Updated: May 26
Irish Wedding videography is our passion but what can make be a great day and a lovely video an amazing day and a stunning video............ is the venue!
We walked the circuit and present here some of the most beautiful and remarkable places in the country.
Below are 9 unique places you should seriously consider for your big day.
1. Killruddery House and Gardens, Wicklow
Killruddery House is an elegant mansion built on a lovely 17th century foundation, ideal for a special wedding ceremony. Each with up to 180 guests, The Orangery and The Grain Store offer a delightful, luxurious space to host your dream wedding. The library is ideal for drinks and the beautifully decorated dining room has an exotic stucco ceiling and tall windows overlooking the high ponds in the immediate area.
Capacity: up to 180 guests
Location: Bray, Co. Wicklow
2. Loughanmore Court Co. Louth
Loughanmore Court delivers a completely unique and unforgettable wedding experience,
From the dramatic Irish scenery to the iconic, modern beach house overlooking the Irish Sea, there is no shortage of stunning views (a wedding videographer's dream location). . With a spacious converted barn (over 2 centuries) old to organize your ceremony with beautiful awnings with panoramic views of your surroundings, it's hard to find the place that best suits almost all your needs.
Capacity: up to 250 guests
Location: Jenkinstown, Co. Louth
3. Must have a Temple? (A wedding videographers dream location)!
Mussenden Temple, Derry Northern Ireland... the ultimate place for NI wedding Videography!
Perched on the edge of a cliff face along the northwest coast , this beautiful temple looks a bit like the setting for a James Bond Film. The former Bishops library is a must see vene if you decide not to get married there-adjacent to excellent beach walks and the sweet seaside town Castlerock. Just imagine the wedding video ! You will defo bring the WOW(sers) factor into your big day by hosting your wedding ceremony at the super-exclusive Mussenden Temple!
Capacity: up to 100 guests
Place: Castlerock, Co. Derry
4. Princess Shannon
Princess Shannon the queen of Ireland longest river, is the perfect way to explore the brad majestic Shannon Guests on board can enjoy all the enviable comfort of their own private luxury hotel with a professional crew.
A unique twist in an alternative and intimate location, Shannon Princess offers very comfortable accommodation for ten guests in five cabins all en suite.
Luxury accommodation includes the likes of air conditioning, a spa pool on board, hiking bikes, high speed internet and fine dining. Put your watch on Shannon time (not hammer time) and cruise along filming the beautiful scenery.
Capacity: up to 10 guests
Location: Athlone, Co. Westmeath
5. Inish Beg Estate, Co. Cork
Go big or take this huge plot of almost 100 acres in County. Cork. Hold a wedding of any size (with reason) in several locations on the Inish Beg Estate with anywhere from 2 guests up to 360.
With accommodation for up to 50 guests all night and many beautiful accommodations spread across the mainland, such as The Boathouse or The Octagon Marquee, everyone will find something to their taste here.
You and your family and friends can enjoy exclusive access to the entire estate, including all ten of the self-catering venues within at a very reasonable rate.
Capacity: Up to 360 guests
Location: Baltimore, West Cork
6. Tigh na Ghra, Cliffs of Moher
The Cliffs of Moher is a spectacular setting and an incredible place to tie the knot..
If you want to put a spotlight on your special day with one of the most breathtaking backdrops you can imagine, then Tigh na Ghra is the place for you. It will bow your guest away (quite literally).
Host your ceremony to the mighty waves of the Atlantic Ocean and celebrate with a toast in a warm, sheltered, intimate purpose-built venue that provides you with a perfect location whatever the weather may throw at you.
Capacity: up to 18 guests
Location: Doolin, Co. Clare
7. St Peter's Tin Church, Laragh
This beautiful Swiss tin church is certainly one of a kind perfect for a Gothic mystical forest wedding.
The church was donated by James McKean to his honeymoon wife in Switzerland, stands between green ferns and lush ivy, it is surrounded by nature.
Location: Laragh, Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan
8. The Boathouse Mount Druid
Combine your reception with a ceremony in the nearby Tin Chapel and take a leisurely walk up the hill to end your big day in style.
Ideal for a sumptuous, peaceful drink, The Boathouse at Mount Druid offers cinematic lake views so guests can enjoy hours of relaxation and fun and ideal location to film your own Irish wedding video!.
Place: Castletown Geoghegan, Co. Westmeath
9. Smock Alley Theater
Take a ceremony on the banks of the River Liffey at the unique, spacious Smock Alley Theater. This renovated 17th-century Royal Theater can accommodate up to 250 guests and offers unique acoustics for a musical and memorable wedding. The history-filled Smock Alley Theater, with its magnificent banquet hall and multi-level theater, is the ideal place to enjoy a great day you won't forget.