A bride and groom with “four left feet” between them decided to do something a little different for their first dance over the weekend.
Roísín Kiernan, from Madden, and her new husband Dermot Mulholland, got married at St Joseph’s Church on Saturday, September 2.
Following a beautiful wedding ceremony the couple, and their guests, made their way to the Tullylagan House in Cookstown for their reception dinner.
After the introduction of the bride, groom, and the rest of the wedding party, it’s tradition that the newly-weds share the first dance.
But when the pair have four left feet between them – a confession by Roísín herself – then a little creative license is required.
Instead of dancing to the song, they got their guests to dance to a song performed by themselves.
And their voices were no doubt much better than their dancing ability.
Guests were left stunned as Roísín and Dermot performed a pitch-perfect rendition of ‘Goitse’s – My Belfast Love’.
Congratulations to the happy couple and thanks to Paul Hughes Video for sending our way.
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