What can we say about the Millhouse? As you drive into Boyne Valley, the old mill (originally a corn-mill and then later a cotton-mill) sits on the picturesque river Boyne. As you travel down the driveway you feel as if you are stepping back in time. A photographers dream, their are so many nooks & crannys to explore for photos with real rustic charm. The manor house is a beautiful cozy place for guests to enjoy while you head out for a few snaps before heading over to the banquet room which is draped in white with fairy light! What more can you ask for?
The 16th century tavern – with its old world charm- is located in the centre of Howth Village. Boasting blazing turf fires, cut stone walls, converted gas lamps and flag stone floors, the tavern a truly unique venue on Dublin’s Northside. Make the most of the view by getting married outdoors by the famous Martello Tower overlooking Howth. Head off after your ceremony to a few of the famous beauty spots in Howth for some photos, the pier, the summit, the cliffs or the quaint village for some quirky shots. Howth is really a photographers dream!
A marquee wedding in Ireland brings the outdoors inside. Having a marquee allows couples to have their wedding anywhere, whether at home or beside a river, lake or mountain range. Indoors, they are magical with linen tablecloths, floral centerpieces and even a red carpet.
Coolbawn Quay is located on the eastern shores of Lough Derg in North Tipperary. It is bordered by forests and rolling fields.
The village resort is so pretty with little houses that you and your guests can stay at, all located around the lake. Photos on the decking beside the lake or at the bobbing boats at the marina is a must.
Then, pop into the intimate pub for a drink for a break and back out to the magical marquee for some more photos. Never a dull moment!
Brooklodge is a five-star hotel and village located just outside Aughrim in County Wicklow. It offers so many photo opportunities, including its little chapel over the brook where you can actually get married in. You can pose for photos right beside the brook under the trees, and it is so peaceful there making it ideal for romantic couple shots.
The hotel has a veranda covered with ivy that changes colour each season. Chickens run freely around the place and there is even an old-fashioned phone box! The Actons country pub is super for a drink and a few photos of the bridal party.
The Macreddin Hall is where the guests sit and relax over a glass or two, and you can join them there for photos too.