Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 3 September 2014

Just Married: Jenny Rooks and John Busby

From Belfast to Bali for newlyweds

Jenny Rooks and John Busby married on April 12 at Ten Square in Belfast city centre. Photo by Ursula McCollam
Jenny Rooks and John Busby married on April 12 at Ten Square in Belfast city centre. Photo by Ursula McCollam
Barry and  Pamela Hughes on their big day
Barry and Pamela Hughes on their big day
John Hoy and Karen Sheals had a winter wedding.

Childhood sweethearts Jenny and John Busby are on honeymoon following their perfect wedding day in the heart of Belfast.

Jenny (27), a paediatric speech and language therapist from Glengormley, and John (27), a health economist, originally from Ballyclare, met at Ballyclare High School and began dating during their upper sixth year.

The Bristol-based couple fell in love as teenagers and then became engaged in May of 2012.

"John proposed in the house after I came home from work one day," Jenny said.

"There were rose petals everywhere and he had a ring and Champagne."

The couple were married on April 12 at Ten Square in Belfast city centre.

Their first dance as a married couple was to Ellie Goulding's version of The Waterboys' How Long Will I Love You?

"We had a perfect day," she said.

"We wouldn't change anything. It was very relaxed. It was a real day for family and friends.

"We want to thank our parents and all our family and friends."

Following the big build-up to their big day, it is now time for the new Mr and Mrs Busby to relax and enjoy their honeymoon. A dream trip overseas for the happy newlyweds starts in London, then Singapore and on to Bali.

Married life is going well for the young couple.

"So far, so good," Jenny said.

"John is nice and organised and I'm nice and flaky. We are very happy."

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