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Wedding Planner Sharon McMeel Wins Luxury Travel Guide Wedding Specialist of the Year 2018 – Bride Sarah Hennessy & Groom Niall McGarry at their wedding in October 2017 at Dromoland Castle. Picture: Dermot Culhane

Wedding Planner Sharon McMeel Wins Luxury Travel Guide Wedding Specialist of the Year 2018

For the second year running, Limerick’s Sharon McMeel has been named as Luxury Travel Guide’s Wedding Specialist of the Year – Ireland in their European Awards 2018.

The Luxury Travel Guide Awards represent the pinnacle of hospitality achievement, championing the best in their respective fields. Sharon was also recently listed as a finalist in their Global Awards 2017 which took place in the Waldorf Hotel in London in November.

“We are delighted to pay tribute to and commend all those who have excelled in the industry. This year has seen an unprecedented number of shortlisted companies, providing strong competition in every category.” Rocky Singh, Luxury Travel Guide. “All winners of the Luxury Travel Guide Awards are subject to the same rigorous assessment criteria, carried out by our in-house professionals. This ensures only the most deserving firms and individuals walk away with one of these prestigious accolades.”

“The wedding industry in Ireland is so vibrant and gets better every year. I love being part of it showing what we can do here to the rest of the world, so winning this award – on a European level is amazing and I am so thrilled,” said Sharon McMeel.

“With my recent move to Dublin, I look forward to expanding my business and continue to look after couples in Ireland and those having destination weddings in Ireland in 2018 and beyond.”

Beginning her wedding career in 2003, Sharon McMeel has now been involved in hundreds of weddings and winning multiple awards over the years which is testament to her professionalism and attention to detail.

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