And we hope you can join us to celebrate in Budapest on 26 May 2018.
Tom’s brother introduced them on Krisztina’s first night out in Manchester
Tom came to visit Krisztina in Frankfurt for the first time but as much as he loved the German beer his language skills weren’t quite up to scratch
After a great first holiday together, Tom made the move from Manchester to London and shortly afterwards Krisztina moved from Frankfurt to Manchester (finally in the same country at least!).
Following many Friday night train trips up and down the country Krisztina decided to swap the champagne rain of Manchester for the big smoke.
Krisztina and Tom moved into their first place together in Wimbledon.
After exploring the world a bit together (and several months of saving), Tom decided to pop the question…
And soon enough they will be getting married and would love for you to be there!
Brody Studio - Budapest, Vörösmarty u. 38, 1064 Hungary (Google map)
Brody Studio - Budapest, Vörösmarty u. 38, 1064 Hungary
Please arrive at the venue for drinks & nibbles, at 4pm. The wedding ceremony will start at 5pm sharp.
All guests will be picked up, by bus, from Brody Studio at 6pm and taken to the Marriott Hotel, for the Wedding Breakfast. If you do decide to make your own way to the Marriott, please just let our friendly wedding organiser, Jelena, know.
We're sure that you will all look suitably glamourous. Ladies - please avoid white or red.
Budapest Marriott Hotel - Budapest, Apáczai Csere János u. 4, 1052 Hungary.
Supper at midnight for those of you still going strong.
Your attendance at our wedding is all that we wish for (and we really appreciate that some of you are travelling a long way!). However, if you do want to give a gift, we would be really grateful for a contribution towards our honeymoon.
London (LHR, LGW, STN, LTN), Manchester and Liverpool all fly direct to Budapest.
Taxi – you should only use a ‘Főtaxi’, on the rank outside the airport. The fare from Budapest airport to the city centre is around £20.
Public transport - Budapest Airport
Otherwise, you have the option of flying into either Vienna or Bratislava and hiring a car or taking the train to Budapest.
It is fairly easy to get around in Budapest by public transport. The subway network is made up of 4 metro lines (Red, Blue, Green and Yellow). Plus there are extensive tram and bus lines that will get you everywhere you want to go in and around Budapest. Tickets are mostly unavailable on the bus/train themselves; you have to buy them in advance, at the ticket office, metro stations or newspaper kiosks. Regular public transport is from 5 am until midnight, during the night there are several night buses throughout the city.
Apartment hire – there are some great options. Airbnb is very popular in Budapest.
There are many more accommodation options for all budgets. Booking.com is always useful but please do feel free to make use of our ‘concierge’ service…
If you need help with anything – flights, taxis, hotel recommendations, things to do and see (including other parts of Hungary or eastern Europe), restaurants, queries about the wedding day – then our ‘concierge’ is ready to help. Please just call/email Jelena direct with any queries:
Please use the #McFulopWedding hashtag for any good photos that you would like to share.
We would greatly appreciate it if you could respond before 15th January 2018.