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Getting Hitched? This Is The Wedding Fair You Need To Attend


by IMAGE
01st Feb 2017
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When it comes to planning a wedding, there’s a billion and one things to stress over: the venue, dress, food guests (and the rest) – even thinking about it is headache-inducing. ?Yes, this is the happiest time of your life, but it doesn’t make it any less sof a worry – you still want the day to go off without a hitch (well, almost), so to speak.?And whether you’re at the start of your bridal journey or flummoxed somewhere in the middle, a great course of action is to attend a wedding fair. And not just any wedding fair, The gibson Hotel’s renowned event, taking place on February 23rd from 6 pm to 9 pm.?Admission is free, and upon entry, you’ll step into another world – if you want the day of your dreams, mark this in your diaries.

This won’t be any ordinary wedding fair because the gibson isn’t an average hotel, and when it comes to city weddings, they do things a little bit differently – in the best way possible. They offer?unique, creative, exciting bespoke packages for any couple and attending the Fair is your chance to get a glimpse of all this and much more.

Upon arrival, you’ll get to take a?tour of the hotel and discover all the hidden nooks and crannies that make it perfect for weddings, you can stop by their?jaw-dropping Stratocaster suite (we’ve seen it – it’s incredible) and to top it all off, you’ll have a personal consultation with their expert, in-house wedding organisers?- there isn’t a bridal problem they can’t solve because it’s your day and that is the only thing they are concerned about.

To get a glimpse of the urban wedding venue of your dreams, look no further?than the g hotel, and attend their Wedding Fair on Thursday, February 23rd from 6 pm to kick-start your journey.

Your wedding day is all about a thousand small things, and the gibson hotel is there to take care of each and every one of them for you.

Visit gibsonhotel.ie for more details?

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