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Weddings in Ireland

CSO based statistics about marriage in Ireland. Information for infographic compiled by https://loyesdiamonds.ie/

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Make Your New Year’s Eve Wedding Sparkle

Make your New Year’s Eve Wedding Sparkle New Years Eve is the perfect time for a wedding, everyone is in a celebratory mood, most family and friends can attend and everyone is still in that festive spirit. On a day when glitz and glam is encouraged, you could opt for a ...

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Barberstown Castle

Barberstown Castle Barberstown Castle – A romantic castle in County Kildare We enjoyed a relaxing two night stay recently at Barberstown Castle. We arrived in the afternoon and despite there being few other guests in the hotel at the time, there was a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The receptionist was lovely and ...

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Lusty Beg Island – An Alternative Wedding Venue

Lusty Beg Island An Unique Wedding Venue A few weeks ago I was invited to visit Lusty Beg Island in Co. Fermanagh to experience what they have to offer their guests. Let me start by saying it was a wonderful event! From the moment we arrived on the shores of Lough Erne we ...

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Destination Weddings

Destination Weddings Why Choose A Destination Wedding? Most couples opting for a destination wedding are looking for a romantic location, a place that is filled with romance and elegance.  If your preference is a stunning setting, beautiful sunshine with a breathtaking ceremony, unique and enjoyable reception, amazing food and a choice of ...

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Wedding Flowers

Inspirational ideas for your autumn wedding. For most couples flowers will play a prominent role on their wedding day.You can embrace the season's hottest trends by doing some planning and getting what you want from your florist by asking the right questions.  A good starting point is to compile a scrapbook ...

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Wedding Trends 2013

  Wedding trends for 2013   The current trend is to incorporate a personal touch by adding fun and instructive wedding signs to direct your guests to different areas at your wedding. They are perfect to show where the wedding gifts can be left,  where food or drinks are being served or as ...

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Humanist Wedding Ceremony

Our First Humanist Wedding Ceremony We were delighted to be chosen by Paul and Catherine to organise and coordinate their beautiful humanist wedding ceremony at Harvey’s Point Hotel, Donegal.   It was a beautiful wedding with very personal readings, in Irish and in English with beautiful music performed by The Irish House ...

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