Happy St. Patrick’s Day everyone! We are all dressed in green and ready to hit the parade. Also looking forward to hearing if anyone got married today as traditionally, it’s the luckiest day to be married here! Today, to mark the end of a wonderfully Irish week… we are bringing you part three of “A Mythical Tune” – The Movie. If you haven’t already, feast your eyes on Part One and Part Two of our Irish wedding traditions inspired shoot.

Tomek from Cinematic Weddings spent the entire day with us and we are so thrilled to be able to share this with you today! It’s the perfect way to end a perfect week and we sure your gonna love it as much as we do!

‘A Mythical Tune’ Irish Wedding Traditions ✈ Part Three ‘The Movie’

Amazing isn’t it? Fly Away Bride would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of the amazing vendors that helped us put this shoot together. From the gorgeous styling by Pearl & Godiva to our beautiful models and every last person in between. We are so delighted with the result. Please be sure to check out their fantastic work, all of their website details are below!

“Lá Fhéile Pádraig sona daoibh!”

Lindsay agus Pamela x

Photographer: Aspect Photography | Photographer’s Assistant: Simon Curran | Cinematography: Cinematic Weddings | Venue: Inish Beg Estate, Baltimore, West Cork, Ireland | Concept & Production: Fly Away Bride | Art Direction & Styling: Pearl & Godiva, assisted by Maura Dineen & Colette Nolan | Florist: Wild Floral Couture | Cakes & Desserts: The Cake Stand | Stationery: Farrell & Chase | Doves: Dove Days | Harp: Harper and Bow | Bride’s Attire: Dirty Fabulous | Groom’s Attire: Geraghty’s | Makeup: Kathryn O’Neill Makeup Artist | Hair: Up Style Junkie | Jewellery & Cape: Elsa & GoGo Boutique | Ribbons & Trimmings: A. Rubanesque | Models: Rebecca Howarth (Lockdown), Eider Leite (Morgan Agency) & Aisling Finnegan (Assets)

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  1. Friday’s FAB 5 | Fly Away Bride

    […] We’ve had a FAB week here on Fly Away Bride, after celebrating all that is Irish Last week in honour of St. Patrick’s Day we had a very special video to share on Saturday… ‘A Mythical Tune’ Irish Wedding Traditions ✈ Part Three ‘The Movie’ […]

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  2. Tatiana

    I’m thrilled with the movie. So beautiful, so magic. But I’d like to ask: what is the music playing? I’m getting married in a couple of months and would like to have it at my wedding.

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  3. Elizabeth | Bridal Musings

    WOW! I know I’m a little late…but this is one of the most gorgeous wedding inspiration shoots (and films) I’ve ever seen. Beautifully styled and I love the glimpse into Irish wedding traditions. Well done to all involved!

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  4. diane sampson

    Im still watching the video over and over, like Tatiana I would love to obtain the music can you please email me the name of the tune and if it is available.

    diane sampson.

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  5. diane sampson

    Oh, great can’t wait ,I have the silver teapot embroider a table cloth ,trying ruff- icing a cake ,got the ribbons and bells , hyacinths in the garden,green and blue necklace need the dress, dove and man.
    I intend plaiting my grandaughters hair,I wont to pass all this on to her.

    I have just started to play the piano ,late starter but hope to play this one day.

    Look forward to hearing from you and Tomek.

    Regards Diane.

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  6. flyawaybride

    Hi Diane,
    Finally found the music for you! It is called “Wind Love” by Era.
    Your grandaughter is very lucky. The blue dress can be bought from Dirty Fabulous in Dublin, it would be a real beautiful gown to pass on for sure! Can’t do anything about the man I’m afraid but I’m sure she will have no problem there herself!
    Lindsay x

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