Sail Away With Me Inspiration
This 1930s nautical inspiration is stuffed to the gills with amazing vendors in the wedding world, from Christina Brosnan of Brosnan Photographic with the help of White Tea as second shooters, and thought up and executed by Fly Away Bride in Dublin. We’re absolutely mad about the rope cake and compass details!
View all images from this shoot in the gallery
Wedding Vendors (Dublin, Ireland):
Venue: MV Cill Airne / Wedding Photographer: Christina Brosnan of Brosnan Photographic / Second Photographer: White Tea / Concept and Production: Fly Away Bride / Event Stylist: Pearl & Godiva / Bride’s Attire: Covet / Groom’s Attire: Harlequin Vintage Store / Accessories: Covet and Harlequin Vintage Store / Makeup: Ellie Balfe / Hair: Michelle O’Halloran / Brooch Bouquets: Best of Buds Flowers and Events / Stationery: Farrell & Chase / Cakes and Desserts: Cloudberry Bakery / Cinematography: Best Day Productions / Models: Aisling Finnegan and Eider Leite
Is this a photoshoot or a real wedding? VERY jealous if it is real. either way, it’s just stunning.
Where can you get the tablespoon with inscription?
Hi Sara & Nynke,
This was an inspiration shoot which we produced at Fly Away Bride, we wanted it to feel like a real wedding,and with thanks to all the wonderful vendors involved and of course the amazing models who had great chemistry and are now great friends we hope we have achieved this.
The spoon was supplied by Pearl & Godiva who styled the shoot they also hire vintage table and china ware for weddings and special occasions. http://www.pearlandgodiva.com
This is such an awesome idea! Thanks for the inspiration and links! -Jayson and Rachael
This is such a gorgeous setting and wonderful wedding theme.
This is so beautiful! I love nautical themed weddings and engagement shoots.
Thanks for featuring this shoot! Always a pleasure to be featured on Ruffled!
The Nautical cake topper that was used in this beautiful photoshoot where did you get it or is it for sale?
Very Cute Idea for a Wedding Theme, and the Bride looks so elegant!
Just wondering if anyone involved in the shoot could tell me if they know where I could find the beautiful headpiece? I know it originally came from The Harlequin in Dublin, but unfortunately they no longer have it in the shop. So I was really just taking a shot in the dark that maybe someone from the shoot might know where it is/if it’s still possible to buy/rent it? If so, you would make my wedding day! Absolutely beautiful shoot by the way!