Lauren Arthurs goes cosy for daughter’s autumnal christening

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Lauren Arthurs went all out this weekend for her daughter, Fallyn’s christening.

She decided to lean into the season for an autumnal-themed celebration.

The Cork influencer looked stunning as she celebrated the big day with her husband, John O’Flynn.

They enjoyed the day with their nearest and dearest with the priest that married them being the man to christen baby Fallyn. What a full-circle moment.


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After the ceremony, they headed to the five-star hotel Hayfield Manor Hotel in Cork.

The gorgeous spot was decked out in autumnal decor, including pumpkins and deep orange and brown tones. So dreamy!

They enjoyed some cocktails in the glass house before they had dinner.

Lauren explained that they had booked out the wine cellar to further the cosy and autumnal vibes as they enjoyed a meal with their loved ones.

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“It was such a gorgeous & intimate room. So cosy & autumnal,” she captioned the pictures. And we couldn’t agree more!

The influencer shared gorgeous snaps of Fallyn’s christening with the caption: “Our gal’s christening day.”

Lauren looked absolutely gorgeous in a white dress that she picked up from Karen Millen. The tailored dress featured a draped belt and we’re simply obsessed.

She added a pair of black slingbacks as she opted for a relaxed makeup look. Her blonde locks fell in a gorgeous beachy wave look.


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Lauren shared other pictures, adding: “Such a special day.”

She also opted for a statement cake for the event. The influencer opted for pillar candle cakes for Trace of Cakes for the occasion. And we think they’re the perfect option for an autumnal-themed event.


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