A COUPLE who met through friends, Colin Fergus Shaw and Nuala McCann, were married at St Mary’s Church, Omagh, County Tyrone, Ireland.
The bridegroom, an engineer, is the son of Mr and Mrs M. Shaw, of Gunville Road, Newport. The bride, who works in human resources, is the daughter of Mr and Mrs James McCann, of Omagh, County Tyrone.
The bride wore a one-shouldered sheath dress in ivory chiffon with a court train and a band of flowers in her hair. She carried a bouquet of cream roses and greenery.
She was attended by Donna Martin (bride’s sister) and Fiona Braganca (bride’s sister) who wore bespoke one-shouldered navy chiffon dresses, and flower girl Aimee Shaw (bridegroom’s niece), who wore a white chiffon dress.
Ronan Braganca (bride’s nephew) was pageboy and wore a navy suit.
Ian Shaw (bridegroom’s brother) was best man, with Paul Downes, Alan Shaw (bridegroom’s brother), Stephen McCann and Paul McCann (bride’s brothers) acting as ushers.
Father Joseph Gormley officiated.
A reception was held on the remote island of Lusty Beg in Lough Erne — accessible only by a chain ferry with two-car capacity — where the couple also honeymooned.
The couple will live in Belfast.
Photography by L. A. O’Neill, of Cork.