A slideshow of photos from Siobhan and Jason’s wedding in the Silver Tassie hotel, Letterkenny, Co Donegal. The Silver Tassie wedding venue is set in a rural location on the Wild Atlantic Way close to the heritage town of Ramelton and Letterkenny.
Silver Tassie Wedding in Donegal, Ireland: Siobhan and Jason’s Love Story
When it comes to picturesque landscapes and timeless romance, Donegal, never fails to deliver. And it was in this enchanting corner of Ireland that Siobhan and Jason embarked on their journey as a married couple. Creating memories that would last a lifetime.
The Morning Preparations
The morning of the wedding was a flurry of activity, filled with laughter and nervous excitement. Siobhan got ready in the comfort of her parents’ home just outside Lifford. Surrounded by her bridesmaids and her family. Her hair and makeup were expertly done by Shannon Dolan.
Meanwhile, Jason and his groomsmen were getting ready in his family home. Donning elegant tuxedos, they ensured every detail was perfect for the day ahead.
A Unique Arrival
Jason made his way to the church in a Fendt tractor.
The Marriage Ceremony in Murlog
The wedding ceremony took place in the quaint village of Murlog. The ceremony was a beautiful blend of tradition and personal touches where they said their vows and exchanged rings.
A Wedding Reception
Following the ceremony, the newlyweds and their guests made their way to the Silver Tassie Hotel in Letterkenny for the reception. The venue was adorned with elegant decor, setting the stage for an unforgettable evening.
Keltic Kaos: A Night to Remember
No wedding is complete without a lively celebration, and Siobhan and Jason’s wedding was no exception. To keep the guests entertained and dancing the night away, the brilliant band Keltic Kaos took to the stage. Their infectious energy and captivating music had everyone on their feet.
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