Perfect finishing touches for your wedding

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Planning details that will bring delight on your big day is all part of the fun, no matter how small your nuptials are set to be

Perhaps you put your wedding on hold, or maybe you got engaged during lockdown. Chances are you are having to adapt your dream wedding plans for something smaller, and getting creative to find ways to make it feel your own. Whether you’re a bride getting creative to make your small wedding feel special, or a bridesmaid helping a pal to do the research, there are lots of ideas to add some joy to the day. Here are a few businesses and experts who can help create the perfect setting for your special day.

Gather round

For an intimate wedding reception, try renting some pretty pieces to create a magical tablescape. Signature Rentals has all you need to dress a table beautifully, whether you’re planning a candlelit supper with family or a fun brunch at home with your bridal party. Whether you’re dining al fresco or want to breathe new life into your dining table set up, there are a range of styles inspired by the West of Ireland, the Mediterranean and more. You can even contact Maria and her team for a virtual consultation whereby they will suggest items that will work with your existing table top in your home and to give it a seasonal refresh.

 

Sweet treats

Cakes may not require as many tiers for a smaller gathering, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be just as breathtaking.Β  We love the coordinated wedding favours of handpainted macaroons created by Cupcakes and Counting weddings.Β 


 

Homegrown flowers

The Burren Flower Farm grows wedding flowers in Clare, without the use of chemicals and with Irish pollinators in mind. Flower farmer and florist Sarah Wall offers consultations so she can help create the perfect, natural floral arrangements to your tastes. She has three packages for small weddings, the Intimate Boho Burren Wedding (from €280), the Just The Six of Us (from €420) and A Few More In The Party (from €540). She can also create corsages for special guests, ceremonial table and altar flowers and ceremonial arches and circles for outdoor ceremonies too. Find out more at theburrenflowerfarm.ie.

 

Blooming talent

Flowerpop floral studio in Dublin won the award for Blossoming Beginner at the 2021 Intrigue Floral Awards. The new business was founded by Heather Condren in late 2020, which could be perfect for brides looking for something a little different to what you’ve seen at other weddings.

 

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Organise a bespoke celebration

AD Event Design creates experiences for private clients and brands, with a focus on decadent styling, planning the details of your day and creating a magical atmosphere. With an editorial eye for everything from calligraphy to menu planning, Annie Dunne’s background in event management and design will ensure every part is flawless.

 

 

Perfect each moment

Frog Prince has been styling and planning weddings for over 14 years, so your celebration will be safe in experienced hands. Having the best contacts, creative vision and an eye for floristry with sister brand New Moon Blooms, Sharon Griffin is a powerhouse. Frog Pring combines florals, design and furniture and accessory rental for engaged couples to curate their dream day.

 

 

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