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Wedding Real Weddings: Jen & Seán met in fifth year in school

13:54  01 august  2020
13:54  01 august  2020 Source:   evoke.ie

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You could say Jen and Seán are childhood sweethearts, having met in fifth year when Jen moved schools. But while they forged a solid friendship from the get-go, it would take a number of years before love blossomed.

Upon graduating from school this pair signed each other’s yearbook, agreeing to meet up for a coffee some day; four and a half years later, that moment came and over a cuppa they discovered the thing they had been looking for all along had been there right under their noses the whole time!

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They were dating four and a half years when Sean proposed and although they’d talked about a future together, Jen didn’t expect her man to get down on one knee so soon.

The proposal came one gorgeous summer’s day in the beautiful seaside town of Étretat, France where the couple were enjoying a few weeks exploring the North and West coast of the country.

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‘We had parked up the camper van and had gone on a cliff walk which was really stunning,’ Jen recalls. ‘We had just taken a picture when Seán got down on one knee and asked me to marry him. I cried and said ‘yes’ immediately, it was the most beautiful place to get engaged.’

They decided just weeks later that they wanted to tie the knot the following year in 2019 and so began the search for their dream wedding venue.

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And this couple knew exactly what they were looking for – an idyllic country venue by the water where the food was as stupendous as the views.

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‘In the end, after lots of emails back and forth to many different venues, the only place we ended up viewing was Ashley Park House and we knew straight away that we didn’t need to view anymore,’ Jen tells EVOKE.

‘Ashley Park House is located on its own private lake which ticked the water box. It is an 18th century country house with a permanent marquee structure and has the most beautiful boathouse on the lake which is where we had our ceremony.’

‘We had heard from another couple who had their wedding there the previous year, that the food was absolutely delicious and that they take huge pride in the dishes they serve to their guests, so right away we were onto a winner.’

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‘To this day, friends of mine still talk about the dinner at our wedding, saying that it was the best food they had ever been served at a wedding and we would have to agree with them!’

While some brides spend months looking for a dress, for Jen, finding the gown proved an easy feat. Armed with photos of dresses she spotted online, she went down to Vows in Blarney for her first try-on.

‘I had not planned on picking my dress that same day but as time went on and the more dresses I tried on, I wanted to choose it and have another job ticked off my list,’ she says.

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‘I don’t know if there is another dress shop with more wedding dresses in the country and so, I felt that if I couldn’t find a dress in Vows, I wouldn’t find one anywhere! They just have so much choice.’

‘We had a fabulous lady called Mary helping us on the day. She asked me to pick out 4-5 dresses of different styles to try on. Each dress I tried on, she asked what I liked/disliked about it and in the end, found a dress that combined all of the things I liked about each of the other dresses. She was so helpful and an expert at her job.’

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Jen’s beaded and sequinned figure-hugging gown was not something she ever imagined she would go for but the moment she put it on, she knew it was the one.

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‘The back of my dress went up in a ‘v’ so part of my back was on show, but not too much,’ she says. ‘It really was the perfect dress for me and I wouldn’t change anything about it.’

Her wedding to Sean was ‘perfect,’ she tells us. From the night before which she spent with her parents and bridesmaids in Ashley Park to the ceremony and reception itself, Jen says she relished every single moment.

‘My Mam, Dad and bridesmaids stayed in Ashley Park with me the night before the wedding so we were able to add our few little personal touches to the reception area,’ she smiles.

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‘We hung up photos on strings of all of our wedding guests. We had gathered photos from our childhood with aunts/uncles/cousins/family members and photos with friends and made sure that each guest featured in at least one photo. We had a gorgeous dinner that evening  and got an early night.’

The next morning, things kicked off bright and early with Jen and her bridal party enjoying a morning of pampering ahead of the ceremony.

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‘Our ceremony took place at 3pm in the boathouse on the lake which was just so beautiful,’ she says. ‘We had spent a lot of time planning it so it was extremely personal, from the music to the readings and the candle ceremony.’

