What is the best wedding venue in Ireland?

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Ballinacurra House has been named the best wedding venue in Ireland

Any Irish couples who are planning a wedding, or those from overseas thinking about tying the knot in Ireland should take note.

The best wedding venues in Ireland have been revealed at the 2017 weddingsonline Awards.

The big winner on the night was Cork’s Ballinacurra House, which was named the best wedding venue in Ireland.

Ballinacurra House, in Kinsale, is a luxury private estate set within a walled garden and 40 acres of woodlands and lawns.

It also won the Exclusive Venue of the Year award.

The black tie gala ceremony took place at Clontarf Castle and was hosted by actress and Dancing with the Stars contestant Aoibhín Garrihy.

Other big winners included Barberstown Castle in Kildare, which was named Castle Venue of the Year and Co. Leitrim’s The Landmark hotel, which won the Waterside Venue of the Year award.

The top hotel venues in each province were as follows; Radisson Blu Hotel and Spa, Sligo (Connaught), Rathsallagh Country House (Leinster), Garryvoe Hotel (Munster) and Lough Eske Castle (Ulster).

The ceremony also rewarded companies that excelled in several different aspects of creating a perfect wedding day such as; bridalwear, groomswear, jewellery, photography, cake design, entertainment.

Take a look at the full list of big winners from the award ceremony.

Bridalwear Supplier of the Year  Little White Dress – Dublin
Cake Designer of the Year  Amazing Cakes
Candy Buffet Supplier of the Year  Carolyn’s Sweets
Castle Venue of the Year  Barberstown Castle
Church Singer of the Year – Bridal by Nikki Kavanagh
DJ of the Year – Munster DJ Hire
Entertainer of the Year – Shane Black – Psychological Magician
Exclusive Venue of the Year – Ballinacurra House
Floral Designer of the Year – Wedding Flowers by Josephine
Groomswear Supplier of the Year – Suits You
Hair Stylist of the Year – Vow 2 Wow Bridal Hair
Hotel Venue of the Year Connaught  Radisson Blu Hotel and Spa, Sligo
Hotel Venue of the Year Leinster – Rathsallagh Country House
Hotel Venue of the Year Munster – Garryvoe Hotel
Hotel Venue of the Year Ulster – Lough Eske Castle
Jeweller of the Year – Bespoke Diamonds
Jewellery and Accessory Designer of the Year – Allure
Make Up Artist of the Year – Glamour By Dawn
Newcomer of the Year – Dublin Bridal House
Photo Booth Supplier of the Year – Instaglam Photobooths and Selfie Mirror
Photographer of the Year  DKPHOTO
Restaurant Venue of the Year – The Red Door Country House
Stationery Designer of the Year – Amore Wedding Stationery by Donna Gormley Design
Transport Supplier of the Year – TLC – The Limo Company
Venue Co-Ordinator of the Year – Ben and Andrezj – Garryvoe Hotel
Venue Décor and Event Stylist of the Year – I Do Candle Lighting
Videographer of the Year – Birds of a Feather
Waterside Venue of the Year – The Landmark Hotel
Wedding Planner of the Year – The Wedding Festival
Weddings Abroad Supplier of the Year – I Do Knot
Overall Venue of the Year – Ballinacurra House
Overall Wedding Supplier of the Year – DKPHOTO
Judges Commendations
Ballymagarvey Village
Four Seasons Hotel, Carlingford
The Brehon, Killarney
Four Seasons Hotel, Monaghan
Gary Barrett Photography
Megan Hughes – Four Seasons Hotel, Carlingford
Armada Hotel

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