Category Archives: Wedding Flowers

A series of blog posts on wedding flowers and all things related

Outdoor Weddings in Ireland

An Outdoor Wedding in Ireland

Lets face it, Ireland isn’t renowned for it’s fabulous sunny weather so organising an outdoor wedding service might just raise an eyebrow or two. However our pictures show that it’s far from impossible. Continue reading Outdoor Weddings in Ireland

Bridal Photo Shoot Set Deep in the Irish Countryside

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The Commission:

In April we were asked by US based photographer Jennifer Carroll of As Ever Photography to design a wedding bouquet for a bridal photo shoot she was planning in Ireland. Over the next month or so we emailed backwards and forwards to get a good fix on the look Jennifer wanted us to create. Continue reading Bridal Photo Shoot Set Deep in the Irish Countryside

Flowers for a Winter Wedding

Flowers for Winter Weddings

Bride's bouquet made for a winter wedding featuring white roses, twig, cone and frosted foliage
Bride’s bouquet made for a winter wedding featuring white roses, twig, cone and frosted foliage.

Many people think that winter can be a difficult season to source flowers for weddings but that’s not really the case at all. It is true that many of the popular summer flower varieties are now out of season but, if its mid-winter here then its mid-summer somewhere else.

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Great Venues – The Royal College of Physicians of Ireland

Flowers for Number 6 Kildare St. – The Royal College of Physicians of Ireland

Dun Library at Number 6 Kildare St. decorated with autumnal flower arrangements on candelabra

The Royal College of Physicians at number 6 Kildare Street –  a spectacular venue located in the heart of Dublin beside Leinster House, The National Library & National Gallery.

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Autumn Flowers for Events and Weddings

Autumn Flowers From The Season of Mists and Mellow Fruitfulness

Autumn wedding flower bouquets

It’s the time of year when nature begins to wind down in preparation for the dormancy of winter but before it goes into it’s annual hibernation nature really lets go with an explosion of colour.

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Corsage, Boutonniere and Buttonholes.

Corsage, Boutonniere and Buttonholes – What’s in a Name?

Corsage and Boutonnaire Selection

Simply put – if it’s worn by a women it’s a corsage, if it’s worn by a man it’s a boutonniere or buttonhole. Corsage, buttonholes and boutonniere are fundamentally the same thing. Traditionally a small bouquet, sometimes just a single flower, worn on a dress or suit. Just like shirts or blouses the term used is dictated by the gender of the wearer.

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Wedding Flowers Inspired by Old Dutch Paintings

 

A Flower Photo-shoot with a Difference – Wedding Flowers inspired by the Paintings of Old Dutch Masters

Earlier this year we were asked to design a range of wedding florals for a photoshoot. The brief was to use the paintings of old Dutch masters for inspiration.

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Great Venues – St. Stephen’s Green Hibernian Club Dublin

Flowers at St. Stephen’s Green Hibernian Club

Civil Wedding Ceremony St. Stephen's Green Hibernian Club

St. Stephen’s Green Hibernian Club is certainly a hidden Dublin gem.  A stunning building dating back to the 1720’s located at number 9 St. Stephen’s Green – between Grafton & Kildare streets.

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Protea, Protea, Protea

A Mid-Winter Irish Wedding – with a South African Twist.

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Few Irish couples opt for tropical flowers for weddings. They tend to choose more traditional varieties like Roses, Peonies, Lisianthus, Gypsophila, Ranunculus, Lily of The Valley etc but we  love a challenge and we love working on new ideas so this wedding gave us the scope to design something a little unusual.

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