Aisling McCullagh and Steven Woodhead “I found love in Ireland..it all started from I was 12 years old when I would spend the weekends visiting my cousins house, where I met a young lad called Steven who lived beside them, me and Steven were both 12, he became my playground boyfriend..”
Beth & Oliver Crotty “I’m from Milwaukee, Wisconsin and he’s from Lismore, Ireland. We hit it off immediately. I fell in love with his Irish accent and the way he could make me laugh.”
Brittany and Tom Lanvin ‘My husband and I are both Irish. We met working on a large fairy ship. We both worked the snack bar. He would sing Irish tunes while he worked the grill. I think his silly yet beautiful Voice was one of the first things that caught my attention!’
Carlos and Kari Lucio On October 19, 2013 on the five year anniversary of when they met in Ireland, Kari and Carlos tied the knot and married on the sunny coast of California in Santa Cruz.
Mike and Jen Duffy ‘One day my Aunt took me to the community pool and said to me "Mike, you never know...your future wife could be here right now!" Me being a typical 14 year old just shook it off and said "I am never getting married." So I stood for a second and looked around the yard. I spied a beautiful blonde gal lying on a blanket with her nose in a book. I proceeded to tell my Aunt "of all the girls here that girl one the blanket is the only girl I could see myself with."
Janet and Aaron Hanley He proposed a few years later on another St. Patrick's Day in the best Irish pub in Colorado, the The Silver Dollar Saloon.
Karen and Bob Malley “We had our first date on March 15, 1990, were married on September 26, 1992, and went to Ireland on our honeymoon. We've been married 21 years, have 3 beautiful children, and are more in love every year. And still to this day, March Madness is our magical time of year!”
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