Jenny & Brent got married just a few weeks before Northern Ireland (and the rest of the world) went into lockdown. It’s so surreal when I look back, there was no social distancing, no face masks and no one had a clue that Boris was going to tell us all to STAY AT HOME.
The couple tied the knot in the Belfast Room at the Ulster Museum were they had the most beautiful, personalised ceremony celebrated by Fiona Soloman. Moments including a last kiss from Jenny’s mum and the entrance of the couple’s little daughter who ran down the aisle to greet her daddy, total tear jerkers!
Afterwards, they strolled across the road to Deanes at Queens for the party, my favourite venue for a city wedding in Belfast. Greeted by the dulcet tones of Matt Wilson Music, he had the guests up dancing before diner and then Brent’s dad made a cracking speech which was finished off by singing his own rendition of “I Love you baby”- absolute genius, what a voice!
The whole day oozed style and elegance, every detail felt so romantic. The incredible flowers by the very talented Harriet Reilly Floral Design made a stunning backdrop in the ceremony room and later adding colour to the top table.
Grab yourself a cuppa, sit back and take in this beautiful wedding.
Ceremony Venue – Ulster Museum
Celebrant – Fiona Soloman
Party Venue – Deanes at Queens
Flowers – Harriet Reilly Floral Design
Music – Matt Wilson
Dress – Ivory & Pearl
Make up – Rebecca Saulters
Hair – Lynda Crawford
Cake – Sofia Rose Cake Design
Stationary – Two Little Words