The pair had a Catholic ceremony in St Patrick's Church in Slane, Co Meath, before holding their reception at the Millhouse, conveniently located just down the road. Mary and Donal had sought a venue that would be exclusive to them on the day and when they viewed the Millhouse, the staff and the beautiful setting sold it to them.
Donal and Mary named their tables after songs that meant something to them, and together they made the centrepieces and sweets jars for the tables. The pair also had ducks as cake toppers because of a running joke in Mary's family that Donal loves ducks.
The bridesmaids wore peach-coloured tea-length dresses from ChiChi London, while the bride found her gown at Frilly Frocks in Drogheda. Mary's unique headpiece was handmade by a friend's sister, Muire O'Hara.
Newlyweds Donal and Mary honeymooned in Salzburg and Munich for just over a week to relax and unwind after their special day.
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