Choosing your venue is one of the first and most exciting parts of your wedding planning. We put together some of our favourite Irish wedding venues.
In the heart of the Boyne Valley lies Ballymagarvey Village, it has such a 'home from home' feeling dating back to the 13th Century, charming and cosy. Steeped in culture and tradition with so many opportunities for fabulous photos among the surroundings. One such beautiful attribute can be seen in the ceremony room, where there are still beautiful old exposed beams and original cast windows, the original mill wheel also still remains outside. This restored flax mill caters for Civil Ceremonies, Civil Partnerships, Humanist Ceremonies and Blessings.
The Westin Hotel, Dublin
The Westin Hotel is situated deep in Dublin City Centre on College Green. A perfect city wedding without sparing on any glamour or elegance. The Banking Hall has been restored to its original 1863 setting with marble pillars, mahogany door way and fabulous intricate detailing on the walls and ceilings. There are four Waterford Crystal chandeliers crafted from 8,000 individual pieces. The Banking Hall has its own private entrance through the spectacular facade on College Street. Our choice for a Dublin city wedding, a lovely mix of traditional and contemporary styles.
There is so much to be said about the beautiful venue that is Tankardstown House in Co. Meath luxury and class are in abundance here. The building compromises of a stunning 18th Century Manor House, orangery, cottages, cellar restaurant and garden village. It is very easy to fall in love with this venue, so much care and attention to detail has been paid. There is a magnificent winding staircase down to the Orangery and almost everywhere you look there is a stunning backdrop.
Perfectly set in the glorious greenery of County Wicklow is Powerscourt House and Gardens. The perfect balance of tranquility and elegance. Breath-taking scenery, large landscaped gardens all set amongst the backdrop of the Great Sugarloaf Mountain. Take in all the features of the historic estate. The ballroom is light and spacious & meticulously renovated.
The Orangery at Killruddery House dates back to 1852, designed and built by William Burns and inspired by the style of the Crystal Palace, legend has it that the family Tiara was sold to finance his work! There is a collection of Marble statues from the 1830's-50's, steeped in culture and such a wonderful and unique venue. There are many options when it comes to Killruddery House including using the library, dining room, drawing room or Grain Store. The Grain Store dates from the 19th century, it is a barn conversion facing the courtyard, and really is the perfect space for a more relaxed wedding.
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