Vibrant Real Wedding – Katie and Tom

Wedding car

I am so delighted to share this vibrant real wedding of Katie and Tom with you. This wedding just oozes personality, and on a winter’s day in the midst of a pandemic Katie and Tom’s fun, bright and joyous photographs by Kenneth O’Halloran are sure to bring a smile to anyone’s face.

Just married feeling

The Wedding

With their date falling just a day after increased restrictions were put in place in Ireland, Katie and Tom were undeterred, celebrating their wedding day within the regulations and making it a day to remember. They drove from the registry office in a vintage convertible, bedecked with flowers and colourful balloons, stopping to wave to friends and family en route.

Bride

The Reception

The reception was held in the contemporary surrounds of The Dylan Hotel in the heart of Dublin. Guests were seated on one elongated table, giving an intimate and sociable feel.

Vibrant wedding reception

Carly Horan and Gotcha Covered Events styled the table with jewel toned linen, taper candles gold cutlery and unique charger plates. Vibrant flowers were arranged in a relaxed style in urns and smaller receptacles by Fleur Weddings. I have to say I was blown away by the colour and individuality when I came to set up the cake!

Vibrant wedding place setting

The Cake

Katie and Tom chose a modern soft grey buttercream finish cake, with off-centre tiers and decorated with vibrant fresh flowers from Fleur Weddings. The flavour was Lemon Blueberry Coconut and reportedly went down a treat with guests!

Modern wedding cake Vibrant wedding cake

While the streets of Dublin were deserted, Katie and Tom’s vibrant real wedding shows that intimate celebrations can be just as much fun.

City wedding

The Team

Styling: Carly Horan and Gotcha Covered Events
Photography: Kenneth O’Halloran
Venue: The Dylan Hotel
Florals: Fleur Weddings

 

For more real weddings check out my real weddings and testimonials page.

Suzanne, x

 

 

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