Deirdre & Gavin who were married in March 2022 in Kilmainhamwood and Cabra Castle

On a beautiful Spring Day the birds were singing, the sun was shining, and the scene was set for the wedding day of a bride from Co Monaghan and a groom from Co Cavan. For Bride Deirdre McMahon and Groom Gavin Crowe there couldn’t be anywhere better than a Cabra Castle Wedding right on the borders of Co Cavan, Co Monaghan and Co Meath. This venue is an absolutely top choice for a wedding reception in Ireland.

The Gate Lodge in the grounds of Cabra Castle Wedding Reception Venue

Bride Deirdre got ready at the Gate Lodge in the grounds of the castle and was well looked after by her Maid of Honour and sister Una Sheridan and her Bridesmaid Sharon Sheridan. MUA was Sinead McMahon and Hair was by Donna Brennan Hughes.

Bride Deirdre gets ready on her wedding morning at the Gate Lodge in Cabra Castle

The beautiful wedding dress was by Suzanne Neville and from Sharon Hoey Bridal Boutique in Dublin and the jewellery was sourced from MoMuse. Flowers were by Flowers by Ann in Carrickmacross.

Groom Gavin and groomsmen Trevor and Joesph welcome the guests to Kilmainhamwood

Groom Gavin Crowe and groomsmen his brothers Trevor and Joseph were suited by E&M Stores in Cootehill and they were on hand at the church door to welcome the guests to Kilmainhamwood Church which is only a few minute’s drive from Cabra Castle.

Deirdre arrives to the church and ready to enjoy their personalised wedding Mass by cousin Fr Ben Hughes

Photographer for the Day was the very talented Sean Gallagher Photography who is always excellent to work with. And once Bride Deirdre was ready it was over to the Church in the Rolls Royce of Classic and Executive Cars. The bride’s cousin Fr Ben Hughes was all set to celebrate the Nuptial Mass and he brought much fun and provided many personal touches on the wedding day .

Deirdre walks the aisle with her dad to meet the awaiting groom Gavin

Music for the ceremony were the brilliant Dublin String Quartet and Gavin’s sister-in-law Aisling Crowe also performed some brilliant solo songs during the Mass. After the Ceremony the brides uncle Thomas Cassidy had a selection of white doves for the couple to release at the Church Door.

Arriving back to Cabra as Mr & Mrs for the wedding reception

Then it was time to head back for the drinks reception on the Cabra Castle Wedding covered veranda which is a great spot for the guest to mingle before the entrance into the grand ballroom. The lively music on the veranda was performed by Brendan McCahey.

Party time at this Cabra Castle Wedding

After the meal it was over to the Best Men band who got the party started and the big crowd partied the night away.

Many thanks for asking me to video your beautiful wedding and many years of happiness to you both.

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