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Elope to Ireland – Jenn & Gary – real wedding

Jenn & Gary’s Intimate Irish Elopement This year I have been fortunate enough to perform two beautiful elopement ceremonies in Loughcrew Estate. The second of these was for a couple, Jenn & Gary, who travelled here from the U.S.  They planned to have a big family celebration back home but they wanted to do something Read More

Alternatives to traditional ceremonies – Radio 1 interview

Alternatives to traditional ceremonies Ireland is an ever changing country and this is evident in the way we celebrate life’s milestone moments.  A traditionally Catholic country, the ‘norm’ has been to celebrate life, love and loss in the church.  For many years there was no question that you would have your newborn baby baptised, or Read More

Birth Flowers

Birth Flowers and their meanings Similar to birth stones, each month has a birth flower associated with it.  Check out the birth flowers and their meanings below. January: Carnation Carnations are timeless and one of my favourite flowers. Representing pride, beauty, admiration and gratitude, fascination, distinction, divine love, woman.They are available throughout the year and Read More

What do wedding flowers symbolise?

The language of flowers – what do wedding flowers symbolise? A great way to personalise your wedding is to choose flowers for your bouquet and floral arrangements that hold specific meanings in the language of flowers (floriography). Floriography was a cryptic way to communicate using flowers. In Victorian times, gifts of plants and floral arrangements Read More