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Bride Shows Up For Her Wedding Ceremony On A Tractor | KOKO Brides
Friday, June 21, 2024
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    Bride Shows Up For Her Wedding Ceremony On A Tractor

    A bride gave her wedding guests quite the surprise by arriving at the church for her ceremony on the back of a tractor.

    The bride, Kathryn McKay, 33, turned up at the church ceremony in the bucket of a Massey Ferguson 135 driven by her farmer dad, Henry McKay, 66.

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    McKay chose the unusual wedding vehicle as a tribute to her rural family’s background, she said.The pair tied the knot at the church in their hometown of Carnlough, County Antrim, in Northern Ireland.

    She added, “We arrived safely without any hiccups or rain and had a beautiful service with our friends and family.”

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    McKay said she grew up on a farm and wanted to include her heritage in the ceremony.

    The newly married couple had a Range Rover on standby in case the tractor broke down.

    She added, “We had a Range Rover on hand that was going to take me to the chapel, but thankfully the rain cleared, We honestly could not have asked for a better wedding and our hearts are so full.” Her husband said, “It was the perfect entry because anyone who knows Kathryn knows she’s farming mad”

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    McKay still keeps her hand in at the farm, “I take the wee tractor to local vintage runs and just love all things farming,” she said.

    The bride said that as a child, she and her four brothers would be out in the field ’till around 5 a.m. lambing, and that she still take a few weeks of annual leave every April to help her dad with the lambing.

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