Jooxie is so in love with this couple’s colour palette!All of us dare you not to love this gorgeous wedding! Kept at the Faithlegg House Resort in Waterford, today’s true wedding couple Susan & Ross planned a drop wedding of epic amounts. Rich with vivid treasure tones, meaningful vintage components and blooms that will period breath away, it’s the supreme autumn wedding inspiration bursting along with seasonal elements that you’ll want in order to steal! Every little details and magical moment had been documented artfully by Dasha Caffrey who went apart from to capture the magic, and can’t wait for you to have a look! Bride Susan is from Region Wexford in the sunny Southern East, and Groom Ross is from West Natural. The couple are currently located in Bandon, where they are presently renovating a period house, ‘Kildarra House’. The pair fulfilled in the middle to wed within Co. Waterford! The few tell us that their really like story started when they fulfilled each other through work. New bride Susan fills us within, ‘I don’t remember yet Ross remembers the first time he or she saw me, he has been sent down to reception to look at the ‘new girl’ that will just started. He says their sights were immediately fixed on me but We resisted his charm for a long period before finally giving within! ‘ She adds, ‘we ended things when I needed to move to Brazil for a yr for work but the ranges of communication never shut, and when I moved house I moved straight into the home, to begin the renovation trip we are still on these days, making the house a home. ‘The proposal happened while the few were on a weekend aside at Faithlegg Hotel in order to celebrate Susan’s birthday. Leslie tells us more, ‘it was your weekend of my Birthday celebration, we had actually stayed within Faithlegg Hotel (for the very first time) on the Friday previous night heading to my home within Wexford. On the Sunday, all of us went for a walk over the beach in Kilmore Quay, it was a crisp great sunny January morning plus Ross told me he had an additional present to give me and he obtained down on one knee, We cried a lot (happy holes of course! ) before stating YES, I was over the celestial satellite! ‘Once engaged, the few set about planning their time, and after a few unsuccessful location visits, finally settled upon Faithlegg. Susan tells us those that have made it ‘the one’ on their behalf, ‘we visited a lot of older Country house-type venues and another thing we noticed had been accommodation was limited also because we’d have friends/family traveling from Cork and Wexford we wanted them to have the ability to stay, so Faithlegg was your best of both worlds! You can find 14 master bedrooms within the original house and more compared to 60 hotel bedrooms within the new wing so everybody who wanted to stay can stay. The staff had been exceptional, super friendly plus nothing was ever an issue for them. Another plus is that the gardens were flawless which meant we did not have to travel anywhere because they made the perfect backdrop for the photos. ‘Once they had discovered their perfect venue, the particular couple set a date to get October 31st 2020, to them and their 240 visitors, however , Covid had various other plans and the pair needed to postpone their day till October 30th 2021, plus go ahead with a downsized listing of 100 guests. Their focal points from the very beginning were easy. to ensure their guests ‘were well fed (& watered! ) and that they had a basketball, ‘ Susan says. The lady adds, ‘Faithlegg exceeded the expectations in terms of food & drink. For the music side, we wanted the part of start from the get go! And we were so excited once the Carrigtwohill Gospel Choir (all 25 of them! ) had been available on our date (and again on our 2nd time! ) They were so dynamic and fun and really established the tone for the whole day time when we danced out of the chapel to ‘OH HAPPY DAY’! The drinks reception has been outdoors on 30 Oct (putting that down to The kid of Prague), people sipped hot whiskeys and we bopped along to The Gramophone Interpersonal, finally we had The Uncommon Suspects, a 7-piece metal band & DJ in order to dance the night away in order to! ‘The pair planned each day that was ‘a traditional wedding ceremony with a vintage twist. ‘ Susan tells us, ‘we’re huge into all things ‘old’ plus ‘antique’ as we’re presently smack bang in the middle of an interval house renovation project. The particular vibe was vintage plus fun, classic car, authentic gramophones form the 1920s, twenty five member Gospel choir, 7-piece brass band, fur layers, hot whiskeys all having a pop of colour because of Lennie, our florist! ‘For the reflection at the end of their own ceremony, Susan’s Mam look over ‘Scaffolding’ by Seamus Heaney. A nod to the young couples love story and their house renovation project. Susan’s spectacular wedding dress is a Theia Fashion design which she found at Folkster Bridal within Co. Kilkenny. She finished her timeles bridal appearance with a full-length pearl adorned veil, a ‘something borrowed’ gold bangle from the girl sister and ‘something blue’ sparkle heels from Charlotte now Mills. ‘I never noticed the wedding phrase ‘Something aged, something new, something borrowed, some thing blue’ has a 5th plus final line ‘and the silver sixpence in the girl shoe’ until I obtained my beautiful shoes through Charlotte Mills. They were brand new, blue on the sole inside, and they even had a magical sixpence in the left footwear! ‘The bridesmaids rocked man made fibre wrap dresses in corrosion also from Folkster Wedding. The colour scheme was very much so autumnal, with rich hot tones throughout. Everything from Ross’s burgundy velvet jacket as well as the bridesmaids rust coloured gowns, down to the gold leaf on the cake and the water piping & golden pumpkins spread on every table, designed for the perfect Autumn wedding colour scheme! We love the addition from the pumpkins at each table which usually Susan tells us was a DO-IT-YOURSELF project. ‘We tried to prevent any unnecessary stress within the lead up to the wedding as well as for us that meant staying away from too much DIY (we experienced enough DIY with the home renovations! ) so the many we did was convince my lovely sisters in order to spray-paint over 30 small pumpkins in gold plus copper to decorate the particular tables. ‘Susan has some quite solid advice for involved couples who are starting their own wedding planning journey. ‘Half the particular battle is deciding which kind of wedding you want as a few, the other half is selecting the most appropriate suppliers, I would encourage individuals to check out reviews online, I believed One Fab Day, Wedding ceremonies Online and HIGM Facebook team were all great options for information. Because we selected fantastic professional suppliers we all honestly did not have one be concerned in the lead up to the time or on the day itself. The particular hotel was absolutely fabulous, the photographer, the videographer and the florist were from this world and the music was your highlight for many of our visitors. If I had to plan a marriage again in the morning (thankfully I actually don’t), I would book every single one of our suppliers again within a heartbeat! ‘Susan tells us which the couple were lucky enough to take pleasure from a honeymoon as Covid travel restrictions lifted. ‘We were very lucky in order to escape to Dubai meant for 7 nights, the weather has been amazing 30 degrees daily and there was so much to carry out, we did a delicacy safari which included self-drive buggies, sandboarding and a camel trip, we visited the World’s largest waterpark and the World’s tallest building (went to the 148th floor of the Burj Kalifa), we even visited the Expo2020 where we all caught The Riverdance! Don’t worry we also took some time to chill out by the pool and beach too. That was only a tiny fraction of what’s offered to do/see in Dubai so we’d highly recommend! ‘Susan also tells us the pair are planning to do a second honey moon in New Zealand traveling around in a campervan for 2 weeks in the near future. An enormous thank you to Susan and Ross for sharing their autumn Faitlegg wedding around, it’s an absolute dream! An enormous thanks also goes out to Dasha Caffrey for these wonderful moments captured so beautifully. There are more swoon-worthy photos in the gallery below!