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What are Ireland’s top wedding venues?

What are Ireland’s top wedding venues?
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There are a few locations in Ireland where the atmosphere is always great, the service is always top-notch, and you can be sure that your wedding will be wonderful, carefree, and stress-free.

What are the top Wedding Venues in Ireland?

  1. Dublin's Smock Alley Theatre
    Smock Alley Theatre can be the place for you if you're looking for something a little different with a city vibe. The theatre is spectacular in and of itself, therefore setting up effective lighting is essential. The reception rooms offer a different atmosphere; they are light, airy, and chilly. There are a ton of fantastic photo opportunities on the town's streets as well.
  2. Drumhalla House, Co. Donegal
     
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    Just outside of Rathmullan in Donegal, Drumhalla House is located at the base of Kinnegar Beach. A beautiful old country house with enough space for a private celebration. The untamed coastline is ideal for pictures.
  3. Trudder Lodge, Co. Wicklow
    Weddings at Trudder always seem free and effortless. They adore dogs as well! Ideal for a wedding ceremony outside.
  4. Industrial chic at The Millhouse in Slane, Co. Meath
     
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    One of our favourite locations for wedding photos is the Millhouse in Slane. It's the ideal location for imaginative couples looking for something a little unusual for their special day thanks to its renovated barns, the industrial components of the ancient mill, and the lovely house itself.
  5. Ballymagarvey Village Co. Meath
     
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    Ballymagarvey Village is an ideal, standalone location where you can move between various, exquisitely renovated buildings for your ceremony, afternoon tea, and evening party. Beautiful gardens with plenty of room for children to play. An excellent choice for relaxed couples who want to spend as much time as possible mingling with their guests.
  6. Mount Druid, Co. Westmeath
     
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    For unique, creative couples who want to make their mark on the day, Mount Druid is the perfect location. Several beautifully bizarre elements exist throughout the grounds and structures, including a red tin-painted chapel used for ceremonies. To see all it offers, look at real weddings there. Additionally, glamping for visitors is always a plus.
  7. Borris House, Co. Carlow
     
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    Imagines a relaxed house party in an exciting setting. Despite having a chapel from the 18th century and luxurious chambers as far as the eye can view, Borris House feels like a home away from home. An architect's wedding was recently photographed, which perhaps says a lot. Highly suggested.
  8. Killruddery House in Co. Wicklow
    A stunning location in Wicklow, Killruddery House is easily accessible from Dublin. One of its many beauties is an orangery that is flooded with light and ideal for celebrations — beautiful, sophisticated, expansive gardens. Killruddery essentially has everything.
  9. Ballintubbert House, Co. Laois
    The Ballintubbert House in County Laois is a fantastic location. Ideal for lakeside outdoor weddings. A stunning large home that may be rented out for a party and glamping for the rest of your visitors. heaven for wedding venues.