Relax and see Ireland with Dove Chauffeur Drive
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Friday, March 14, 2014

Vacations in Ireland with own car and driver/chauffeurdriven holidays and tours

                                                           Wedding in Killarney

Today was the day of the wedding in Killarney, which Chuck and Gerry had travelled from New York to attend. I took this photo in the Killarney Park Hotel before we left for the church.

Here we have one of the bridesmaids arriving with these two lovely little flower girls.

All the bridesmaids awaiting the arrival of the bride at the church.

Chuck and Gerry, with the bridegrooms father, waiting in the porch of the church for the arrival of the bride.

The interior of the church, with these lovely stain glass windows at the rear of the altar.

Here they come. The bride has arrived ,and the congregation stands to welcome her.

She finds her man. He is all smiles as he greets his wife to be.

They are now seated as the priest begins the ceremony. You can see Chuck and Gerry in their seats on the left.

I now pronounce you man and wife.

What a really nice wedding ceremony this was. Irish weddings are really special events, and this particular one was really nice. After the church they moved on to Tralee, some 20 miles away, to the hotel where the wedding breakfast took place. Over 300 people attended what was a really great wedding celebration in the hotel.

Gerry and Chuck enjoying the celebrations during the meal.

The bride and groom cut the cake.

When we finally left the hotel, the partying was only beginning.. Irish weddings are celebrations that can go on for days, and i am sure that this particular one will do just that. I am sure that this day did not end until the early hours of the morning, and they will continue today for many of those involved. The bride and groom  however, will be off on their honeymoon this morning. They keep that a secret.