Coastal inspiration shoot published in Confetti magazine

I'm excited to share with you our shoot from last August that was recently published in the Spring edition of Confetti Magazine. We had a host of talented wedding suppliers come on board lending their skills to create some fabulous wedding inspiration for you.

The shoot was inspired by the wild and natural elements of our coastline and landscape, using a colour palette of cool blues and rose quartz, with accents of rose gold and geodes. The geodes and stones on our tablescape symbolise an elemental connection to the earth.

We were aiming for a perfect mix of modern with a delicate fine art touch to give this romantic styled shoot a balance of soft ethereal elegance with a unique touch of wild Irish nature. Tying in the mineral elements of the geodes and quartz jewellery with beautiful florals and air plants, set on a soft blue muslin, the watercolour ceramics and stationery were a perfect finishing touch to create a stunning intimate setting. Hiring a professional stylist for your wedding such as Kristine from Lovebird Designs makes all the difference in bringing your vision to life.

The interior part was set against a backdrop of exposed brick in the Smock Alley Theatre in Dublin built in 1662 while the exterior was shot along the sand dunes and coastline of the wild Irish sea.

Styling and florals: Lovebird Designs
Dress and crystal headpiece: Dirty Fabulous
Model: Ella Killen from Morgan the Agency
Venue: Smock Alley Theatre 
Make-up Artist: Asta Sau Make-up Artist 
Hair Styling: Claire Barry Hair 
Cake: The Cake Cuppery
Jewellery: Chupi
Plates: DANUceramics