A dazzling wedding and bridal showcase at Mulroy Woods – Picture Special

first_imgThere was a lot to celebrate at the Mulroy Woods Hotel Wedding Showcase this Sunday as a stunning new suite was revealed and many brides-to-be found their dream dresses.The ‘Say Yes’ event in Mulroy Woods Milford featured something special – a dress shop for future brides to browse and try-on designer gowns stocked by Ultimate Dresses Dungiven. The Mulroy Suite of the hotel was transformed into a pop-up shop for the occasion, with some women ‘Saying Yes’ to their perfect dress and marking an unforgettable moment on their wedding journey. Claire McLaughlin from Ultimate Touches Dungiven and Shona Tinneny, Sales and Marketing Manager of Mulroy Woods Hotel, at the Say Yes Wedding Showcase in Mulroy Woods HotelShe said Yes! Maria McBride celebrating finding her wedding dress with her bridesmaid Hannah (Left) and Nicola from Ultimate Touches Dungiven (Right)Over in the Glashagh suite, guests at the showcase enjoyed hearing music by Harpist Les Magee, seeing showstopping cakes by Selena’s Creations and browsing the range of decor pieces on display by Ultimate Touches.The newly refurbished Glashagh Suite oozes elegance and sophistication making it the perfect backdrop for wedding celebrations. The ballroom enjoys natural light by day and as night falls your guests can spill out onto a beautiful stone terrace to enjoy the tranquillity of the surrounding area.The Glashagh Suite at the Say Yes Wedding Showcase in Mulroy Woods HotelThe Glashagh Suite at the Say Yes Wedding Showcase in Mulroy Woods Hotelat the Say Yes Wedding Showcase in Mulroy Woods HotelCakes by Selena’s Creations at the Say Yes Wedding Showcase in Mulroy Woods HotelMichael, Meadhbha and Jordan at the Say Yes Wedding Showcase in Mulroy Woods HotelWatching harpist Les Magee at the Say Yes Wedding Showcase in Mulroy Woods HotelThe award-winning Mulroy Woods Hotel is nestled in the centre of the most picturesque wedding photography locations in Donegal just a stone’s throw from the majestic Glenveagh National Park and Castle, Fanad Lighthouse, waterfalls, woodlands and beaches to the natural beauty of Mulroy Bay.Love everything there is to love about a Mulroy Woods Wedding – with just one wedding per day, the team gives each couple their complete and individual attention throughout. There is a choice of two banqueting suites, catering for Civil Ceremonies/ Blessings and Bespoke Packages tailored for you, making your day as special as your dream.  The Mulroy suite is the ideal setting to hold your Civil Ceremony or blessing and can also accommodate a more intimate wedding in a cosy welcoming atmosphere.Manager Eoin McGee with guests Shannon and Ryan at the Say Yes Wedding Showcase in Mulroy Woods HotelMulroy Woods HotelAt Mulroy Woods Hotel, the dedicated Wedding Team will ensure your wedding day will be unforgettable and uniquely yours, making memories for you and your guests to cherish. Each couple is unique and the team will work with a couple exclusively from their very first encounter to the last toast.Emily Young and Ciaran Lavery at the Say Yes Wedding Showcase in Mulroy Woods HotelMartin Gallagher and Orla Breslin at the Say Yes Wedding Showcase in Mulroy Woods HotelAnne, Jenna, Yvonne, Eithne and Geraldine at the Say Yes Wedding Showcase in Mulroy Woods HotelWith prices starting at €45pp, there is an option for everyone. For full details, view the bespoke wedding packages or phone Mulroy Woods Hotel on +353 74 915 3313 or email [email protected] more photos from the Say Yes Wedding Showcase below:  at the Say Yes Wedding Showcase in Mulroy Woods HotelBilly from Ultimate Touches showing Adam and Louise around the decor options at the Say Yes Wedding Showcase in Mulroy Woods HotelAoife, Rebecca, Jennifer and Geraldine at the Say Yes Wedding Showcase in Mulroy Woods HotelOlivia Briggs and Ciara Toland at the Say Yes Wedding Showcase in Mulroy Woods HotelUltimate Dresses Dungiven pop-up bridal shop at the Say Yes Wedding Showcase in Mulroy Woods HotelThe Ultimate Dresses pop-up shop at the Say Yes Wedding Showcase in Mulroy Woods HotelUltimate Dresses Dungiven pop-up bridal shop at the Say Yes Wedding Showcase in Mulroy Woods HotelRose enjoying the setting at the Say Yes Wedding Showcase in Mulroy Woods HotelNicola Bradley, Ultimate Touches Dungiven, and Shona Tinneny, Sales and Marketing Manager, at the Say Yes Wedding Showcase in Mulroy Woods HotelThe Honeymoon Suite at the Say Yes Wedding Showcase in Mulroy Woods HotelMad Hatter’s Tea Party at Mulroy Woods – perfect for Hen Parties and Bridal PartiesHarpist Les Magee at the Say Yes Wedding Showcase in Mulroy Woods HotelDrinks reception ideas at the Say Yes Wedding Showcase in Mulroy Woods HotelUltimate Dresses Dungiven pop-up bridal shop at the Say Yes Wedding Showcase in Mulroy Woods HotelThe Glashagh Suite at the Say Yes Wedding Showcase in Mulroy Woods HotelA dazzling wedding and bridal showcase at Mulroy Woods – Picture Special was last modified: September 22nd, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:bridalMilfordmulroy woods weddingswedding dressesWedding venuelast_img read more

