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Just Married: A romantic proposal in Times Square on New Year's Eve

Ryan and Margaret Rose Crozier from Draperstown are building a home together following the wedding of their dreams.

Psychiatrist Margaret Rose, known as Maggie, and Ryan, a construction engineer, met in 2006 through mutual friends during a night out in Cookstown.

The began to date, quickly fell in love and then became engaged in the US during a trip to New York a few years ago.

"We were in New York for New Year's Eve 2011," Maggie said.

"We were in Times Square and had tickets to the party night. Ryan proposed at midnight."

The happy couple were married on May 30 at St Eugene's Church in Moneyneany in Co Londonderry.

"It was a very relaxed morning," Maggie said.

"I was enjoying everything until I got to the back of the church and then I was nervous and quite emotional.

"But the rest went very smoothly.

"We had an amazing time.

"No hiccups."

A fun-filled reception for the Croziers' friends and family followed after at the Grianan Hotel in Burt, Co Donegal.

The newlyweds took to the dancefloor for the first time as husband and wife to Snow Patrol's hit song Chasing Cars.

"We had an amazing time," Maggie said.

"Everything went without a hiccup.

"There was lots of dancing.

"We he had lots of fun.

"Everybody enjoyed it.

"It was such good craic."

After all the preparations for the big day a relaxing honeymoon followed in San Diego, Las Vegas and New York.

"We has a really relaxed and chilled out time," Maggie said.

"In Las Vegas we did a helicopter ride over the Grand Canyon and had a picnic in it."

Married life suits the Croziers.

"It is going really well," Maggie said.

Life is busy for couple who are looking forward to 2015 when they will be settling into the new home they are building at the moment.

"We are both very busy with work," Maggie added.

"We are building a house at the minute.

"We have gone from planning a wedding to building a house.

"We are hoping to move into next year."

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