Meet LindsayNanaPin SITE IMAGE________

Hi there. Thanks for stopping by! My name is Lindsay Moynagh and I am owner and creative director at House of Hannah. I also co-own Fly Away Bride with Amy O’Neill, an online magazine dedicated to destination weddings so it’s safe to say I am hopelessly in love with the wedding industry.

With a background in the events industry, I started House of Hannah as a way of combining my love for the online wedding world with something more tangible. At the time, styling was a relatively new concept in Ireland and it’s been amazing to see the industry grow here and across Europe. Being so centrally located, we have been very fortunate to have been given the opportunity to plan and style weddings for clients outside of Ireland in Italy and France.

I would describe my own design aesthetic as very romantic but organic. I am completely obsessed with calligraphy, handmade paper, old houses, foraged flowers and textured fabrics. I favour the light in the evening.

I’m very proud that our work has been featured both in Ireland and internationally, in magazines such as Style Me Pretty, Fly Away Bride, Once Wed, Magnolia Rouge, Image Brides, Confetti Magazine, Grey Likes Weddings, Ruffled Magazine, 100 Layer Cake, Green Wedding Shoes and many more.

Who is Hannah?Nana copyPin SITE IMAGE________

Hannah is my wonderful Nana. That’s her there on the left, in her fur coat at her 90th birthday, enjoying a brandy and taking it all in. I am above, cheering her on.

Nana is the most creative person I know and ever since she gifted me the most beautiful handmade Carrickmacross lace veil for my communion, I’ve been in awe of her talents. I still remember her showing me how to sew those tiny little loops with her white thread in the lace, amazed that such a tiny detail not only took so much time, but so much care and attention. It has stayed with me since and it has never been lost on me that so many of the beautiful things around us were made in that same way, with great care, love and time. It is always at the back of my mind when we approach a new design for our clients.

Photo; Amanda Wilcher Photographers