Kelly and Mike had an emotional and amazing wedding ceremony and reception at Ballymagarvey Village, Meath just 20 minutes outside Dublin. Before are a selection of photographs from their wedding day. The groom and groomsmen do prepared in Dublin City Centre and made the quick spin north on the M2. The Bride and Bridesmaid made full use of the excellent preparation facilities at Ballymagarvey. Bridal Party photographs were taken on the grounds of Ballymagarvey.
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Ballymagarvey Village is one of Meath/Dublin’s most popular venues, and offering all you need for a fantastic wedding day you can see why. From Dublin City Centre it is a brief 30 minute spin (just 10 minutes past Tayto Park if you fancy a go on a roller coaster). The grounds are pristine, front of the main house has a small foot bridge, the back has full foliage tunnelled archway, the courtyard lit with fire pits at night and water feature by the banqueting room.
The main house maintain the traditional facade and interior that has a welcoming and comfortable feel, prefect for a drinks reception. On the far side of the court yard is the banqueting area in a converted traditional stone barn structure that creates an intimate setting for dining. Accommodation is plentiful and the staff are more than accommodating.