Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 5 May 2015

Just Married: Couple tie the knot 10 years after first meeting

Scott and Catherine Gibb who were married at St Marks Church of Ireland in Tandragee and held their wedding reception at Cabra Castle in Co Cavan
Scott and Catherine Gibb who were married at St Marks Church of Ireland in Tandragee and held their wedding reception at Cabra Castle in Co Cavan

Childhood sweethearts Scott and Catherine Gibb are enjoying married life in Falkirk following their July wedding.

Scott (25) from Richill and Catherine (25) from Scarvagh - both train station services staff in Glasgow - fell in love 10 years ago after meeting through friends.

They became engaged in December 2012.

"Scott had left a pile of little gifts round the house and the last one was the ring," Catherine said.

The couple were married on July 7 at St Mark's Church of Ireland in Tandragee.

"It was brilliant," Catherine said.

"We weren't too nervous. It was really good. We loved every second."

A reception followed at Cabra Castle in Co Cavan.

Scott and Catherine's first dance as husband and wife was to John Legend song, All of Me.

"We had a really good time," Catherine said.

"Everyone was up on the dancefloor all night.

"Scott's brother is a musical theatre singer and he performed Mustang Sally."

For their honeymoon, Mr and Mrs Gibb headed to Marbella for a friend's wedding after their own and will also be going to Las Vegas at the end of the year.

Married life is going well.

"It's great," Catherine said.

"It's been hard to get back to work after being off for nearly a month.

"It has been all go. It's been great."

The newly-weds would like to thank their loved ones for making their big day so special.

"Thanks to all our friends and family," Catherine said.

"Quite a lot of people came over from Scotland. It was nice of them to support us.

"Our mums and dads put so much work and effort in too."

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