Laidback Love Extravaganza Wedding In Dublin · Rock n Roll Bride-to-be

Lisa and Kieran’s wedding didn’t have a style– they simply wanted it to be a “Love Extravaganza” party with all of their liked ones. It wasn’t really severe or official– it was held in a stunning little theatre, and the aisle music was the Jurassic Park theme tune– however did appear like it was a load of fun!Lisa and her bridesmaids looked extremely vintage in pin curls by The Make-Up Barand sweet coloured Chi Chi London dresses. Lisa’s dress was second-hand, purchased a bridal fair for “peanuts”– her shoes and devices (consisting of a remarkable clutch bag) were from the high street, and her fur coat was her something old, initially coming from Kieran’s nan.Kieran and his ushers also kept in with the pastel theme, wearing a pink velvet Noose and Monkey match jacket and white trousers, and his ushers using lilac fits. Among Lisa and Kieran’s preferred things about the wedding preparation was, in reality, getting to design the bridal celebration,”It was enjoyable to play gown up with all our loved ones! “the bride said.Their ceremony was held at Smock Street Theatre, Dublin.”We held the event in the theatre which had a cool entrance walking through the audience,”Lisa explains.” We played the style tune to Jurassic Park as my entrance music as it is a pretty lovely tune and set the tone of we weren’t taking it extremely severe. Our speeches were all song lyrics from the Remedy. We legally got wed two weeks before on our own so we had Kieran’s sis be the master of events for the exchanging of rings which was a lovely touch instead of having someone we didn’t understand who simply states the exact same generic lines at every wedding.”They embellished the theatre with a couple of coloured tealights, and fairylights wrapped around a frame for the ceremony’s backdrop.Guests then made their way to the reception, held at Fallon & Byrne, a dining establishment and food hall in Dublin( thus the incredible food market shots!)”We opted for the tapas menu for our food, which was delish &,” Lisa continues. “We also chose to have our dessert alternative as our cake rather than paying for an additional one simply for cutting and pictures; Fallon & Byrne whacked all the profiteroles into a tower then everyone ate it after. “”We had a little pot of badges for people to place on as they entered the reception,” Lisa says,”and little bags of wildflower seeds as our favours. Our table decorations were battery ran trees from Primark that I sprayed gold for a bit of bling. Other than that we didn’t have much decoration. Both venues were so quite that they didn’t truly need much jazzing up!”Their top concern was making sure guests had non-stop enjoyable at their all day party, so their most significant expense was the wedding band, Till Death Do Us Celebration. “It was truly essential that we had a band that played music we loved and everyone danced their socks off. We danced a lot that

I even forgot to toss the arrangement! “And how’s this for perfection? After their reception venue closed at 2am, the delighted couple and their guests headed to a Japanese karaoke bar to continue the fun. As they strolled in, they were playing a remixed version of Lisa and Kieran’s first dance– Talking Heads’This Should Be the Place. CHILLS.Supporting Cast

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