An Art Gallery Wedding and Disco Inspired Reception
They were married on 29 June 2019 inside a humanist ceremony at; a skill gallery and community arts and cultural hub in Rathmines, Dublin. After the ceremony, the pair and their family members walked to Gavin's home for their reception, with tent hire thanks.
Sibéal's amazing, 70s boho-inspired red wedding dresses was by FeelTimes, which she discovered through the website.
"I fell deeply in love with my dress before I was engaged. I wanted to put on something I loved which flattered my shape, and I took the opportunity to get it online. I bought the gown a size too big, and also got it drawn in by a lovely seamstress annually before the marriage. There was no fuss, also it didn't require me to pay a fortune with fittings, etc. I can't wait to put on it again!"
Gavin looked incredibly smart within an oatmeal check double-breasted suit, worn having a white shirt, He sourced his Hope accessories through.
Bridesmaids' dresses were brilliant, with shoes, and jewelry.
Sibéal and Gavin first met at university this year, where they were both film students, and became engaged in March 2018, and planned their wedding for an additional June.
Together with their family members, the newly married couple strolled hand in hand to Gavin's house, and I just adore how these moments happen to be captured by the photographer.
Inside the tents, more colorful paper lanterns, along with a shiny disco ball hung in the ceiling canopy, sourced by Sibéal's sister-in-law, Ellen. Pretty stationery was created by Sibéal's talented friend, and also the long, rustic dining tables were simply decorated with flower posies.
Everyone sat down to some vibrant, sharing feast, and the pair's beautiful, three-tier semi-naked cake is made by another talented friend, Eva Lawes.
"I'm a dancer and choreographer so our first dance was the only real part of the marriage I felt capable of taking care of! I choreographed an item to This Must Be The Place (live) by David Byrne."
"I used movements from various things we love – The OA, Rick and Morty, Daft Punk, and my dancer friends joined us at the conclusion (you will see our dance ). We had more music from Pádraig Ó Sé (céilí) and our friends DJ'd."
Words of Wedded Wisdom
"Honestly the only real thing I would have to say is to do your thing. Take everything you love about weddings and run together – scrap the remainder."
"If you're not feeling it, you don't have to complete it. It's your entire day, and also you deserve to have everything how you need it, and when you don't understand what you want, think away from the box."
"If you've creative friends, get them involved, they'll save your life!"
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