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‘It was definitely the highlight of the day, not just because of what it symbolised, but because everything about it was just so special. My aunt Anne Kennedy, who was my godfather’s wife, was our celebrant and she made it all so personal. It was very special to have a family member marry us.’

‘We had spent so long choosing each song for the ceremony. One of Seán’s best friends and groomsmen sang ‘Everything’ by Michael Bublé which was just gorgeous; my friends Annalise Hurley and Laura Henebry sang and played the music and they did the most amazing job.’

‘The room itself was so intimate and I loved being able to look around and see all of our family and friends whilst also being able to look out at the lake.’

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The ceremony was followed by drinks and canapés on the lawn while the couple slipped off to have their official wedding photos taken with Kevin.

At 6pm, it was time for dinner and speeches, not to mention the all-important first dance. After months of deliberating which song to choose, they went to Ronan Keating’s ‘When You Say Nothing At All’ and Jen admits they knew it was the one the moment they heard it playing on the radio.

The party went on well into the night and Jen says it was the most idyllic day from start to finish.

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Dishing advice to future brides, Jen recommends an A4 notebook for keeping all your wedding related memos. Lists were super helpful for her too, encouraging her to keep on top of things during what can be an all-consuming process.

Above all, she encouraged coupes to enjoy the process as much as possible, after all, this is meant to the one of the most exciting times in your life!

‘You should be able to enjoy it and look back on it as a fun time. Try not to let little things bother you. When the day finally arrives, take a few moments to consciously observe and take in what’s going on around you because it will all be over in the blink of an eye.’

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‘We were given this advice by someone before our own day and it was invaluable. You spend a full year or more planning for this one day and then in less than 24 hours, it’s all over so you only have a very short time to actually enjoy all of the time, thought and effort you put into planning this perfect day!’

‘Even more importantly, remember that this day is all about you and your husband to be. Take time – even just for five minutes – to just be with each other without your bridal party, family or photographer. Talk about the day so far and just enjoy this time alone before the party starts and you’re each whisked away by friends and family!’

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Jen & Seán’s Wedding Details:
Venue: Ashley Park House is the most special and perfect wedding venue. Margaret, the owner and her team made the planning process so stress free for us. They were so efficient and supportive. We searched everywhere and couldn’t find a nicer venue.
Photographer: Kevin Murphy – Kevin was just the most perfect photographer for us. He told us from the beginning that he was more into capturing natural shots as opposed to posed pictures which suited us perfectly. He also has the most fun and friendly manner and knew that he would make all of our guests laugh and feel so comfortable. We loved this about him. He created a slideshow on the night and played it just before our first dance which was so amazing. Our photo album is absolutely stunning and we could not recommend him more to any couple.
Make-up: Dawn Ryan –  Dawn is such a talented make-up artist and made us all look and feel beautiful. She was so chatty and made everyone feel so comfortable and relaxed.
Hair: Marie Hickey – Marie is an absolute pro. Like Dawn, she is so talented and made everyone laugh on the morning of the wedding. Marie and Dawn have worked together many times before so this only added to the fun atmosphere. a group of people standing on the floor: Sean & Jen’s wedding. Pic: Kevin Murphy Photography © Provided by Evoke.ie Sean & Jen’s wedding. Pic: Kevin Murphy Photography
Flowers: We had Pat from Ring O’ Roses to do our flowers which were so beautiful. She is based in Limerick and I have ordered flowers from her at least 10 times since the wedding. She is the most lovely lady, is so efficient and has an amazing eye for detail. I would highly recommend her.
Wedding Singers: Annalise Hurley and Laura Henebry. They sang so beautifully together and really complemented each other. Laura played the keyboard and Annalise played the guitar and they did a fantastic job.
Celebrant: Anne Kennedy, our celebrant. Anne has married many couples and has a great reputation. Obviously, it was made that bit more special for me as she is my aunt but she is so organised and does everything to the highest of standards.
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