Michelle
Just Said Yes March 2020

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Michelle, on September 25, 2019 at 10:21 PM Posted in Honeymoon 0 11
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We just put a deposit on our honeymoon! Yay!
I can’t wait!
We get married 3.14.20 and leave for Ireland the next night! We’ll be in Dublin for St. Patrick’s Day and then off to explore the island 💞

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  • B
    Super March 2020
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    Yay!! We almost did Ireland. You're going to have a blast! We get married 3/12/2020 and leave the next day also!
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  • Melle
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    Yay that sounds so awesome
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  • Andrea
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    That sounds fantastic! Congrats and enjoy!
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  • Jasmin
    Dedicated December 2019
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    That sounds so amazing!!!
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  • Jocelyn
    Savvy December 2019
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    We're doing Ireland for our honeymoon too!
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  • MrsD
    Legend July 2019
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    How cool! We are going on a vacation to Ireland in June 2020, but my birthday is St. Patrick's Day! Smiley smile Surprisingly enough, I've been told they don't really celebrate the holiday in Ireland hahaha

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  • Jasmine
    Rockstar August 2020
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    That's exciting. One more thing crossed off your list. Congrats!! Ireland is gorgeous and I'd love to go there some day. Safe travels and have fun!

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  • Zoe O.
    Devoted November 2019
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    We are also honeymooning in Ireland, as both our great grandparents came from there. All I can say is godspeed on St. Patrick's Day! haha. Dublin can get rowdy on that day but if you're both extroverted and don't mind crowds, you should be just fine!


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  • Zoe O.
    Devoted November 2019
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    It is definitely celebrated, but in different ways. The Irish typically celebrate by going to church and having a family meal. However, Dublin - especially in Temple Bar area - really does up the partying. Ironically enough, the Dublin St. Paddy's celebration was actually designed to emulate an American St. Patrick's Day. So you're more likely to find tourists get rowdy, while the locals go about their day or stay in the quietness of their own homes. lol

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  • L. Madhak
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    Omg that sounds amazing!!!!
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  • Kayla
    Devoted November 2020
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    You'll love it there! I was fortunate enough to study abroad there, and have wanted to go back ever since! It's so beautiful.

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