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Just Married: Guests dance night away after couple's perfect day

Published 15/04/2015

Bronagh and David Cobain on their wedding day at St Michael’s Church, Enniskillen
Bronagh and David Cobain on their wedding day at St Michael’s Church, Enniskillen

Bronagh and David Cobain from Belfast are enjoying married life following their perfect wedding day.

PR account manager Bronagh met David, an investment banker, five years ago on a night out in Belfast.

The 31-year-olds got engaged in February 2013 in France.

"David took me away to Paris for the weekend," Bronagh said.

"He got down on one knee and asked me to marry him."

The couple tied the knot in St Michael's Church in Enniskillen, where Bronagh was brought up.

"The service was lovely," he said.

"We had 150 of our friends and family there."

A reception followed at the Slieve Russell Hotel in Co Cavan.

The newlyweds' first dance as husband and wife was to Ed Sheeran song Thinking Out Loud.

"It was a perfect day," Bronagh said.

"It was amazing. We had really good fun the whole day.

"The dance floor was full all night. Everyone had their shoes off.

"Everyone tells you the day is going to fly in and it did."

Bronagh and David have beautiful wedding pictures to look back on, including a photo album of guests that "got progressively funnier as the day went on".

"We had our pictures taken at Maguire Castle in Enniskillen and in the gardens at the Slieve Russell Hotel," Bronagh said.

"It rained the entire week up until that day and it was forecast for rain but it only drizzled slightly and we got lovely photographs outside."

The day was made extra special by having all their loved ones around them.

"We had so many friends over from England and family travelled from Australia for the wedding so it was great to have them there," Bronagh said.

The new Mr and Mrs Cobain honeymooned in Mexico.

"It is absolutely beautiful," Bronagh said.

"It was very warm and relaxing."

Married life is going well.

"It's great," Bronagh said. "All good. We are very much enjoying it."

Belfast Telegraph

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