Your wedding day is one of the biggest days of your life, and you’ll want absolutely everything to be perfect so you can look back on it with fond memories.
You’ll want the best DJ, the best food, the best location, and the best bouncy castle. Yes, you read that right, bouncy castles are here for your wedding and they look incredible.
The bouncy castles come courtesy of A Wedding Wonderland, who specialise in providing unique event equipment for hire, taking your parties to the next level.
They manage to look both incredibly fun and somehow super classy so it’s not hard to imagine the Insta likes rolling in from one of these bad boys.
The bouncy castles are proving to be so popular with people, they’ve had to restrict bookings to within a 50 mile radius for the next two years just to deal with demand.
There are a bunch of different designs for the bouncy castle, including flowers, classy white adornments, and some gold lining.
The bouncy castles aren’t the only thing A Wedding Wonderland can provide for your special day either, they also provide photo walls as well as customised chair covers and table settings.
One thing they won’t be able to provide, though, is this stunning backdrop provided by mother nature – namely, the Beast from the East.
Ferocious blizzards battered Meath in Ireland as lovebirds Eric Horan and Sian Williams prepared to say their ‘I do’s.’
However, the good people of Meath pulled together to ensure a happy – if slightly unusual – day for the spouses to be. And what a spectacular looking day it was.
Thinking of the bride’s long dress, local residents headed to the church the morning of the wedding to shovel away snow prior to her arrival.
Costello’s Central shop in Kilmessan put out a call for 4X4 drivers to ferry wedding guests through the treacherous weather to the Trim Castle Hotel.
Even Trim Fire Services showed up to take the newly minted husband and wife to their reception party. True community spirit all round.
As I’m sure you will agree, the wedding photographs from the day were like something out of a fairy tale; with experienced photographer Ruth Foran making creative use of the ethereal palette of white lace on snow.
Indeed, the happiness radiating from the pair caught together in the wild snowdrift personally made me feel very, very single indeed.
However, capturing these precious moments was a slightly less than magical process, as Ruth explained to UNILAD:
Because of the whole warning was to be back in by 4 o’clock. So with the timing of the day, it was just making sure to keep the morning going.
You’re making sure the bride was kind of dressed, kind of very much on time to get her to the church to get her back.
Ruth also spoke about the pressure of having to deliver beautiful photographs under such challenging circumstances, noting how it would have been simpler with ‘a beautiful blanket of snow, with no blizzard happening.’
Stunning. Would’ve been better with a bouncy castle though.
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