Shaping the perfect wedding day
Kate O’Dowd used to chronicle the luxurious goings-on of society nuptials in the pages of a magazine. Now, as one half of weddings consultancy Love &, she moulds them herself
Meet Kate O’Dowd, the wedding magazine editor who’s jumped the fence: no longer does she feature fabulous weddings on glossy pages, she creates them.
Together with event organiser extraordinaire Jen Power, O’Dowd has identified a new kind of couple, who, she explains, “are gaining confidence to make individual decisions when it comes to their wedding, possibly because they are marrying later than ever before”.
Together, Power and...
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