Love Across Borders: Robert & Jonathan’s Joyous Journey 
Irish LGBT Weddings Magazine
by John
3M ago
Four Seasons Hotel in Monaghan.  Photos courtesy of Thomas Whyte Media In the heart of two distinct Irish landscapes, from the quaint village of Macosquin in Coleraine, Northern Ireland, to the serene town of Cavan, emerged a love story that transcended distance, culminating in a magical wedding celebration at the Four Seasons Hotel in Monaghan in February 2020.   Robert Tannahill and Jonathan Farrelly found each other through the digital threads of the internet in 2018. Their connection was instant, their conversations vibrant, and soon they found themselves planning their firs ..read more
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Spring is in the air in Kells for upcoming Wedding Showcase at the Headfort!
Irish LGBT Weddings Magazine
by John
5M ago
Style guru Paul Carroll will host the much anticipated Headfort Wedding Show in Kells on Sunday, March 3rd. Aside from the landmark wedding venue opening its doors to couples, the day will also host the best of local and regional suppliers and all chat will be on the couch with an expert panel hosted by well-known fashion and hair stylist Paul Carroll. Paul, a multi-award-winning fashion blogger and well-known judge of ‘best dressed’ competitions on the racing scene, will be there to impart style knowledge to all in the run-up to the big day….. Celebrating now over 50 years in business, the Du ..read more
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Anton McDonnellSean McDermott
Irish LGBT Weddings Magazine
by John
7M ago
Boyne Hill House Estate, Co. Meath The wedding of Anton McDonnell and Sean McDermott took place in a beautiful ceremony in Boyle Hill House Estate in county Meath surrounded by 100 friends and family. Photos courtesy of Memento Photography The Meet This story begins back in 2019 when the pair first encountered each other in L. Mulligan Grocer, Stoneybatter, Dublin. They had both been attending a concert in the capital when they stumbled across each other and immediately hit it off. It’s safe to say that sparks were flying in Dublin that night and as they say themselves “the rest is history ..read more
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Eddie Butler & James Skillen
Irish LGBT Weddings Magazine
by John
7M ago
Trim Castle Hotel, Co. Meath In early Spring 2022, the wedding of Roscommon native Eddie Butler and James Skillen, a resident of county Down, took place in a beautiful ceremony at Trim Castle Hotel in Co.Meath. Photos courtesy of David Moore Photography The Meet Enter Tinder in 2016. Student James was on his way back to college in Derry when he had a sneaky look on Tinder to see if there were any matches within close proximity. Enter Eddie who was working in Monaghan at the time. Thanks to a mutual swipe right, they matched with one another and quickly things took off. Soon after, they went on ..read more
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Gareth Macken & Robert Burke
Irish LGBT Weddings Magazine
by John
10M ago
Midlands Park Hotel, Co. Laois  Photos courtesy of Stephan Burke (brother of the groom) In May 2022, the wedding of Dublin natives Gareth Macken and Robert Burke took place at the Midlands Park Hotel in Laois to celebrate with the newlyweds. 40 of their closest family and friends joined them on the day.    The Meet  These two lovebirds first met back in 2008 through mutual friends at a party and continued to admire one another from afar until one night in 2011 where they got talking at the bar. Despite knowing within a few weeks that they’d each met their soulma ..read more
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Your Wedding, Your Way at Boyne Hill House
Irish LGBT Weddings Magazine
by John
1y ago
If you’re looking for a venue where you can put your unique stamp on your wedding celebrations, Boyne Hill House is the perfect choice. Here are just some of the many reasons why couples say choosing us was one of the best decisions they made in planning their big day. Exclusively Yours Boyne Hill House is a private Estate set in 38 acres of natural parklands and gardens complete with a Victorian walled ‘Secret Garden’. Unlike other wedding venues, it’s never shared, so you and your wedding party can enjoy full exclusivity. Overlooking the River Boyne, the setting is stunning – and yet we’re o ..read more
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Two proposals, two rings and a Yes
Irish LGBT Weddings Magazine
by DrewMedia
1y ago
Two proposals, two rings and a Yes  Claregalway Hotel, Co. Galway  Tina Collins & Kate O Flaherty   Photos by Cathy Gill   Tina Collins and Kate O Flaherty of Mervue in County Galway first crossed paths while both working as childcare practitioners in The Little Acorn crèche. They bonded over their love of buying shoes and “Grey’s Anatomy”. Their relationship went from strength to strength and it wasn’t long until they became an official couple in December 2017.   After two magical years of dating, Tina decided that a romantic road tri ..read more
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How to match your wedding style
Irish LGBT Weddings Magazine
by DrewMedia
1y ago
By Rachel Butler  For same sex couples, the expectations of what to wear on your wedding day are pretty straightforward, the woman wears a dress and the man wears a suit. However, when you are a same sex couple it can be slightly more difficult to have a cohesive combined look when it comes to both outfits. You have more flexibility and freedom in some ways, because nobody has specific expectations of your outfits, so use this to your advantage and create an amazing look that you’ll love for your special day. In this piece, we’ll be giving you some tips on how to match your wedding s ..read more
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Ellen MacMahon & Sarah Finnegan
Irish LGBT Weddings Magazine
by John
1y ago
Photos courtesy of Castadiva Wedding Photography and Film Killashee Hotel, Naas, Co. Kildare Ellen MacMahon from Naas, Kildare married the love of her life, Sarah Finnegan, a Carrickmacross native, on July 15, 2022, at the stunning Killashee Hotel in Naas. They had 110 guest attend and were supported by 3 bridesmen, 3 bridesmaids, 1 page boy and 2 flower girls and it was the most joyous day of their lives. The Beginning Ellen, a marine scientist and Sarah, a teacher, met online in 2015 and, quickly realising there was some chemistry, arranged their first date in Pantibar in Dublin that Christ ..read more
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Brian McMahon & Mark O’Shaughnessy 
Irish LGBT Weddings Magazine
by John
1y ago
Hotel Doolin, Co. Clare   Photos courtesy of Mrs Redhead Photography   On May 20, 2022, Limerick native Mark O’Shaughnessy and Clare man Brian McMahon became Mr and Mr in front of 205 close family and friends at Hotel Doolin in Co. Clare.    THE BACKGROUND   No strangers to weddings, Mark and Brian both worked at the Castletroy Park Hotel in Limerick at various points in their hospitality careers. It was through work friends that they were first introduced in 2013 but it wasn’t the romantic “sparks flew” story we are used to reading. These guys were ..read more
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