These newlyweds had an ideal day by having an intimate ceremony within an Irish castle. Amanda and Andrew met through mutual friends at Amanda's sister's house. "Our first date was inside my daughter's 7th birthday," says Amanda. "I invited Andrew over and done with his daughter and that he brought me flowers."


"We had taken our children to the cinema and for something to consume in Mahon Point in Cork," says Amanda. "On how back we stopped in a pub for many foods. While we were relaxing in the beer garden using the kids Andrew got recorded on bended knees and proposed. We had been together for 2 years at that time and it had been lovely. The kids were also delighted for all of us!"


"I bought my simple wedding dresses in FeelTimes online store," says Amanda. "My sister chose it and said hello was nice. Of course, I tried on the few others but wound up picking the main one my sister liked. I was delighted by using it. I also purchased a belt, straps along with a veil too." Go


The couple married on 11th September 2020 in Dungarvan Castle, Co Waterford. "Due to the pandemic, it had been just us with four guests," says Amanda. "We were built with a beautiful civil ceremony in Dungarvan Castle and also the sun was shining as my father walked me in."

"We'd originally booked Las Vegas for March 2020 after which Covid hit, however, I wouldn't change it out for the world. We have beautiful photos in Dungarvan Castle as well as on the Lyrath Estate in Kilkenny, where we went for our honeymoon. Our photographer is lovely, she was brilliant."

"Our wedding cake was stunning coupled with flowers that matched those in my bouquet," says Amanda. "After the ceremony, we were built with a delicious dinner in Lyrath with my parents. Andrew's parents also took the children for a week for all of us. So, it had been stress-free and I enjoyed every moment."


"Enjoy your day because it just goes so quick," says Amanda.

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