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EVOKE.ie Toasts Royal Wedding Success

Pictured: Brendan Courtney with Aisling O’Loughlin, EVOKE.ie editor Sybil Mulcahy, Lisa Cannon, Eleanore Hutch and Laura Bermingham

Leinster may have been playing Munster for a place in tomorrow’s PRO14 final and Ed Sheeran may have been in town but over 200 people still managed to celebrate last week’s royal wedding in style at the Conrad Hotel in Dublin at an event organised by DMG Media’s Evoke.ie

Guests treated to champagne, pink gin cocktails, and a brunch as EVOKE.ie’s very own royal correspondent Eleanore Hutch and a panel of celebrity experts, including fashion designer Brendan Courtney and TV stars Lisa Cannon and Aisling O’Loughlin, discussed it all from the dresses, to the shoes to the Queen’s handbag and everything in between.

Hosted by EVOKE.ie Editor Sybil Mulcahy and Beauty Editor Laura Bermingham, there was plenty of advice on offer too while guests were treated to a goodie bag worth over €250.

Sybil Mulcahy said: ‘I’ve been absolutely thrilled with the response to this sold-out event. All the women and men who attended got into the spirit, dressed up as wedding guests, with emotions running high and tears flowing as the future Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, walked down the aisle. Readers came from far and wide, including a big contingent from the United States.’

According to Evoke’s commercial director, Liz Doyle: ‘EVOKE.ie is all about treating Irish women and this event was just that. The Royal Wedding was the perfect choice for EVOKE.ie, marrying entertainment with beauty and style, bubbles and brunch. We’re really proud of what we do and what we stand for and we look forward to meeting our wonderful readers again at our next event.”

With over 1m unique users per month, EVOKE.ie is part of DMG Media Ireland and picked up the Media Brand of the Year at the Media Awards 2018.

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