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Wedding Newspaper Spoof

(€12.15 ex. VAT)
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Model: 380-006-PW
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Product Description

A truly novel gift, this personalised spoof newspaper cover is presented in either a tube roll or a contemporary black frame. The colourful cover comes in A3 size. You can read how the story will go underneath. To order, simply complete the personalised details and click add to cart.

NEW - Next working day delivery for this novel gift now available.

If bringing to a party or an event, you can also order additional non-framed prints.

The date field refers to the date of the newspaper print, i.e. the wedding date.


Sub-headline: VIP Guests Attend Wedding Celebrations


Finally the wedding that has been the talk of HOMETOWN for months has arrived. Little did anyone realise at the time, when GROOMFIRSTNAME SURNAME first laid eyes on BRIDESFIRSTNAME SURNAME, would events lead to this momentous day.

PLACEOFWEDDING has been a hive of activity and excitement in anticipation of the happy couple’s arrival on DATEOFWEDDING. ‘Obviously with such a high profile couple,’ the manager said, ‘we’ve had to take extra precautions with security.’

Both OK and Hello magazines have led a bidding frenzy to publish the first photos. GROOMFIRSTNAME and BRIDEFIRSTNAME have reportedly donated the €1m to the Irish government to help pay off the State's debt. ‘No, I wasn’t that surprised,’ An Taoiseach Micheál Martin said. ‘They’ve always been huge financial donators to just causes throughout the years.’

All private helicopter companies have been fully booked up for weeks to jet in celebrities to PLACEOFWEDDING. Bono is believed to have cancelled the American leg of U2's tour to attend the wedding. Other special guests will include Brad Pitt, Kylie, William and Kate, and Gerry Adams.

Although he wasn’t invited, Ryan Tubridy will host the couple on The Late Late Show this Friday to chat about their future hopes and plans. ‘No, I won’t be wearing my wedding dress that night,’ BRIDESFIRSTNAME said earlier today. Her dress has been kept a closely guarded secret, which has left even the top fashion houses guessing.

We at The Irish Gazette would also like to wish GROOMFIRSTNAME and BRIDEFIRSTNAME all the happiness in the world.


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