WATCH: This man wore a wedding dress to work all in the name of charity

Ted Murphy in his wedding dress. Picture: Denis Minihane

Ted Murphy's Wednesday was probably a little different to yours.

The wedding and commercial photographer from Carrigaline, Co Cork runs Ted Murphy Photography and he wore a wedding dress to work to help raise funds for the Irish Cancer Society.

The cancer charity has teamed up with Today FM and their Dare To Care campaign to try and raise money. The campaign is set to run throughout September and will see some Today FM presenters completing their own dares.

Today, the radio station dared people to wear their wedding dress to work, for #WeddingDressWednesday.

Ted wanted to take part and support the Irish Cancer Society as his mother has been battling cancer for two years.

And he wasn't the only one who took part. Plenty of others turned into blushing brides as they headed to work.

Well done to all who took part. Ye looked only gorgeous! 

Find Ted Murphy Photography on Facebook and donate to his campaign HERE.

Learn more about Today FM's Dare to Care with the Irish Cancer Society HERE.


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