€3,000 DAY AFTER WEDDING PARTY AT THE PAVILION UP FOR GRABS

€3,000 DAY AFTER WEDDING PARTY AT THE PAVILION UP FOR GRABS

Planning a wedding can be expensive business, particularly during a recession. So couples will surely be pleased to hear that Ballygarry House Hotel & Spa, one of Kerry’s most popular wedding venues, is preparing to give one luckily betrothed couple a fantastic ‘Day After Wedding’  party worth €3,000.

To celebrate the launch of its upcoming Bridal Recognition Day on November 20th, the hotel will enter every couple who books a wedding consultation with them between now and November 20th, into the prize draw to win a post wedding party at the hotel’s exclusive new venue, The Pavilion.

The wedding after party will be an opportunity for the winning couple to celebrate the day after their wedding with 100 guests at the luxurious all weather Pavilion overlooking the picturesque Kerry Mountains.

The giveaway is part of Ballygarry’s Bridal Recognition Day, now in its third year, which is the hotel’s way of saying thanks to all future brides and grooms who have booked their wedding with them. The event will include live music, canapés, champagne, and will showcase the Day After Party BBQ options, as well as a fantastic array of prizes to be won, totalling over €10,000.

Commenting on the event, General Manager Padraig McGillicuddy said “Our past Bridal Recognition Days have been such great successes we had to repeat it again this year, and have made it even bigger and better this time around. It’s our own way of saying thanks to every couple who has booked their wedding day with us and will be a chance for them to win some fantastic prizes by the wedding suppliers who are joining us on the day, not to mention our own exclusive range of prizes . We look forward to greeting all our upcoming brides and grooms at the event on November 20th”.

For more information on the wedding after party giveaway and the Bridal Recognition Day visit www.ballygarryhouse.com or call Miriam on 066 7123322.

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