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Wedding Date on Aug 26, 2018

In Jo's words: We met… in August 2013 whilst working on a railway project in Nottinghamshire in the UK. Rowley was working as a signalling installation member and I was the project manager on site. Rowley built up the courage to ask me out for a coffee one day at the end of the project, which was a success, and our first date from there was to the Froch and Groves boxing match in Manchester in November 2018. Our proposal… was in New York City. Rowley whisked me away to New York City for St Patrick’s wedding, and with me being Irish, I thought what a great way to celebrate. Little did I know that when up the Top of the Rock (Rockefeller Center), I would be given my very own Rock. Rowley got down on one knee and asked me to marry him. After the huge surprise hit me, I of course said yes. We celebrated by having a meal in a revolving floor restaurant in New York and attending a boxing fight at Maddison square garden.Our ceremony…was a traditional celtic ceremony performed by a celebrant named Dara Molloy who is a celtic priest and monk. Everyone that came to our wedding had so many beautiful things to say about Dara. He really touched people in such a wonderfully positive way. When I started to plan this wedding, I knew in my heart it was something that would be special. The most memorable part of the ceremony was the tying of the knot! Dara lives on the Aran Islands and can dress in many ways to suit your ceremony. He can dress as a monk, in a suit, or a priest, whatever your preference. My favourite part of the wedding day… was the saying I DO bit! I have heard the saying tying of the knot before, but never did I think my hands would be physically tied to my future husband when we were going through our vows! My joint-favourite part of the day was the throwing of the bouquet and the throwing of the garter. This was a really funny moment on the day and a real competitive moment amongst friends.



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Jo and Rowland

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Videographer: Amare Stories
Venue: Waterford Castle Hotel

Aug 26 2018

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In Jo's words: We met… in August 2013 whilst working on a railway project in Nottinghamshire in the UK. Rowley was working as a signalling installation member and I was the project manager on site. Rowley built up the courage to ask me out for a coffee one day at the end of the project, which was a success, and our first date from there was to the Froch and Groves boxing match in Manchester in November 2018. Our proposal… was in New York City. Rowley whisked me away to New York City for St Patrick’s wedding, and with me being Irish, I thought what a great way to celebrate. Little did I know that when up the Top of the Rock (Rockefeller Center), I would be given my very own Rock. Rowley got down on one knee and asked me to marry him. After the huge surprise hit me, I of course said yes. We celebrated by having a meal in a revolving floor restaurant in New York and attending a boxing fight at Maddison square garden.Our ceremony…was a traditional celtic ceremony performed by a celebrant named Dara Molloy who is a celtic priest and monk. Everyone that came to our wedding had so many beautiful things to say about Dara. He really touched people in such a wonderfully positive way. When I started to plan this wedding, I knew in my heart it was something that would be special. The most memorable part of the ceremony was the tying of the knot! Dara lives on the Aran Islands and can dress in many ways to suit your ceremony. He can dress as a monk, in a suit, or a priest, whatever your preference. My favourite part of the wedding day… was the saying I DO bit! I have heard the saying tying of the knot before, but never did I think my hands would be physically tied to my future husband when we were going through our vows! My joint-favourite part of the day was the throwing of the bouquet and the throwing of the garter. This was a really funny moment on the day and a real competitive moment amongst friends.


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