Real Wedding – Laura and Andrew
Thrilled to share with you some images by talented photographer Emma Russell, of clients Laura and Andrew’s real wedding at Virginia Park Lodge in Co. Cavan last year.
Virginia Park Lodge is a luxuriously restored yet homely fishing lodge on the banks of a picturesque lake. Owned by Michelin starred chef, Richard Corrigan and with an organic vegetable farm on site, it offers style and delicious food in equal measure.
The Colour Palette
Laura and Andrew chose a sophisticated white and green palette for their wedding (which was carried through to the cake, more on that later!).
I am in love with the car which coordinated perfectly with the colour scheme!
Stunning arrangements by the Rosehip and Berry create a gorgeous backdrop outside the church for this cute photo.
Elegant Events by Colette coordinated the most beautiful styling of the garden Pavilion for a cosy and romantic feel. So inviting!
For the cake, Laura and Andrew chose three tiers of celebratory Champagne, Elderflower and Strawberry cake, finished with a lightly textured deckle edge base tier, semi-iced buttercream upper tiers, and the prettiest of fresh flowers from the Rosehip and Berry
And I have to take a moment for the cake styling! It was a delight on delivery to arrive to this beautifully conceptualised styling of the cake table, with hanging foliage and flowers, draped linen and candles. A testament to how considered styling can elevate the cake to a beautiful focal feature. Thanks to Laura and Colette for taking the time!
“Absolute perfection! We couldn’t have been happier with our wedding cake from Cove Cake Design. Suzanne is such a pleasure to work with; professional, friendly with a fantastic eye for style…Everyone raved about our cake. We loved it so much, thank you! “
Laura and Andy, 2019
It was a delight to work with Laura and Andy on their wedding cake and I always love to see client wedding photos. If you also loved this one check out more Cove Cake Design real weddings and testimonials.
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