Your wedding in Powerscourt House, Wicklow.
More information to celebrate your wedding in Powerscourt House, Wicklow.
Powerscourt House is a five-star wedding venue in Wicklow, Ireland.
It is voted in the top ten of houses and mansions in the Lonely Planet guide. And also on my list of best wedding venues in Ireland.
So this is my guide for your wedding at Powerscourt House, Wicklow which is only a short drive from Dublin city center.
Have a look at the photos of this historic place, one of the best wedding venues in Ireland, with its stunning views and romantic atmosphere.
Exclusive Dublin wedding venue
Powerscourt House is an Exclusive wedding venue just 45 minute from Dublin.
It definitely has the perfect photo backgrounds being surrounded by the Wicklow Mountains and it’s Italian inspired garden that is known all over the world.
Come allonge and give your family and friends this unique experience.
Your wedding celebration in Powerscourt House will be one of the best in Ireland.
If you are having a civil ceremony in the marble room, your wedding at Powerscourt house will be a very relaxed experience. With the Georgian Ballroom just a few steps away, your guests don’t have to walk far to start celebrating.
For sunny, warm days you can have your ceremony in the Rose garden or if you prefer a catholic service the pictoresc blue church of Kilternan is just a few minutes drive away.
Accommodation is available at the five star luxury Powerscourt Hotel. Just a five minutes walk away. Powerscourt hotel offers more than 150bedrooms, a spa and two golf courses. Fine dining and a traditional pub is available for your day after celebrations.
Powerscourt House is wheelchair accessible.
Theme and Style
A photoshoot to show you some inspiration for your wedding in Powerscourt house.
If you prefer a real wedding head over to Yasmin and Koray’s Romantic Summer wedding.
Your wedding at Powerscourt House
(By Maria, The Event Design Company)
Inspired by a real Princess
If you’re looking for an elegant, timeless theme for your own upcoming wedding, surely a real royal couple’s visit to Ireland can serve as your inspiration.
This photoshoot was heavily influenced by Princess Grace and Prince Rainier’s visit to attend “Le Bal de Petits Lits Blancs” held in very same Powerscourt House in 1965.
In keeping with that historic event’s style and glamour, we opted for a classic and romantic theme that hinted at a royal occasion yet avoided any fussiness or obvious royal wedding cues.
Making her as eye-catching as Princess Grace was that day, our bride’s stunning wedding dress from Marian Gale was augmented with an elegant Kinnor headband made from dozens of flowers individually hand-wired onto a silver double band, wrapped with satin ribbon. Graciously allowing his bride to be the belle of the ball, the groom looked elegant and understated in a stunning royal blue velvet dinner jacket from Louis Copeland.
The luxurious, royal blue theme was also carried over into the table’s rich and vibrant blue and gold colour scheme. It features tapered Ester & Erik candles as well as exquisite stationery from Calligraphy by Laura.
The couple, table and event were styled by Maria from The Event Design Company.
If you are hoping to get married in a luxury wedding venue, remember Powerscourt House is not only one of Ireland’s most unique and gorgeous venues, it’s one fit for a Prince and Princess / with a little royal history
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Yasmin and Koray’s Summer wedding
at Powerscourt House (coming soon)