Ballyfin Botanical Editorial for Confetti Magazine Part II…
with Paula O’Hara Photography

Happy Friday everyone! Hope you all enjoyed a glimpse of Part I of our adventure in Ballyfin Desmesne on Wednesday. Be sure to pick up a copy of Confetti Spring 2013 to see the full spread and get all the lovely details, but for now, a glimpse of the last few images that couldn’t make the full edition. Thanks so much for all the kind comments and feedback, it’s such a thrill to get to share something I had a hand in creating, so I really appreciate it! Huge thanks again to everyone who helped to bring the inspiration from just an idea to what you see below, including the fabulous Paula O’ Hara Photography,  Julie & Edward from 1st Option Model Management, Julie Caulfield, Making Faces and Pretty as a Picture.

You’ll find all the details on the gorgeous dresses and accessories in Confetti!

Have a wonderful weekend!

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Image Credits: Paula O’ Hara Photography | Styling: Style Serendipity | Models: Julie King & Edward Courtney 1st Option Model Management | Hair: Julie Caulfield |  Make Up: Making Faces | Invitations: Pretty as a Picture | Dresses:from Myrtle Ivory , Annabel Rose, Edel Tuite, Little White Dress, Sharon Hoey, Ophelia Bridal | Headpiece & Jewellery: from Knightsbridge Boutique | Location: Ballyfin Demesne

Posted in Fashion Styling, Floral Inspiration, My Styling Portfolio, Wedding Styling | 13 Comments

13 Responses to Ballyfin Botanical Editorial for Confetti Magazine Part II…
with Paula O’Hara Photography

  1. OMG! There are probably even nice than the Part 1!!! What a wonderful shoot! I love love love everything about it:) My favourite photo is probably the one shot through the glass, with the droplets of water:) Oh… Amazing! Have to go pick up the copy to see more:) You’ve got me hooked up:))

    • Ciara

      Thanks Sona, it was so hard to pick favourites to be honest but there are lots more lovely shots in the full editorial! So glad you liked it!

  2. Amazing ladies! Well done. Such a beautiful venue and everything is styled to perfection!

    • Ciara

      Thanks Christina, Ballyfin was without doubt one of the most spectacular settings I’ve ever seen, well worth a trip if you ever get the chance!

  3. Really gals….so beautiful! It is truly like art. Beautiful light and photography, and styling. Well done!

  4. Like … I can’t even begin to express how blown away i am by this and the first part. I am lost for words at its beauty and elegance! Well done ladies.

  5. These are stunning, wha a gorgeous shoot! Love the classic, elegant lines of the dresses. This shoot really gives UK bridal mags a run for their money.

  6. I really have been living under a rock the past week! I only just saw this! Absolutely beautiful beautiful beautiful! Well Done to everyone involved! x

  7. Love to see my Dom Loves Mary Calligraphy font used for the wedding invitation and signage in this beautifully styled shoot! “She” feels right at home with the lovely setting! Wonderful work!

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