Is double-barreled the way forward?
Dear! Fifi! Dear! Fifi!
The law change followed a challenge by an Ireland footballer.
The bride looked lovely in silk.
The coin was handed into Ballincollig Garda Station and the Youghal couple have now got it back.
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Some gaff for a white wedding.
There but for the grace of God.
Northern Irish couples are the ‘bread and butter’ of some regional hoteliers.
If only we all had neighbours like this.
This looks aaaamazing.
Marriage equality became law on 9 December with overwhelming support in Parliament.
Kenmare livestock mart hopes to let you put a ring on it … in their ring.
Ireland’s myriad donut shops: Are you listening?
Give it to us straight. Be honest.
“Your wedding is gorgeous hun, where did you get it?” “Aw thanks love, Penneys.”
He did it in a big pot in his house. SCREAM!
Say it with cheese.
Many couples are moving away from the traditional ‘hotel ballroom’ approach. The Wedding Expert tells us more.
Most Irish wedding accident ever.
Life lessons for your fourth decade.
The Crowe Horwath Annual Ireland Hotel Survey for 2015 shows that the average room rate for hotels across Ireland now stands at €92.15.
Wedding season is in full swing, and you’ve definitely encountered at least one of these people.
The bride got an email informing her of the hotel’s closure on the way to her hen party.
Your poor, poor feet.
The Aherlow House Hotel closed last week, affecting the wedding plans of more than 40 couples.
The receiver has said customers should be refunded.
You literally could not be more Irish.
The property had originally gone on the market for €7 million.
Any couples who got married abroad will also automatically have their marriages recognised here.
This photographer has caused a social media storm for telling wedding guests to leave their phones at home
Photographer Thomas Stewart appeared to hit a nerve with his recent Facebook post. Do you agree?
He got his big wedding, she got her quick ceremony.
Is this acceptable behaviour?
We vowed to take it easy and not rush but the minute I could I was scouring websites for ideas. My Facebook feed is already filled with wedding supplier ads and we find our weekends are spent venue hunting, writes newly engaged Pamela Tully.