The path to love
Making memories at a city wedding and a silent disco
Published 09/08/2015 | 02:30
It was a sunny Sunday afternoon on Howth head in June 2014, when Anthony O'Connor got down on one knee and proposed to sweetheart Dearbhail Cafferty. The pair, who first met on a night out with their respective friends in Dublin, immediately celebrated their engagement by going for some ice-cream.
Just under a year later, the couple walked down the aisle at Trinity College Chapel in Dublin, where Dearbhail had studied dentistry. The bride wore a gown by Kerry-based designer Delphine Grandjouan - the only designer she had considered for her Big Day.
After the ceremony the wedding party moved to the nearby Merrion Hotel. There, they enjoyed a sumptuous four-course meal followed by wedding cake which was lovingly made and decorated by Dearbhail's mum.
As the GAA fans from Cork and Mayo put aside their county rivalries to dance to the Velvet Lounge Band, caricaturist Niall O'Loughlin was on hand to create some humorous memories for the guests. Later, a silent disco with two different music channels entertained young and old alike.
With the celebrations over, the newlyweds began their new life together with a trip to Paris, Mexico's Riviera Maya and New Orleans.
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