In the Press

It’s always a delight to see our work featured in the press. I have always said that your wedding day is the biggest fashion show and photoshoot that you will ever attend…unless you are Kate moss that is! With that in mind, most couples are conscious to put on the best show they can, and are keen to make their day unique, special and unforgettable for their guests. So it’s fabulous when the bride and groom get additional recognition.

Dreaming of a cosy autumn or winter wedding? Alice and Nathan’s gorgeous celebration will give you some serious food for thought

Wow, what a great feature. This wedding was my favourite from last year, there was so much character and creative genius going on. A truly unique wedding in all aspects. Thank you White Cat Studio for sharing.

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Spotted: Pippa Middleton and new husband James Matthews enjoy friend’s wedding in Co Cork

Our flowers gave a splash of colour to the UK and Irish press last week when Pippa Middleton attended the wedding of her friend Camilla Campion-Awwad to Oliver Jenkinson in Glengarriff.

See the full article in the Irish Independent style magazine by clicking here.

One Fab Day: Triona & Seamie’s Ballinacurra House Wedding

We were delighted to be involved in Triona & Seamie’s Ballinacurra House Wedding which was featured on the One Fab Day website.

Vintage Cut Flowers worked closely with Triona and Seamie to provide elegant and unusual locally grown flowers for the bouquet and some unusual and eye-catching buttonholes.

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Irish Brides: Aisling and Benny

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Benny and Aisling’s West Cork wedding was blessed with wonderful weather and was featured in the Spring Edition of Irish Brides Magazine.

“Benny and Aisling first met through friends at a party in Melbourne. Although they had met a year earlier sparks flew this time and they spent the whole night talking. ‘It was like there was no one else in the room!’ recalls Aisling. ‘Together for three years we got engaged on a trip home to Ireland in 2013. I’d just returned from visiting Edinburgh with friends and Benny collected me from Dublin airport. He drove me down to a little spot by a river near his home in Cavan and proposed!’ They took two years to plan their wedding halfway around the world.”

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Social and Personal Weddings: Eve and Aidan

Eve Noone married her partner Aidan McGlinchey at Ballynatray Estate in Cork. The wedding was featured in the spring edition of Social and Personal Weddings magazine.

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