly fussed about some of the bridesmaid dresses I had seen on the internet, until I saw an image on Pinterest of a group of girls wearing Watters separates – a long blush skirt and a sequin top, and just loved it. It was the perfect colour and I loved that they were separates as it was just that little bit different, but still very elegant. I booked an appointment at a stockist in Twickenham, London and when the girls tried them on, they all loved the outfit so we ordered that day. The best part is they can now wear the tops with a pair of jeans on a night out!

Mark was pretty clear from the beginning that he’d like to be in a tuxedo and I loved the idea. He hired French Connection tuxedos for his best man, groomsmen and our dads, and treated himself to a Hugo Boss one from Selfridges in London. I think they all looked very handsome and the style was perfect with the bridesmaid dresses.” 

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

My Dress

“I saw a dress on Pinterest which I immediately loved, and looked up the designer, which was Rime Arodaky. I checked out her website and Instagram/Pinterest pictures and fell in love with the dresses because of the slightly edgy style and crisp white design. When I saw that the only two stockists in the UK were The White Gallery in Newry and a boutique in Notting Hill in London, I booked in to The White Gallery to try some on. I knew straight away that I would wear one of those dresses and the hard part would be choosing which one! I wanted something that was clean, crisp, bright white and a little bit different to the more traditional style wedding dresses. I couldn’t have been happier with it and am now slightly obsessed with everything Rime Arodaky. I just wish I could wear it all over again!”

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Our Highlights

“There are too many to name. One of mine was definitely walking down the aisle with my dad, and then walking out of the Church with Mark to the amazing music and cheers from all our friends and family, that’s a feeling I’ll never forget. Another would be at the drinks reception, where everyone was dancing before we went into dinner to the incredible violin music by Eimear Bradley. So many guests commented on the energy in the room. The speeches were another highlight. My dad’s, Mark’s and Matt the best man’s speech, were so funny and thoughtful. We both just felt like the luckiest people in the world all day. We could really feel the love in the room, and we didn’t want it to be over. Oh, and the flowers! They blew me away!” 

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Our Advice

“Everyone says it, but just to try to relax and enjoy it as much as you can. It only happens once and as much as you can’t wait for it to get here, it goes by in a flash so make the most of the build-up as well as the day itself, and just try to take in every moment.” 

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

Laura Parkinson, Culloden Estate | The Promise NI

 

Super Suppliers

Wedding dress: Rime Arodaky from The White Gallery. 

Bridesmaids dresses: Watters. 

Hair: Kelly White Hair Artist. 

Grooms wear: Hugo Boss.

Cake: Cake Couture NI.

Flowers: Victoriana Floral.

Bridal cars: White Belfast Cabs &  I Do Wedding Cars.

Wedding film: PigMint Film. 

Entertainment: Eimear Bradley. 

Photographer: Laura Parkinson Photography.