Our Autumn Wedding Fair will be held on Sunday, 24th September from 1pm - 4pm.
Come along and view our picturesque wedding venue, Ceremony room, sample some of our talented chef's canapes and meet with suppliers. Our wedding team will be on hand to answer any questions you may have.
Weddings in all of their various forms, are as old as time. Although they have changed in rituals and traditions, the core value of uniting two individuals in love has not and will not ever change. There are hundreds of options that a couple must consider when planning a wedding. Will the couple organize their wedding around customs and traditions? Will they dig deep into their culture and pull out some oldies but goldies such as the hand fasting ritual or will they ride the wave of the hottest and newest wedding trends to arrive?
Traditions worldwide and dating as far back as the 17th Century have the newly married couple taking centre stage for the first dance. The first dance was originally a custom held by wealthy families hosting balls in which the guest of honour or hosts opened up the dance floor for all. This once upon a time social norm began first dance tradition at weddings and has held strong since. The first dance is an extremely personal moment for the couple, and could ultimately be the ONLY personal moment the couple get all evening as they are generally busy entertaining their guests throughout the day.
The date is set, and the wedding planning is about to begin. You have chosen the beautiful Irish wedding venue in Wicklow, and one of the first decisions you must make in reference to the planning of your wedding is the colour palette. The decor, the cake, the bridesmaid’s dresses, the favours, even the napkins, all depend on this very important choice.
Finding the right Ceremony Styles is just as important as finding a location, a caterer and the perfect dress. A standard wedding doesn't suit everyone. You will have to check the laws and rules of the state to make sure your wedding is recognized legally, but having a wedding that reflects your own personal beliefs can help deepen the bond between the two parties being wed.
Have you decided what you’ll be wearing in your hair on your wedding day? Contemplating whether the veil is really your style? Maybe you prefer a simple garnish to a traditional long, flowing veil? The ultimate decision is yours, and you have a multitude of choices to play with! In the list below you will find an assortment of options to begin your research on achieving your perfect wedding day look.
Wedding favours are just as unique as the individual's wedding. They require thought and creativity to appeal to a large diverse crowd, and must represent the word "thank you" in a multitude of languages. We have done a bit of research to make a list of some of the most unique ideas we have found. Feel free to customize, add or change any part of this to personalize your wedding favour to suit your fancy!