Ailbhe Garrihy shares glimpse inside nursery ahead of baby’s arrival

Ailbhe Garrihy has been busy designing and decorating the nursery in her home, before the baby’s arrival in a matter of weeks.

The PR guru is expecting her first child with husband Ruaidhri Hehir very soon, and has been making all the final preparations at home ahead of the birth.

Sharing a glimpse inside her son or daughter’s bedroom, Ailbhe and Ruaidhri kept the colour palette very neutral with cream walls and soft decorative finishes on the walls.

Adding an adorable Winnie The Pooh print, which was a gift from her mum, as well as green leaves on the wall (bought from Sostrene Grene), Ailbhe couldn’t be happier with how it all looks.

“Not able for my little leaves in baby’s room,” she beamed.

Ailbhe announced her pregnancy joy in April of this year, and while she couldn’t share the news with her sister Aoibhin in person due to restrictions surrounding Covid-19, showed her the baby scan over Facetime.

Sharing a screenshot of the exact moment it happened, Aoibhin looked happier than ever.

Ailbhe and Ruaidhri tied the knot during a romantic ceremony in Doolin, Co. Clare on October 4th.

The three most important people in Ailbhe’s life – sisters Aoibhin, Doireann and best friend Serena – were by her side for the entire weekend.

“I may be biased, but have you ever seen three more beautiful bridesmaids?” she wrote alongside a picture of them.

The bride herself looked absolutely breathtaking over the weekend, opting for not one or two, but three incredible dresses.

For the wedding itself, Ailbhe looked radiant as ever in a boho style dress with lace detailing and capped sleeves

Over the course of the weekend, she went on to wear another two stunning frocks.

Similar to her wedding gown, the day-two look had elaborate details on the bodice, while the third day saw her in a much more casual, white mini-dress.


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