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'I just got sick of watching the news' - Relief of All-Ireland final after postponing a wedding twice
Camogie was a welcome distraction for Sarah Dervan this year after pushing her nuptials back due to Covid-19.
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A woman chanced her arm by inviting Michael D to her wedding - and actually got a response
The dream.
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A bride needed a campervan for her wedding day, so TXFM helped out in the best way
TXFM: here for all your musical and campervan needs.
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This couple's invite to their 'destination wedding' has the best RSVP card ever
Well done, guys.
Voices
'He popped the question and I couldn't be happier, but where do I even begin?'
We vowed to take it easy and not rush but the minute I could I was scouring websites for ideas. My Facebook feed is already filled with wedding supplier ads and we find our weekends are spent venue hunting, writes newly engaged Pamela Tully.
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How Britney and The Hangover dragged down Vegas' wedding business
Weddings are down massively in the last ten years and ill-fated celeb weddings and Vegas’ image as a party city aren’t helping.
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Everyone is sharing this special engagement notice from today’s Irish Times
Let the gay weddings begin…
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Everyone is sharing this special engagement notice from today's Irish Times
Let the gay weddings begin!
Attention lovebirds: RTÉ wants to pay for your wedding
The Today show launched a competition to win a €20,000 wedding reception at a hotel in Meath.
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Irish couples are spending a staggering amount of money on weddings
You’d want to be made of money.
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Photos: Hundreds of kids take part in 'group wedding'
Don’t worry, it wasn’t legally binding – a playschool in China did it to encourage the kids to be more responsible and confident.