Emma Russell is a Dublin based photographer and one of the finest the country has to offer. So good, she did my sister in laws wedding after being recommended by another photographer. Now, no matter what I say, if you are being recommended by another photographer….you must be good.Read Review
What I love about Kinnitty Castle is its great grandeur yet it has a balance of warmth and friendliness. My favourite is the walkway to the bridge. The decor at arrival receptions is an old world with plenty of large-scale paintings, high ceilings and antique furniture. The bridal suite is unreal and so luxurious. The Great Hall for your banquet is a rectangular shape and you can have one long table running the whole way down. It is like Hogwarts banquet hall from Harry Potter. If you love a medieval style, vintage and not a fan of a modern look, this is really worth considering!Read Review
The Station House Hotel is located in Kilemessan. It was once a train station and still has many of the original features. One of the key features of the Station House Hotel is its unrivalled setting. The hotel still sits on a retired train station grounds. The venue is surrounded by beautiful woodlands and gardens. The iconic ‘Turn Table’ is from the actual train station and is now the outdoor location for your civil ceremony. The original Signal Box, now the Signal Suite is the only one of its kind as it is now the bridal suite.Read Review
We are a situated in the quaint royal village of Hillsborough, Co. Down. A destination for brides nationwide, with our exclusive designers including Hayley Paige and Sassi Holford. Other designers in our collection include, Enzoani, Blue by Enzoani, Eliza Jane Howell, Mia Mia, Nicole Spose and Badgley Mischka.
Pearls and Lace Bridal Boutique is located in the north west just outside Donegal Town and it if you are looking to find your perfect dress, this boutique is well worth a visit. Not only have they been named in the top 5 bridal boutiques in Ireland for the past two years but brides travel form all over the country to try on the breathtaking wedding dresses. They stock a variety of brands including Essense of Australia, Martina Liana, Stella York, Enzoani, Wtoo by Watters and True Bride Wedding Dresses.
Today we are taking a trip to Co. Clare where you will find one of the county’s most reputable celebrant groups. Coastal Ceremonies is led by Clara Malone and has a team including Orla Cronin and Susan Eyles.
Whilst they are based in Co. Clare, they officiate ceremonies all over Ireland 7 days a week. Locations are flexible and they can host ceremonies indoors in hotels, outdoor, in castles, gardens, on top of cliffs, in boats, lakeside….the choices are endless and we are always up for a bit of fun. The beauty of a celebrant is all in the flexibility.
If you are looking for a wedding singer with a voice of an angel, well you have certainly come to the right place. I was absolutely blown away when I heard the work of the one and only Yvonne O’ Toole. With over twenty years of professional singing experience, Irish Soprano Yvonne O’Toole has a number of achievements to date when it comes to her singing career.