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Do they do weddings at Lansdowne Road ???!!!
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Originally posted by randyrandolph randyrandolph wrote:

Originally posted by Salzburglilly Salzburglilly wrote:

Just got engaged in Paris a few weeks ago,she wants a beach wedding or a ceremony somewhere near the ocean in Ireland during the summer,anyone done something similar or have any advice on the matter ?

Looked at a few places in Galway and Donegal but price and weather wise i reckon Spain might be better.


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it's a nice idea but the main issue you will face is that ireland actually doesn't have a summer. 

it has the odd spring, but never a summer. i honestly dont think i've been to wedding at home in the summer where it hasnt rained all day.

that said there are some beautiful beaches in donegal but the best ones are quiet isolated.
 
As the Dubs would say, get up out of that! Unless you've only been to a handful of weddings that simply can't be true LOL
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Originally posted by Borussia Borussia wrote:

Do they do weddings at Lansdowne Road ???!!!

No just funerals
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Originally posted by Borussia Borussia wrote:

Do they do weddings at Lansdowne Road ???!!!


If they have a certian type of certificate you can. Croker has one one afaik
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Mulranny may be the sort of spot you're looking for alright.

If you're feeling hella flush, try the five star cliff house hotel in Waterford.
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Originally posted by Salzburglilly Salzburglilly wrote:

Cheers lads ,Only really need an hour of decent weather and then head to the hotel /venue ,will check out a few of those spots ,for the lads who got married in the last few years ,what’s the average price of a wedding in Ireland ?

I assume Donegal will be cheaper than Dublin /Kildare etc .



Armada sounds exactly what you are looking for. It's not in Miltown Malbay as stated above, it's in Spanish Point.

Spectacular views check it out.
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Garryvoe Hotel in East Cork. Great spot

https://m.garryvoehotel.com/
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Sister got married in Lusty Beg. Great spot as its basically your own a private island, car ferry over and back is slow and fits only a few cars but the place itself is great. Big hall for the day and little pub type place for the following day and if the weather is nice you can do a BBQ. Accommodation is both in the hotel or in large houses on the island. Handy to bring your own booze as well
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Taking some punt on the weather being half decent Salzburg............was at me nephew's wedding in September on the beach, but he's born and raised in Queensland so the weather was a given. LOL
 
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If you want to get married in a beach then you need to avoid Ireland.... prob 60-70% chance it will be bad weather. 

Go for France / Portugal etc
Better value for money and good weather.





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Best wedding I have been at in terms of location was in Ravello on the Amalfi coast of Italy. Not right on the beach but a brilliant view overlooking the sea. And not to bad cost-wise as far as I know. 
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Yeah, if you're south of Rome in Italy, you're basically guaranteed good temperatures and cheap enough food and wine.

The issue is that it may be *too* hot, depending on the time of year.
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Originally posted by Baldrick Baldrick wrote:

Originally posted by Salzburglilly Salzburglilly wrote:

Cheers lads ,Only really need an hour of decent weather and then head to the hotel /venue ,will check out a few of those spots ,for the lads who got married in the last few years ,what’s the average price of a wedding in Ireland ?

I assume Donegal will be cheaper than Dublin /Kildare etc .



Armada sounds exactly what you are looking for. It's not in Miltown Malbay as stated above, it's in Spanish Point.

Spectacular views check it out.
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Was at a mates wedding in Malaga in August,he got married on a lawn,limo picked up him and the groomsmen,then the bride and her crew,drinks and finger food in the courtyard,live singer,then a 3 course meal and drinks for 150 people at the reception inside a canopy,private disco next door with a dj,free bar until 6am,photographer included,he just told me the whole package cost him 15k,doubt i would get that deal in Ireland.
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Originally posted by Salzburglilly Salzburglilly wrote:

Was at a mates wedding in Malaga in August,he got married on a lawn,limo picked up him and the groomsmen,then the bride and her crew,drinks and finger food in the courtyard,live singer,then a 3 course meal and drinks for 150 people at the reception inside a canopy,private disco next door with a dj,free bar until 6am,photographer included,he just told me the whole package cost him 15k,doubt i would get that deal in Ireland.

As someone who got married in Ireland this year, no chance
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The free booze alone would be twice that.
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