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#1 carolflannery1

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    Posted 10 July 2014 - 04:02 PM

    Hey guys, 


     I am having my "destination" wedding in ireland!! not the typical destination place, but i am irish (from ireland) and wanted to bring this major milestone in my life home. 


    Anyone have any tips on planning an irish wedding??



    #2 acw271011

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    Posted 10 July 2014 - 06:29 PM

    Congrats and welcome to the site! Wow - that's a tough one. I'm sure there will be someone here that knows something about doing an irish wedding, but I'm sorry I won't be of any help.


    Definitely try looking through the reviews and see if there is any info that might help. Good luck and happy planning!

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    #3 Moments That Matter

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      Posted 11 July 2014 - 10:13 AM

      Congratulations Carol. You are in the right place to find all the information you need for your wedding in Ireland! Have fun with all your plans and best of luck!!!

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      #4 NotSoWitty

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        Posted 13 July 2014 - 05:40 AM

        Hi Carol, have you tried weddingsonline.ie or mrs2be.ie? Where about are you thinking of getting married? I guess you aren't living in Ireland at the moment - will you be back before the wedding? Are you thinking of doing the big Irish wedding or just a small one? There's a few fantastic planners if you want to go down that route.


        I'm Irish, living in England, planning a tiny elopement in Mexico! But I pretty much had my big Irish wedding planned to a T before we decided to just run away and get wed so happy to help in any way! 


        Congratulations by the way!  :)

        #5 stefadile

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        Posted 13 July 2014 - 07:49 AM

        Hi Carol, congratulations on your engagement!!!! I'm Irish and living in Ireland. I'm going o Jamaica for our wedding (my Fiancé is Jamaican) having a Catholic ceremony when we get home though ( to keep all sides happy). I'd look at mrs2be.IE and weddings online.IE as well as one fab day. Where about are in Ireland are you getting married? Are you coming home before to plan , or doing all from overseas?
        Also you might find this link useful about civil requirements.
        not sure if you're doing a Catholic ceremony, but you'll have to a marriage preparation course... but a priest would fill you in on that.

        Good luck with the planning, if you need any help, just pm me :-)



        Edited by stefadile, 13 July 2014 - 07:58 AM.

        #6 jennifernoel1

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        Posted 13 July 2014 - 06:47 PM



        I suggest you start a new forum or search for an Irish forum. I have found a lot of information by just looking for certain things like videographers. 


        Hope you find what you're looking for.

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