Unique and truely unforgettable - a wedding at Marco Pierre White's
The bustle, buzz and history of Dublin city provided the perfect backdrop for Conor and Julianne’s wedding day last summer. With irish weddings you never know what kind of weather you are going to get, but when it’s a wedding this fun it doesn’t really matter.
City Hall is one of the Dublin’s most sophisticated 18th Century buildings and is becoming increasingly popular with couples wanting to celebrate their big day in the city. That ceremony can either be a Civil or Secular. Such a unique space (the light inside is just incredible), it proved to be the perfect setting for a gorgeous and reflective ceremony.
City Hall has the added option of holding a champagne reception directly afterwards in glorious surroundings, while many will opt to head to one of the numerous nearby pubs for the first toast of the day. Julianne and Conor and opted for The Ivy bar directly across the road on Dame Street to toast the couple irish style at
The beauty of Dublin is that you are never too far away from your next stop – The Ivy Gardens, a tranquil oasis close to St Stephen’s green and only a short Tuk Tuk ride away, was perfect for some quiet moments and photographs, then it was back into the Tuk Tuks and out onto the streets of Dublin to Donnybrook – a tree lined village just south of the city center.
Marco Pierre White wedding celebration
Marco Pierre Whites, a popular Dublin neighbourhood restaurant offers a decorated courtyard for your drinks reception – perfect for summertime, while there is an indoor reception area separate to the dining area to host your guests also.
It was a joy to film these two at Marco Pierre White’s – their wedding day flew by – it was that much fun! Non stop laughter and plenty of glamour on show.