2018 I-75/I-71 Ohio Crop Tour summary

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest After an almost ideal growing area for some and not so much for others, we were not sure quite what to expect in the 2018 I-75/I-71 Ohio Crop Tour. We had heard about a wet start to the growing season followed by a long dry spell, but we weren’t sure just what the state’s corn and soybean fields would have to offer.There were certainly some examples that showed up in fields on the 2018 I-75/I-71 Ohio Crop Tour displaying evidence of some challenging conditions, but for the most part what we found was a crop that might just meet what USDA has suggested, a record crop. The 2018 Ohio Crop Tour was sponsored by AgroLiquid.In the West, the I-75 group had an average corn yield of 180.3 bushels on Day 1 and 191.8 bushels on Day 2. The Eastern leg of the Ohio Crop Tour averaged 188.07 bushels on Day 1 and 182.3 bushels on Day 2. After all calculations were made, the total tour average was 186.7. Each year, we have an in-depth discussion over dinner with scouts from both legs about what they saw in the field and out of the truck window. We realize that what we sampled over the week was what the full potential of corn is at this time. We took into account that their will be a bit of a drop off from that 100% potential with much of the crop having a little ways to go to get to the finish line. Because of that factor, the group collectively decided that our final yield number will be 177.3 bushels per acre. Scouts felt that this is a good number for the fields we sampled, and very close to what USDA says is out there as harvest nears. The formula used in estimating corn yields is accurate plus or minus 30 bushels for the areas of the fields sampled and the Crop Tour is designed to simply provide a snapshot of yields around the state.This year, we found solid, consistent soybean fields across the board. They were healthy and there was little disease and insect pressures and the insects had been there but had moved on.The corn was very uniform in most of the state, with the exception of pockets that got planted significantly later or that just did not receive the moisture it needed for the highest potential possible.Here are links for more details about the 2018 I-75/I-71 Ohio Crop Tour.The 2018 Ohio Crop Tour – I-71 Leg – Day 1The 2018 Ohio Crop Tour – I-75 Leg – Day 1The 2018 Ohio Crop Tour – I-75 Leg – Day 2The 2018 Ohio Crop Tour – I-71 Leg – Day 2last_img read more

Ohio Ag Weather and Forecast, June 7, 2019

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Our forecast is a little wetter this morning. Rain for the second half of this weekend looks more intense, and then we also are going ahead with adding in moisture for the second half of next week. So, while we still have a bit of dry weather left, the opportunities from here forward pull back some.  Today we turn out partly to mostly sunny and warm across the state. Temps will be above normal, and we should see good evaporation. Rates will be at maximum of .25” per day. Breezes will also help drying today, and we should see great opportunity for additional forage work too. The only place we need to watch for any significant action today will down right near the Ohio river…where there can be clouds and a few isolated showers. The rest of the state looks good. Tomorrow turns out partly to mostly sunny as well, although clouds can be increasing late afternoon and evening. Rain showers move in for Sunday and hold through Monday with higher rain totals now expected.  On Sunday, we can see rains of a few hundredths to .5” with 700% coverage. For Monday look for .25″ to 1″ with the potential or thunderstorms. Tuesday and Wednesday are still dry for next week. Sunshine is expected to dominate, with a return to good drying conditions. The problem will be that we only end up with 2 days’ worth of good, dry weather, before rain threats reemerge Showers develop overnight next Wednesday night and continue into Thursday. Moisture does not look all that impressive, and coverage gives some holes, but we still have to deal with rain threats and lose 24 hours of drying. Rain totals will be a few hundredths to .4” and coverage 60%. After the morning showers Thursday, clouds give way to some brief sun. Friday rains are back for midday and afternoon, and they look better organized. 90% of the state can pick up .25”-.1” rain totals. The map at right shows rain potential through next Friday.  We finish our 10 day window with dry weather for Saturday the 15th and Sunday the 16th. However, models are well divided on that finish, and that division is more apparent in the extended 11-16 day period as well, with one model putting rain in the forecast pretty much every day of that extended period, and other looking for perhaps 1 front for the entire time frame. Right now, we are leaning toward a drier look with a threat of precipitation closer to the start of the extended period, and then dry from Tuesday night (18th) through Friday morning. Scattered showers likely return late afternoon and evening on the 21st.last_img read more