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Brides-To-Be To March In Dublin This Week In A Bid To See Wedding Capacitates Increased

200 brides-to-be in wedding dresses will march on Government Buildings this coming week in a bid ...

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07.40 26 Jul 2021


Brides-To-Be To March In Dublin This Week In A Bid To See Wedding Capacitates Increased


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07.40 26 Jul 2021


200 brides-to-be in wedding dresses will march on Government Buildings this coming week in a bid to see wedding capacities increased. Representatives from the industry will also be in attendance and present draft guidelines on how 100 guests can be achieved in August.

Tara Fay, President of the Wedding International Professionals Association spoke to Ciara this morning.

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