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Social pics: Bumble hosts its first Chez Moi Valentine’s dinner in Dublin


by IMAGE
14th Feb 2020

pictured at the first Irish Chez Moi, Valentine’s dinner hosted by Bumble, the women-first social networking platform. Chez Moi took place in Crow Street Restaurant on Wednesday, 12th February, where guests enjoyed an exclusive Bumble Valentine’s dinner and had the opportunity to meet offline. Download Bumble at https://bumble.com/#download-app or visit www.bumble.com Photo: Anthony Woods.

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Bumble users were out in force for the first Chez Moi Valentine’s dinner which took place in Dublin on Wednesday night. Users of the app were invited to an exclusive dinner in Crow Street restaurant, where they had the chance to meet like-minded people over some bubbles and delicious food.

Bumble was also delighted to welcome some of the city’s most prominent singles including model January Russell, influencers Holly Carpenter and Lawson Mpame, stylist Emily O’Donnell, and FM104’s Rob Kenny. 2FM’s Tara Stewart provided the soundtrack for the night, ahead of her trip to London Fashion Week this weekend.

On arrival, guests were welcomed to the exclusive upstairs bar for a signature yellow Bumble cocktail, The Bee’s Knees. A beautiful yellow-themed flower backdrop was the perfect setting for guests to take selfies, and they also had fun with Bumble’s ‘Make The First Move’ Fortune Teller game.

Once guests got the chance to mingle upstairs, they were seated in the restaurant, where each place setting had a personalised star sign card that they could use to check compatibility with those sitting beside them.

As Bumble found out in a recent survey on dating in Ireland, 65% use dating apps to meet people they otherwise would not have met.

Visit www.bumble.com for more information or follow Bumble on FacebookInstagram and Twitter

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