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Stranorlar & Silver Tassie Letterkenny // A&J

A big congratulations to Aileen Duffy and Jonathan McGlinchey who were married on Saturday 14th October 2017 and celebrated in the Silver Tassie Letterkenny.

The wedding mass was celebrated by Fr Kieran McAteer in St Mary’s Church, Stranorlar. This a beautiful church right on the River Finn. Jonathan and Aileen had it all looking amazing for the nuptial Mass and the spacious Church was perfect for their wedding guests. There’s is also lots of parking all around which is important for weddings with plenty of guests!

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Aileen got ready at the family home outside Ballybofey

Music for the wedding mass was by Hugh P & Maria and this complemented Fr Kieran’s lovely ceremony.

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Jonathan and the lads getting ready

Groom Jonathan got ready nearby with the groomsmen and myself and the photographer got a chance to pop over to check in on their preparations.

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Walking up the aisle with a proud Mum!

Photographer was Gerard McHugh from Ballybofey. Always great to work with Gerard and with us both being Man Utd Fans we always have plenty to chat about! After the ceremony everyone got into the wedding cars and we travelled to Ramelton for the photoshoot. This involved portraits with the Bride and Groom but also lots of the important little combinations of the bride and bridesmaids and groom and groomsmen etc.

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Speeches underway in The Silver Tassie Letterkenny

The wedding reception was held in the always fantastic Silver Tassie Letterkenny Hotel and the lively Cufflinks Wedding band were on hand after the meal to entertain the crowd who certainly enjoyed the dancing! Many great wishes to the happy couple and a long and happy future together.

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Dancing the night away as husband and wife

You can view more wedding films from Donegal here.