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Category: Planning your wedding 2016/2017

The Wedding Speeches ‘unveiled’; tradition and keeping it short & sweet

          Did You Know? That in times gone by, sharing a drink was a way to show trust. The term ‘toast’ originated from the piece of bread placed in a cup of wine to absorb the

16 Wedding traditions and their origins

A lot of our wedding traditions have deep rooted origins and come from far and wide, here are a selection to mull over, it makes for interesting reading.

10 Wedding Signs to Add a touch of romance & fun to your big day.

Displaying a sign with a quote or message is a simple way to add some extra romance & fun to your wedding day.

The top tips for entertaining those younger guests at your wedding celebrations.

Some invaluable advice from The Wedding Guy.

The wedding diaries. Waterford Castle hospitality heroes.

There are too few occasions when I visit somewhere new and wonder why have I not been here before! I recently spent a few days in the stunning environs of Waterford castle and upon leaving felt as if I had made

First Hand Advice On Entertaining Younger Guests At Your Celebrations

First hand invaluable advice from The Wedding Guy.

20 Top Tips to help prevent wedding day stress

Your big day is getting closer & closer and you’re pretty sure all is in order, but pretty sure isn’t good enough! So if you haven’t hired myself to ensure all is in order here’s a few tips to help

My top 10 most magical castles to get married in Ireland

We’re all familiar with the more famous hotel castles but be aware there are a wealth of stunning venues out there which may not have come across on your radar. I’ve compiled my top ten favourite based on my personal

Drogheda Calling at Historic Richmond Fort

Exciting news for those planning a wedding celebration on the East Coast. 

Ella & her sisters christmas wedding story!

So here I am in Heathrow and I am just off a flight from Dublin where I happened to be sitting beside a lovely young Irish girl on her way to New Zealand. Ella, from Kilkeel in Co. Down stared