Mags and Conor's Summer Maryborough Wedding

 
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Conor proposed on a trip to New York in November 2016. “It has always been the place we most love to visit and now we have an extra special reason to return.” Conor and Mags met on a night out in a nightclub through a mutual friend in 2007. They dated ever since and actually got married on their 11th anniversary together.

“We chose the Maryborough Hotel as our wedding venue because it has the most stunning Orangery. After viewing a number of venues, the Orangery was a real wow feature for us. Everything about the venue was exactly what we were looking for - an old country house feel with the convenience of a hotel for all our guests coupled with beautiful grounds.”

On their favourite part of the day: “My favourite part of the day was getting ready in the morning, in the house I grew up in, with my family and best friends all around me. Also, it was such a fantastic feeling walking into the ballroom together as a newly married couple to a room filled with everyone we love.” - Mags. “My favourite part was watching Mags walk up the aisle. It was the moment everything finally came together after months of planning and well, she just looked so beautiful! She was, in typical Mags fashion, half an hour late so I was very glad to see her!” - Conor

 
 
 

The Suppliers:

The Dress - 'Stevie' gown and veil by the Australian designer Made with Love. Stocked in Bella Bleu Bridal in Cork.

Makeup was by Lisa Shannon Makeup

Hair was by Eva Crowley Hair.

Flowers - Vintage Cut Flowers in Clonakilty. “All the flowers were grown fresh by Lydia at her farm and smelled amazing on the day as well as being so beautifully styled.”

The Suit - tuxedo from Protocol in Dublin.

The bridesmaid dresses were made by Dresscode in Dublin.

The groomsmen wore tuxedos by Denis Deasy Suits in Clonakilty.

The Cake - the cake and dessert table was by Ms Cupcake Cork

Wedding car by Blarney Car Hire (and a surprise treat from my Mum and Dad!)

Gifts - Mum and bridesmaids were gifted a Chupi bracelet each as a thank you for all that they did for us in the lead up to the big day.

Pearl earrings gifted from Conor from Natasha Sherling Jewellery in Dublin

Newbridge cufflinks gifted from Mags with their wedding date and engagement date on them.

Music - “Conor's brother, Sean and his family are very musical and played in the church along with Conor's Uncle, Johnny who sang as Gaeilge. Conor's niece, Aine and her partner, Chris played on the lawn of the Maryborough during our drinks reception. “

Vintage Affair styled the venue

Invites by bridetobee.ie

Headpiece - Atlantic Bridal in Bantry, Co. Cork.

Wedding video - We As One Films.

Second Shooter - Katya Koliban

Our band - The Jabronis from Cork.