A big congratulations to Joanne and Anthony who celebrated their Derry Wedding on 12th January 2019 with reception in Donegal. The happy couple are part of the renowned Cullen’s Funfairs. Withe the nature of their work all the family events like weddings must happen during the early parts of the year!
Bride Joanne Cullen got ready at home in Derry with Chief Bridesmaid Leanne Cullen and Bridesmaids Caroline Doherty Laura Duffy and Flower girls Lily-Mae, Esme and Abbie-Rae. There was also a fly on the wall documentary being filmed for the BBC on the day. This was entitled ‘The Last Showmen’ and can be viewed on the BBC player. it was an interesting experience seeing how these productions are put together. As my style is so observational and discreet it didn’t affect me at all which was great.
Joanne’s beautiful bridal gown was by renowned fashion designer Suzanne Neville and flowers were by John Paul Florist, Derry. Make up was by the talented Kendra Hetherington and beautiful hairstyling was by Natalie from Roco. it would soon be time for the church but there were no nerves!
Groom Anthony Gillen got prepared nearby with the help of Joint Best Men Eamon McGlinchey & Dermy Devine and Groomsmen Christopher Gillen and Brendy Wilson.
The wedding mass was celebrated by Fr Michael Cannay. It was held in the Waterside Parish in Derry on Chapel Road. This is a lovely Church and is set up with a long central nave and aisles at each side. There is a big altar area and to the left is another seating area. There is also room for musicians here. Music was by Steven O’Carolyn and Family and afterwards it was off with Linsdale Wedding Cars to the reception at the beautiful Harvey’s Point.
Catherine Mackenzie Photography was photographer for the day and was very ably assisted by Alan Kennedy.
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