We're really spoiled for choice here in Ireland for wedding venues. From Weddings in Castles to Country Houses Weddings, from City Centre Wedding Venues to full on festival themed Glamping Wedding venues, we do really cover a lot on this small island.
Borris House is a private historic house dating back to the Kings of Leinster and when you choose to have your wedding at Borris House the house is exclusively yours for your wedding day. Every wedding I have done in Borris House has been different. It's a venue you can really put your stamp on and make it your own.
What I love: The lace garden at Borris House is stunning all year round. The light in the bridal suite is a dream and I also have a soft spot for their rustic ballroom.
A legendary Castle on an Island, with it's own ferry! Exclusively yours on your Wedding Day! Weddings at Waterford Castle Hotel are offered on an exclusive use basis. This means the castle is only accesible to you and your guests, with 19 rooms and suites for your family and friends. Your very own Castle Wedding!
What I love: The fact that it's on it's island of it's own means that you feel even more removed from your day to day. Also, the light in the bridal suite is unreal!
The Haven is a unque family run wedding venue surroundings in the heart of the beautiful fishing village of Dunmore East, in Ireland’s Sunny South East. Recently refurbished it retains the original features, quirkiness and charm. It's relaxed and homely vibe means you'll never want to leave
What I love: The view! The Haven Hotel looks out over the sea and you can see Hook Head on a clear day. It's a short walk for a view of the cliffs too.
Situated in the picturesque village of Castletown Geoghegan, County Westmeath, Mount Druid is an exquisite parkland of 100 acres. The purpose built tin chapel, boathouse, barn and their custom made accommodation nestle sympathetically into the landscape and offer the opportunity for a bespoke wedding to remember.
What I love: The tin chapel is an amazing ceremony and the reception in the barn is some of the most fun I've had at weddings. The vibe is unparralled in Mount Druid.
Clonabreany House is such a fun wedding venue. Everything is on site including the ceremony space. It's designed with the flow of a wedding in mind with space for drinks reception, couples portraits, dinner and dancing in to the wee hours. Bonus points for that epic dancefloor.
What I love: There are so many spots around Clonabreant House for all your portraits meaning you won't be away from the fun for too long.
Ballymagarvey Village is another one of those 'made for wedding venues'. Everything is on site, the ceremony space is a short walk from the house and the party starts as soon as you leave that room. There's a plethora of spots for photos so again, you don't have to go far.
What I love: The sun sets in just the right spot, out by the lake behind the reception space. You can nip out of your ceremony and be back before you're missed.
Horetown House is my favourite venue of them all. I'm getting married there, that's how much I love it. It's a private country house wedding venue in Co. Wexford with a laid back vibe but with excellent food and stunning grounds!
What I love: The ceremony space, The White Room is the nicest ceremony room I've ever seen. Also, Benji the dog :)
One hour south of Dublin City in Co.Wicklow Rathsallagh House is exclusively yours on your wedding day, with its 300 year old walled gardens and park lands, open log and turf fires, luxurious dining room, bed rooms and drawing rooms Rathsallagh is your very own private luxury Country House venue for your special day.
What I love: The walled garden and long curved driveway is the perfect location for portaits after the ceremony. The organery has gorgeous light for your indoor wedding ceremony.
The period Georgian elegance of The Merrion provides a beautiful backdrop for an unforgettable and unique Dublin City Wedding. The grand salons of The Merrion Hotel have a separate entrance with marbled hallway and feature original Georgian plasterwork. The magnificent rooms are decorated with luxurious fabrics, hand woven carpets and antique furniture. The can accommodate up to 80 guests in their larger rooms
What I love: The architecture, the light, the food, what's not to love? It's also only a hop skip and a jump across the road to Stephens Green and so close to all the cool spots for photos in the City Centre
Broolodge is based just outside of McCreddin village and has that small village vibe everyone's loking for. There's a beautiful Brook that runs alongside the Chapel on the grounds of the hotel. Brookhall, where your reception is held, is separate to the main hotel meaning you feel like you have the whole place to yourself.
What I love: The little chapel is so cute and if the weathers nice you can have your drinks reception by the brook! The food is incredible too.
Ashley Park House is an 18th century country house situated on the edge of Lake Ourna. It is steeped in charactor and it's higgildy piggildy rooms make it a joy to explore. The marquee has the most beautiful light. There's gardens to stroll through and games to play on the lawn. The perfect private wedding venue.
What I love: The cermony space is unmatched by any other space. It has a massive glass front which makes it look like you're on the lake. Stunning spot for portraits too.
One of my all time favourite wedding ceremony venues. Dublin City Hall is located in the heart of Dublin City Centre and is the ideal City Centre Wedding Ceremony spot. It's close to all the best photo spots, pubs and some incredible Dublin wedding reception venues.
What I love: the architecture of the building is phenomenal as is the light.
Ballybeg House is a country home away from home for intimate and unique wedding experiences over a 3 day period. Everything is on site, from the converted barn ceremony space to the Victorian marquee for reception, they can host weddings off up to 170 guests.
What I love: The flow from ceremony to drinks reception to dinner is seamless. The grounds and the view are stunning, some of the best in Wicklow.
Boyne Hill House is set in 38 acres of stunning gardens and parklands overlookig the Boyne River. This country house becomes your own very private residence for the duration of your wedding day.
What I love: There's a secret underground tunnell linking the main house to the reception space! It's so fun!
If you're not the country house kinda couple but want to be surrounded by lush landscape then Druids Glen is for you. The wedding area is seperate from the main hotel so you feel like you have it all to yourself and the room you have your reception in is absolutely stunning.
What I love: Driving around the grounds to do photos is always fun. Dodging golf balls, not so much :)
If you're looking for a central, stylish urban wedding venue then Fallon & Byrne is the one for you. It's in the heart of Dublin City in a beautiful late 19th Century Building. They can host your wedding ceremony and reception, and take the pain away of planning a Dublin City Centre wedding.
What I love: It's so central, a stones throw from the Stags Head for your drinks reception and easy to get around the city for your wedding potraits. The room has gorgeous light too.
Tulfarris is based just 40 minutes from Dublin. An 18th century manor and 4 star resort on on Blessington lake with stunning views of the Wicklow Mountains and the lake itself.
What I love: The grounds are stunning but the lake is the icing on the cake!
Set in 14 acres of mature landscaped gardens and overlooking the Irish Sea, Tinakilly offers peace and tranquility but is only 45 mins from Dublin. This stunning country house hotel in Wicklow oozes charm and is the perfect party venue for your Wicklow Wedding.
What I love: There's a proper homely vibe in Tinakilly House. With everything on site, it's easy to get in the party spirit from the get go.