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Rosanna Supports ISPCA Wedding Favours

Rosanna Davison

 Pictured is the beautiful bride-to-be Rosanna Davison, with her own four legged pooches Ted and 14 week old Leo photographed on the rooftop of the Marker Hotel, Dublin. Rosanna, who is getting married this June, is asking all brides and grooms to be, to consider ISPCA wedding Favours for their guests instead of chocolates or sugared almonds and support the ISPCA on their big day.  Rosanna wore a beautiful Pronovius Siliba wedding dress kindly supplied by Cathy De Stafford and stunning wedding bouquet kindly donated by O'Connor florists, Longford.  For more information, visit http://www.ispca.ie

Beautiful bride-to-be Rosanna Davison braved the cold weather with her pooches Ted and Leo to promote ISPCA's Wedding Favours as an alternative to traditional chocolates. 

ISPCA Fundraising Manager Amy Collins said: “ISPCA Wedding Favours are a lovely idea for couples who want to do something a little bit different, and personal, on their wedding day.  It’s a great way for people to include their pets in their big day and help support less fortunate animals who have come in to the care of the ISPCA.

Rosanna Davison said: "For animal lovers everywhere, the ISPCA wedding favours are a wonderfully unique way to thank your guests for being part of your special day.  Being able to tie them in with the chosen colour scheme on your big day, and using a picture of your beloved pet’s means that they can also play a part in your wedding.  But most importantly, the money raised from wedding favours will go directly to saving the lives of hundreds and thousands of animals.  That most definitely beats chocolate wedding favours any day." she said.

ISPCA Wedding Favours come in beautiful designs and are not only a thoughtful gift for guests, but they provide life-saving support to animals in need.  Please view our wedding favour brochure for more information.

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