This Saturday, Jamie Heaslip walked down the aisle, resplendent in a perfectly tailored tux. But enough about the former Ireland rugby captain, as stunning as he looked, it was the bride Sheena O'Buachalla who stole the
Since Kate Middleton got married to Wills, there's been a definite trend for a more demure, ladylike dress, and sleeves are hugely popular right now. I think the wedding sleeves du jour - lacey and sheer - are an amazing idea; you never have to worry about the dreaded flat side arm in photos. Not that Sheena would have any such issue, but still.
I gorged on episodes of Say Yes to the Dress at the weekend and to see a bride in a gúna that's neither strapless or satin is so very refreshing.
— jamie heaslip (@jamieheaslip) August 13, 2016
Nice use of emojis, Jamie.
Jamie & Sheena .... And JayZ.... "Run This Town" ... #wedding #jamieandsheena #jayzupdate #kingsInn #Dublin #mhweddings working along side the awesome @storyofeve
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What do you think of this trend for covered up wedding gowns? Do you think a little skin on show is no harm?