Weddings to a Tea at Inchydoney

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Posted on: 17th January, 2017

Category: Food & Wine

Contributor: West Cork People

Evolving from the hugely successful Fashion to a Tea events, Weddings to a Tea will inspire and advise the bride-to-be in the tranquil surrounds of one of Ireland’s favourite wedding venues. Weddings to a Tea at Inchydoney on January 28, is the perfect platform to provide the bride-to-be with beautiful, stylish, and helpful wedding inspiration and advice from a host of trusted wedding experts. Weddings to a Tea is an opportunity to spend an afternoon with your bridesmaids, mom, sister or friends as you realise your dream wedding!

Organised by actress and newlywed Aoibhín Garrihy and fashion blogger Sharon Connellan, Weddings to a Tea plays host to some of the biggest names in the wedding industry with presenter and wedding planner Maria Walsh as master of ceremonies. Newlywed and celebrity make-up artist Tara O’Farrell will be there to demonstrate the perfect bridal make up look while Leanne Moore will motivate a healthier, happier you. Stylist Holly White and Milliner Jennifer Wrynne will discuss the do’s and don’ts when it comes to bridal fashion and hat etiquette while Jennifer Rock aka The Skin Nerd will have you positively glowing for your big day.

And that’s not all – hear from the wedding beauty panel as they talk skin, hair, tan and more. Enjoy the ‘Wedding Service Supplier’ Q & A session and meet with them face to face. Most importantly, enjoy a sumptuous afternoon tea served with a glass of bubbles, as you celebrate your engagement! This is the perfect way to plan your wedding while you enjoy a day out with your bride tribe!

Tickets are selling out fast so grab yours now at www.eventbrite.ie/d/ireland/weddings-to-a-tea.

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