A wonderful setting for a wonderful occasion

A walk in the park: Fran Neeson (left) and Breeda Lyne sharing a moment in Killarney House and Gardens on the occasion of their marriage in Killarney on Friday.
Pictures: Valerie O’Sullivan

THE spectacular cherry tree drive in the grounds of Killarney House and Gardens proved an idyllic setting for newly-weds Breeda Lyne and Fran Neeson to pose for the photographer on their big day.

Breeda Lyne and Fran Neeson (centre) with bridesmaids Eibhlín Ní Bhric (left) and Siobhan Randles

The weather played its part on Friday as they strolled along the tranquil tree-lined avenue after exchanging vows at a civil ceremony at Killarney Registry Office.

Their bridemaids were Eibhlín Ní Bhric and Siobhan Randles.

Breeda is the daughter of Peggy and Kerry GAA legend Jackie Lyne, from Homeland, Muckross Road, and Fran is the daughter of Frank and Frances Neeson, Woodlawn Park.

Breeda and Fran smile for the camera

Breeda is a special resources teacher at St Oliver’s Primary School in Killarney and Fran works in Eason, on Main Street.

The newlyweds are enjoying the springtime beauty of South Kerry on their honeymoon.