Below we have provided a very loose time-table for the wedding day to give you an idea of times and what to expect. If you have any problems or questions let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you.
12 NOON – Wedding Ceremony
The wedding ceremony will begin at 12 noon. The ceremony will take place at St. Brigid's Chapel. This Chapel is very special to us as we were both christened in this Chapel as was our daughter Lucy. The ceremony mass will be said by Fr. Tony Corr. More on St. Brigid's Chapel here.
3:30PM – Drinks Reception
After the I Do's have been said and all the photographs have been taken it is on to The Tullyglass House Hotel for a Prosecco, reception at approx. 3:30pm. Please note that it will take roughly an 1 hour and 10 minutes to get from the chapel to the venue so please bear that in mind when deciding on what time to start your journey.
5-6PM – Dinner Call
Dinner call will be made shortly after 5pm, however if the bride & groom are running late then dinner can be pushed back to around 6pm. Everyone will be treated to a lovely five course meal chosen by the bride & groom, and hand crafted by head chef, John Ferguson - we hope you enjoy it as much as we intend to. If you have any special dietary requirements, please let us know when you RSVP.
9PM-LATE – Party Time
After all the speeches have been made, all the food has been eaten and all the wine has been drank, the party will begin. We will be dancing into the early hours with music provided by Platinum, followed by a DJ. Once the music stops we have the luxury of the residents bar which we have been told welcomes everyone that has been invited to the wedding, therefore if you aren't staying at the hotel you are welcome to stay on for a few late beverages.
Finally we would just like to say we can't wait to share the most important day of our lives with you all and we hope you have a fantastic day - see you all on April 30th.
Meet the bridal party.....
Gemma & Mark
Gemma McKenzie O'Rourke
Nicola Blackadder Lavery
Damien O' Rourke