UK bride, Jess and US groom, Ethan met half way for their laid-back real wedding in Ireland. A two-day bash that was filled with meaningful moments and beautiful details, let’s take a look at it.
The couple opted for an Irish wedding for several reasons: Jess has Irish family, and spent many happy weeks in Ireland growing up. Both of them felt totally at home in Ireland, and couldn’t imagine a lovelier place to get married.
Jessica and Ethan, who love to travel brought blessings from around the world into their contemporary Jewish ceremony. They were aiming for a relaxed and fun feel for their wedding. It was an opportunity to finally unite friends and family from opposite sides of the Atlantic, and they wanted everyone to feel comfortable and to have plenty of opportunity to get to know each other. The vibe was understated and informal but romantic – there were hand drawn programs, vibrant and unstructured bouquets, long, flowing dresses, and mismatched décor. The ceremony was a collection of readings and blessings from all over the world. The beautiful reception space in Horetown House doesn’t need much decoration, but candles, flowers and hanging lights amped up the atmosphere.
The groom was wearing a three-piece wedding suit with a blue tie. The bride was wearing an A-line wedding gown with a lace embellished bodice and a tulle skirt plus a long veil. Get inspired by the ideas of this wedding below!