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Red and Black wedding gameshow is back

Friday, 31st January, 2014 2:14pm
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Red and Black wedding gameshow is back

The 2013 Red or Black Winners Maura Carey and Keith O’Callaghan on their wedding day with Ronan Byrne, (general manager, Bloomfield House Hotel), Helena Flynn (Flynn Photo Services), Olly Gallagher (videography), and Sharon Kirby, (conference and banqueting manager, Bloomfield House Hotel).

Red and Black wedding gameshow is back

The 2013 Red or Black Winners Maura Carey and Keith O’Callaghan on their wedding day with Ronan Byrne, (general manager, Bloomfield House Hotel), Helena Flynn (Flynn Photo Services), Olly Gallagher (videography), and Sharon Kirby, (conference and banqueting manager, Bloomfield House Hotel).

Bloomfield House Hotel has joined forces with some of the leading wedding suppliers in the midlands to give away a wedding worth €15,000.

It’s for the Red or Black Wedding Giveaway Gameshow (based on the TV show of the same name), which returns to Bloomfield House Hotel for a third year on Sunday February 16.

The prize includes Bloomfield’s Supreme Wedding Package, a band, DJ, sweets, florist, video, photographer a wedding car, wedding cake, stationary, hair and make-up, Irish dancers and more.

Oliver Gaffey, sales and marketing manager at Bloomfield House, said:

“All entries will be given the opportunity to play for the wedding of their dreams, and everyone who plays the game has an equal chance of winning.

“The prizes are fantastic – Bloomfield Spa and Laser Clinic are delighted to be supplying the winners with full bridal make-up and all the wedding suppliers are excited to be part of such a life-changing event.”

The latter include Janice Baker from jimples.com, who supplies wedding stationery, and said: “I am delighted to have the opportunity to be part of this; all our wedding stationary is hand-made, unique, and personal to the bride and groom. I look forward to working alongside the couple to personally design their stationary.”

House of Flowers is looking after the floral arrangements; the bridal make-up is by Bloomfield Spa; and the bridal hair is by Indulgence Beauty and Hair Design. The winning couple will be chauffeured in a vintage Rolls Royce from Rover Coaches, and their guests will enjoy a sparkling wine reception as well as treats from McGrath’s Sweet Shop.

“We look forward to showing our wedding range to all the brides and grooms, and to be and working alongside the winning couple catering for their every need,” said Bernie Rock from McGrath’s.

The happy memories on the day will be captured by Olly Gallagher, videographer, and Flynn Photo Services: “Let me photograph your wedding and record your memories for ever,” said Helena Flynn; while the wedding cake will be provided by Cakes by Una.

Entertainment includes reception music by Claire Malone, Irish dancing professionals, Celtic Dance Fusion, and Band Vision followed by DJ Sarge.

“We are delighted to take part after the success of the last two years’ giveaways. We will have great offers for all potential bride and grooms on the day as well as supplying the evening music for the lucky winners,” said Dan McLoughlin from Vision.

Killucan couple Maura Carey and Keith O’Callaghan won last year’s Red or Black Wedding Giveaway.

“We were absolutely over the moon,” said Maura, “words could not describe how we felt about wining such a fantastic prize as this.”

With over 34 years’ experience in hosting wedding receptions, the four-star Bloomfield House Hotel is renowned for excellent service, terrific atmosphere and a strong emphasis on customer care. The wedding packages, dedicated wedding team, one wedding a day and lakeside facilities ensures couples are relaxed in the knowledge of finding their perfect wedding venue.

• If you would like a chance to win the wedding package, contact Bloomfield House Hotel on 044 9340894 or email weddings@bloomfieldhouse.com for details on how to enter.

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