So here they are finally..... My Wedding photos, well a small selection anyway!For anyone that did not know we won a free Wedding in the beautiful Clayton Hotel in Galway. Morgan entered a competition being held by Galway bay FM (our local radio). The public were asked to write the story of their relationship, proposal etc in 300 words or less. Morgan created a hand illustrated and written book on brown recycled paper and thank God it was chosen as the winner. This honestly was a dream come true, as we really couldn’t afford a wedding, and desperately wanted to get married. We were Married on 17th Oct 2009
My God-Daughter Erica was one of our flower girls, she looks so adorable here, I was up until 3AM the night before the wedding crocheting the cape
Here is my little sister Shauna, who was a real little maid of honor to me, she came to every dress fitting we me and never complained even though she is an eternal tom-boy!
My other God Daughter Niamh looking so cute!, they came over from Manchester for the day
Morgans two sisters Maria(above) and Genny(below)were also my bridesmaids, I made the capes in a beautiful mohair yarn
With my mum Patricia after she helped me into my dress
My Dad rented us a Roles Royce as a surprise!
Here Come The Girls!!
I crocheted flowers for all the women guests, as a keepsake
John, The Best man
Flower Girl Basket I made
At the chapel on time with my Dad
Shauna, Layla holding her daughter Niamh, Maria, Dad, Me,Gen, Ethan the page boy and Erica
My Husband to be!
You may now kiss the Bride!!
Lighting our unity candle
My Brother Ant, did a wonderful reading and was a great groomsman!
Shauna was an alter server for the mass
The Wedding Party
The whole gang!
We had these candles and flowers on the alter to remember, those no longer with us - Mine and Morgans Grandfathers Bill and Paddy, and my two brothers John Patrick and Patrick Micheal
Under an archway of flowers
With Morgans Family
After the chapel we popped in to see the dear folks of the nursing home where I work,
More pictures to follow of the reception, as soon as I sort through them, hope you liked the pictures xx