Una and Fergus were wed in a beautiful Irish church overlooking the town of Mulllingar; the very same church that the bride's parents were married in over 40 years ago. Wearing her Mikaella gown that she found at The White Room, the bride and her groom danced the night away. We caught up with Una to hear more about her special day:
How did Fergus propose?
Fergus brought me away for two nights to the beautiful Radisson Farnham Estate in Co. Cavan a few days after Christmas in 2012. On the first night he asked me to marry him back in our room after a lovely dinner and drinks. He had a token ring for the occasion that was miles too big for my finger but I wouldn’t take it off my hand and kept dropping it for the rest of the stay!
What drew you to your Mikaella gown?
I just love sweetheart neck lines in general. I also wanted a full skirt, and possibly a bow somewhere as I feel this style suits me best. Mikaella Style 1751 had all three. It was one of the first dresses I tried on and I remember my sister smiling when I came out wearing it. I didn’t buy it straight away but no other dress compared to it and so I kept going back to it. I’m glad I did.
What was your favourite memory from your wedding day?
My favourite memory is probably just dancing the night away with all our family and friends and having so much fun. Another highlight was my Dads speech as I know he was nervous about it but he did a fantastic job.
Thank you, Una, for submitting your wedding to us!
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Credits // Photography: Bartlomiej Bercynski // Venue: The Annbrook House Hotel