Slane Castle | Intimate Weddings | Wedding Photography

Are you thinking about small, intimate wedding in co Meath Ireland? Then check the Slane Castle – one of the most exciting historic buildings on the island. This intimate wedding venue is just perfect for your wedding photography!

Why Slane Castle?

Slane Castle is an exclusive intimate wedding venue set within a 1500-acre estate. It offers each client exclusive use of this beautiful venue for their wedding day. For example the King’s Ballroom which seats 80 – 100 guests or the Gandon Room seating 64 guests.

Exclusive hire of Slane Castle allows you to use all adjacent rooms, such as the elegant Morning Room, Main Castle Hall as well as the Castle Dining and Drawing rooms. The extensive gardens, woodland, courtyard and gothic arches provide the perfect backdrop for your wedding photography.

Small Intimate Weddings

Currently Slane Castle offers Wedding Packages for intimate weddings of up to 25 & 50 people. With a choice of two banqueting rooms, Slane Castle is the perfect place to celebrate your day with your closest family and Friends in relaxed and elegant surroundings.

Perfect Setting

To sum up: a choice of stunning rooms within the castle combines to create the perfect setting for your wedding ceremony and celebrations.

Photographer Renata Dapsyte

Historic Slane castle front view when coming through the main gate surounded by grass field and blue sky

Wedding coule at tje historical Slane Castle red main door

Slane Castle tower view from the ground

Slane Castle in county Meath in Ireland view from the back

Wedding couple kissing each other in front of historical Slane Castle in co Meath Ireland on a cloudy day

Historical Slane Castle view from the woods while walking on the path on a cloudy day

Wedding couple hugging each other and walking towards the Slane Castle where they gonna have a wedding dinner

Slane Castle whiskey distillery front view with the castle owner's son walking through the arch

Slane Castle Wedding Couple kissing each other while owner's son Alex Conyngham son of Lord Henry Mountcharles walking past them under the arch

Daffodills blooming in front of Slane Castle on a cloudy day

Slane Castle in Co Meath building surrounded by bushes and flowers

bride dressed in white dress heading towards the slane Castle with red carpet on the stairs for her civil wedding ceremony

Slane Castle in Ireland front brown wooden door with red carpet ready for wedding ceremony

Slane Castle whiskey distillery tower watch

Slane Castle whiskey distillery building front view early in the spring

Slane Castle King George IV’s Ballroom with chair set up ready for the civil wedding ceremony

Slane Castle King George IV’s Ballroom with chair set up ready for the civil wedding ceremony with flowers on the chair

Slane Castle King George IV’s Ballroom with harpist playing in it.

 

Wedding cake and cupkaces at the Slane Castle Gandon Room during the wedding dinner.

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