Leigh And Conor Coastal Northern Irish Wedding
On a beautiful summer day, Leigh and Conor celebrated their wedding in the coastal region of Greyabbey, Northern Ireland. Accompanied by their 18-month-old son, the family of three shares their bright smile, their unique style and their cherished moments in today’s marriage. Captured by treasure and heart, this heartwarming wedding, which took place at Haus Orange, shows us how important love, family and friendships are. With an endless display of blush and ivory roses, daring black bridesmaid dresses and a retro set of Vespa scooters-we promise you a wedding that you will love. Hold on!
Leigh shares an emotional phone call with a friend on Facetime as she prepares for the big day
The bride described her wedding as “the perfect day” and we can see why. Leigh gave her bridesmaids a Jo Malone gift bag, which is the perfect gift for wedding parties, but also a nice souvenir for afterwards. The sense of smell is strongly linked to memory – which means that every time you smell this beautiful scent, it will bring you back to that very special moment. The ladies stood out in their matching colorful bridal pajamas, a refreshing change from the wedding dresses.
Such a father, such a son. The son of Harry, Leigh and Conor was extremely involved in their very special day. As can be seen above, he wears a miniature version of Conor’s costume with the addition of an adorable dickie knot. A special moment caught was the exchange of love letters before the ceremony between Leigh, Conor and even little Harry. A beautiful and sentimental note that is always so lovingly loved.
Leigh’s dress speaks of elegance and simplicity. By designer Suzanne Neville, the satin dress is beautifully detailed with lace and buttons. Her bridesmaids wore classic black silk dresses complemented by an ivory ribbon draped around bouquets filled with roses and paired with neutral bare heels. A bold choice, executed to perfection.
The wedding ceremony and reception took place at the Orange Tree House, a private wedding venue on the shores of Co County. Below. At the top of the alley is a beautiful moon gate. Dressed to impress with an abundance of foliage, Italian ruscus and a mix of blush and Playa Blanca roses. The flower magic continued until the bridal party bouquets, which create a beautiful theme throughout. When asked what was the most important thing, Leigh replied: “Flowers! I love flowers, I really wanted them to stand out.”
You can now peck the bride! The room was serenaded by harpist Ruth Corry and the aisle was lit by cylindrical vases and a sparkling candle that flowed around the moon gate. A perfect setting that really enhanced the images of the ceremony. Keep reading to see how the couple intelligently remodeled the moon door and decor after in the day.
When three become one. The couple loved the place, from the magnificent views to the most friendly staff. “Everything was more than we could have imagined, from our reception to the sellers. It was a relaxing day with our family and closest friends,” says Leigh.
All the men-including baby Harry-looked very preppy. The groomsmen wore dark anthracite wool suits in combination with gray ties that matched Conor’s vest and brown leather shoes. An elegant but casual look.
Leigh was the creative hand behind the tasteful decor. The door to the moon was redesigned after the ceremony to sit behind the upper table to accompany the newlyweds at their main meal and speeches. Stationery was another element that really stood out. There were individual details everywhere, from the greeting to the table plan to the place card names and table numbers. A really nice touch!
We love a wedding mailbox, a fantastic idea!
The cake was dressed with beautiful flowers and hung on an incredible floating display stand. A bagpiper played bagpipes in a kilt and ceremonial clothes to announce the couple in the banquet hall – what an entrance!
With the beautiful coastline on their doorstep, the couple decided to retire on the sandy shores and make time for him while he captures beautiful moments. Leigh remembers the sweet memory of when Conor asked him to marry. “We were in Paris two weeks before, and I thought that of all the places to propose it would be there – but NO! A few weeks after we were on the beach at Glenariff for a walk and there he got down on his knees.”
A walk to remember. Leigh chose these glittery Badgley Mischka bridal shoes-just the right amount of glamour to go with her elegant dress.
Leigh and Conor’s advice to couples is: “Enjoy and relax, everything fits exactly.”A big thank you to the charming couple and especially to Treasure & Heart for sharing the images of this beautiful coastal wedding in Northern Ireland.