6 July 2017
By Elaine Murphy
Plan the perfect wedding day at the Fota Island Resort Wedding Forum on Thursday 13th July at 6.30pm
With makeup artists, wedding dress boutiques and travel experts all offering amazing tips for the big day, MC on the night, TV3 Ireland AM’s Ciara Doherty who is currently planning her own wedding will be on hand to guide you through all the options with ease.
An invaluable resource for those tying the knot, the next Fota Island Resort Wedding Forum presents every possible service and suggestion for your big day – all taking place in the stunning surroundings of Fota Island Resort, dressed for a glamorous and stylish wedding.
The Smith Barry Suite, The Clubhouse, luxurious bedrooms, deluxe suites and lodges will all be available to view, allowing you to picture every aspect of your wedding day.
On the night, makeup guru and TV3’s style Squad member, Ken Boylan will be sharing tips and tricks for perfect bridal makeup and preparation, Myrtle Ivory will be showcasing their stunning bridal gowns and talking through this year’s trends and must have looks.
Of course wedding planning wouldn’t be complete without a dream honeymoon and Irish Examiner travel writer, Conor Power will be sharing his favourite honeymoon locations and hidden gems for romance!
The Resort’s friendly team will be on hand to show you around and answer any questions you may have and you’ll get to sample some delicious wedding menu canapés created by Fota Island Resort Executive Chef Kenneth Murphy and Executive Sous Chef Rachid Zaouia who will also be speaking on the night.
The guest with the best Instagram post on the night will also win a beautiful Nashelle Interlinking Circle Necklace from Dublin based destination store for exclusive jewellery brands, Loulerie.
Join TV3 Ireland AM’s Ciara Doherty and the team of experts on Thursday 13th July from 6.30pm for Fota Island Resort’s Wedding Forum.
For more information on the Fota Island Resort Wedding Forum and to register interest, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 021 488 3700.