With Mother’s Day just a couple of days away, I hope you all have something lovely planned for your special Mum!
With so many lovely treats we can spoil our Mother’s with, from buying her all time favourite perfume,chocs and flowers. Or the route I love to go down is the craft gifts, heartfelt, time and energy always shows my mum how much I appreciate her. If you’re like me and don’t mind getting the place in a bit of a mess for a little while, have a nose at Pinterest I find it the best place to get my craft ideas!
Our talented makeup artist Lisa had the joy of working on the wonderful Joanna the day of her very special Autumn Wiccan Handfasting wedding. The makeup that Lisa did for this blushing bride was a natural look, and with Lisa on hand for her makeup Joanna was not going to be left disappointed!
Looking absolutely stunning and glowing inside and out and with friends and family not only attending the wedding but also taking part in it. Friends of the lovely couple performed the Wiccan Hanfasting ceremony as high Priestess and Priest for Jon and Joanna. With ever so delicate statement decoration at the wedding crafted and created by Joanna’s lovely mother, the couples theme was taken to the next level in such a gorgeously romantic way.
Moving from one ceremony to another the couple’s second ceremony took place in Zion Church, Rathgar, also decorated beautifully. Keeping in mind all loved ones and not wanting anyone to miss out on the ceremony Joanna made sure that nothing started until everybody was in attendance. Which to me just keeps the entire theme of the wedding going as family and friends played very important roles throughout.
With such a lovely day had by all, we here at the EFC Studios would like to congratulate the lovely couple on such a spectacular day!
Ceremony: Brides parent’s back garden and Zion Church, Rathgar.
Reception: Clayton Hotel Ballsbridge, Dublin 4.
Wedding dress & shoes: Anne Gregory Design, Newtownmountkennedy.
Jewellery: Carol Shaw Bridal Jewellery, Rathfarnham.
Hair: Kuts n’ Kurls, Rathmines.
Makeup: Lisa Redmond from Emma Farrell Makeup.
Bouquets & Buttonholes.: Blooming Amazing Florists, Ranelagh.
Groomswear: Suitable Company, Duke St.
Cake: Linen Hill Kitchen & Deli, Banbridge.
DJ: Digital DJs.
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