5 Gorgeous Venues For Gay & Lesbian Weddings In Ireland

The Blue Room in The Dean is one venue for Gay and lesbian weddings in Ireland

You’ve popped the question, they said yes, now what? We’ve got you covered if you’re looking for some gorgeous venues for gay and lesbian weddings in Ireland


Tying the knot but want something different from the standard hotel experience? Check out one of these culturally creative venues!


The Blue Room in The Dean

The Blue Room in The Dean is one venue for Gay and lesbian weddings in Ireland
The Blue Room in The Dean. 33 Harcourt St, Dublin 2.


If you’re looking for a gorgeous urban wedding spot, smack bang in the middle of the city, with a seriously arty bent, look no further than The Dean’s Blue Room, a seriously beautiful space that can accommodate all-day events or evening-only celebrations – whatever works for you.

The venue hosts 60 people for an intimate dinner, and it can build to 120 people for dancing later. The room features three projectors, state of the art AV and all the things you need to create something unique and special.

On the following day, how about an awesome Argentinian BBQ? Book out the amazing terrace in Sophie’s, lounge on the day beds and quaff some delicious cocktails while the chef whips up a mouth-watering feast for you and your guests.

To nd out more or for a tour, call 01 607 8110 or email: [email protected]


The Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA)

The Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) is one venue for Gay and lesbian weddings in Ireland
IMMA. The Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Military Road, Dublin 8.


There is nowhere in Dublin, or Ireland, like The Royal Hospital Kilmainham. As a wedding venue it completely astonishes everyone. Set in the stately grandeur of landscaped gardens, IMMA is a lavish and charming wedding venue over owing with style and splendour.

Within its 48 acres, you will uncover a unique blend of the traditional and the contemporary, making it an opulent and easily accessible location for your special day.

Weddings at IMMA might range in size from 50 to 1,100 guests but they all have one thing in common: they are all spectacular.

For a tour of this extensive and unrivalled 17th century facility, call Catherine or Anthony on (01) 6129903, email: [email protected]


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The National Gallery of Ireland

The National Gallery of Ireland Georgian Townhouse is one venue for Gay and lesbian weddings in Ireland
The National Gallery of Ireland Georgian Townhouse. No. 5 South Leinster Street, Dublin 2.

Part of the National Gallery of Ireland’s complex is the beautifully restored Georgian Townhouse at No. 5 South Leinster Street.

Ideally situated in the heart of the city, No. 5 is a stylish venue for civil ceremonies and can accommodate wedding parties of up to 40 people for a ceremony followed by a drinks reception, lunch or dinner.

They can also arrange guided tours of the national collection of ne art to add a unique dimension to your special day.

For more, contact Sinead Leahy at (01) 663 3512, email: [email protected]


Bellinter House

Bellinter House is one venue for Gay and lesbian weddings in Ireland
Bell inter House. Navan, Co. Meath.

The setting and arty style of Bellinter House create a wonderfully relaxed, informal, warm and welcoming atmosphere.

A stunning 18th century Georgian manor on the banks of the River Boyne, this romantic venue is the perfect choice with sweeping lawns, ancient trees and secluded spots.

Say your vows in the vaulted ceremony room or under the ancient weeping beech tree. Greet your guests with drinks in the magni cent Drawing Room. Enjoy a delicious meal from the award winning kitchen, followed by some dancing in the Refectory with doors leading out to your own private gardens. Mingle with your guests over a late night drink and a sing-song in the Main House.

For more details or to arrange a tour, call 046 903 0900, email: [email protected]

Smock Alley

Smock Alley is one venue for Gay and lesbian weddings in Ireland
Smock Alley. Exchange Street Lower, Temple Bar, Dublin 8.

The restored 17th-century Smock Alley Theatre has to be experienced to be understood. The stained- glass-windowed Banquet Hall is a spacious and ornate place along the banks of the Liffey and as a former church was the scene for many Irish weddings. The acoustics for music are unparalleled and it’s fully licensed too, so you and your guests can wed and celebrate until 11pm.

Dine on a candlelit banquet (think fresh fish, local cheeses and decadent desserts) with excellent wines. Plus, the cobblestones of Cow’s Lane, the grounds of the nearby Dublin Castle and St. Patrick’s Cathedral make for quite the photo backdrop.

The Smock Alley Banquet Hall is HSE licensed for civil ceremonies, and church style pew seating for up to 100 guests is provided, along with top table, lighting and sound equip for €1,500.

For more, contact Conor Byrne at (01) 677 0014, email: [email protected]

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