The Coronas star Graham Knox weds long-term love Aoife McCormick in star-studded ceremony
Coronas bassist Graham Knox tied the knot with his long-term love Aoife McCormick in a star-studded ceremony over the weekend.
The couple exchanged vows on Saturday at Bellinter House, Co. Meath, surrounded by family and friends.
The blushing bride wore an embellished floor length gown, while Graham wore a maroon suit and white shirt.
The Coronas frontman Danny O'Reilly serenaded the newly weds with a performance at the reception, and took to Instagram to congratulate them on their nuptuals.
"Absolutely cracking weekend with some of the best people I know. Love you all," he wrote.
Award-winning wedding film-maker 'Story of Eve' was on hand to capture a few special moments during the picture-perfect day, and took to social media to share a video of the evening's events.
The Irish-based videographer wrote: "When you’re in a band and get to play at your own wedding, you can probably guess how crazy the dance floor is going to be. What an incredible finish to 2016 @AoifeMcCormick and @knoxythecoronas wedding was."
Dublin singer Roisin O also attended the ceremony, and shared a video of the wedding party singing to Africa by Toto in what was undoubtedly a fun-filled night.
Graham, often called 'Knoxy' asked Aoife to marry him over the Bank Holiday Weekend in August last year, and announced the news by sharing a photograph of the pair posing above London’s Thames after he popped the question.