Sarah and Connors colour scheme was decided when at a consultation Connor fell for a particular buttonhole from a previous wedding, an orange calla. From that we built on their hope to have something natural, rustic and Autumnal.
To give it a rustic feel, lots of different textures were used to create the bouquets and buttonholes, from the softness of the roses and callas, to the striking blue eryngium and orange leucos. The mix of oranges, burgundys and deep reds were contrasted with the blue and mixed green tones to add more depth.
Using wood or natural material accents as a base for rustic style weddings is nearly always a given. We used wood at Sarah & Connors wedding as a background on some features, keeping the personality and vibrancy of their flowers and personalised details to the forefront. We even designed a table plan that incorporated their love for TV without losing the consistency of their style .
Sarah & Connor’s feature piece was a specially built alternative to the traditional entrance arch. To keep the more natural, rustic feel, it was designed asymmetrically to reflect the unstructured and unique beauty of nature’s own arrangements. We then moved it to the Diamond Coast Hotel where it framed the cake table.
The rest of the Church styling was kept quite simple and understated, accentuating Sarah’s entrance but not overwhelming her, all the while allowing the vibrant colours of the fresh flowers make their own statement.
Too see more of Sarah & Connors Wedding Day Styling click on the video highlights below by Pink Lime Studios.
Church: St Therese’ Church, Ballintogher, Co Sligo
Venue: Diamond Coast Hotel, Enniscrone, Co Sligo
Photography & Videography: PinkLime Studios, Sligo
Make up Artist: Ann Young Make Up, Sligo
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