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Sharon & Brendan

I met with Sharon & her Mum about a year and half before the Big Day. I knew from our meeting that we would get on famously! Sharon’s little Sister Michaella also works in our local Hairdressers in Loughmacrory, so I have tortured Michaella manys a time for a quick wash cut & blow dry!!

On the Wedding Day we arrived at Sharon’s house and it was the usual morning scene!! Hairdressers in one room, beauticians in another, Mummy running round trying to get organized and Daddy out farming, YES, out farming, Mickey didn’t have a care in the world, he was quite happy sorting out the animals!

Zero Hair & Beauty were in charge of the hairs & make-up and when they were done Sharon and her entourage looked amazing!

Brendan & the boys who might I add, looked very smart, were delivered on time to the Church by the very reliable Glendale Limousines. There was one extra special little man that morning and that was Cahir, Sharon & Brendan’s son! Cahir was adorable and so good, he just didn’t like to smile at us (I bet Michaella bribed him…LOL).

Sharon walked up the Aisle and into Brendan’s arms and the look of Love between the two was quite obvious!

The Ceremony was soon over and the new Mr & Mrs Wilson were met at the doors of the Church with kids from the local school in which Sharon works. We left the Church and stopped at Loughmacrory Lough for a few photos before heading onto Killymoon Castle in Cookstown. Dorothy had the kettle on and the scones were going down a treat!

The Photos were taken and we headed over to the Glenavon for the Meal and entertainment. As usual James greeted the couple with a smile and a couple of glasses of their finest Champagne!   We then headed in to see the cake, made by Sharon’s Aunt Colleen, it was fantastic! Later that night the boys from Bleedin Cowboys entertained the guests!

Many congratulations to Sharon, Brendan & Cahir on their Special Day and we wish you all every happiness in your future lives together.


Tracey & Sean McGread

What a beautiful morning we had at Tracey’s House, we were made feel so at home with all the girls and their wee daddy too. Tracey was one of the most relaxed Brides we have ever met!  Her Sister who came over from Ibiza for the Wedding even let us photograph her with no makeup on, as she was so tanned!  Not jealous at all!!  LOL!


Sean and the Boys arrived at the Church super early to make sure everything was ready for the Guests.  The Church looked amazing, Stephen Mallon worked his magic and from the flowers inside to the lovely white mat waiting for Tracey to walk up, everything was set!  Sean and the Boys even done a little bit of posing for us, but we were sworn to secrecy on that!


When the Bridesmaids arrived in their gorgeous “duck egg blue” dresses, the sun was shining!  Next to arrive was Tracey & her Daddy in Glendale’s Rolls Royce, what an entrance!!
The Ceremony went over perfectly, but there was one special person missing and that was Tracey’s wee Mummy.  Now from what I heard throughout the day she was a true lady!  Nothing can make you stop missing a loved one at a Wedding but I’m sure she was looking down on them both with a big Smile of Approval.

After the Ceremony was over we called at Louis Kelly’s House in Omagh.  The Photos were taken and there was even a special request from the little flower girl that Princess Elsa got her pic taken too, how could we refuse!  Tracey was very lucky to have two dashing little pageboys that day, but a week before the Wedding the little man took the chickenpox!  Needless to say Photoshop is a wonderful invention!


When we arrived at the Silver Tassie Hotel in Letterkenny we were met with an Amazing Cart full of Glasses, all handmade by Tracey’s Sister-in-Law Brenda from BCrafty.  This is one seriously talented lady.  Brenda made an individual glass for each lady at the Wedding and Sean made sure the men wouldn’t miss out so they received a Scratch card!  What Fab Favours!


To end this wonderful day in memory of Tracey’s Mummy a game of Bingo was held in her honour.  I’ve never seen a room full of guests as quiet in a long time waiting to hear their numbers being called and bang then we heard “BINGO”, the room erupted with a cheer!!

We wish you both every Happiness in your future lives together and thanks again for having us!