One Fab Day have announced their top 100 list for 2016 and Horetown House has made it in as one of the top country house wedding venues in Ireland.
Classic luxury and elegance is the order of the day as five star city hotels, historic estates and country houses are revealed as some of the new venues making their way into the One Fab Day 100 Best Wedding Venues 2016 guide this year.
There are 16 new venues included for the first time in this year’s handpicked guide of the ‘best of the best’ spots to get hitched around the country. A country lodge, boutique city hotel and castle are just some of the new locations to make it on to this exclusive list.
While rustic weekend affairs are still on the cards, 2016 will be the year boho gets uber chic. The two day wedding is making way for the polished and perfect one day extravaganza. Artisan foods, craft beers and Downton Abbey inspired style are becoming must-haves at Irish weddings, with the same budget being spent on just one day. Who says the same amount of champagne can’t be polished off in half the time?!
What’s a wedding without a venue? The first thing on couples’ minds is finding the perfect location to say “I Do”. One Fab Day have done the hard work and selected the 100 best wedding venues in Ireland in one beautiful independent guide. Chosen personally by the team at One Fab Day, the guide features the most elegant, creative and special venues around Ireland. The One Fab Day 100 Best Wedding Venues 2016 is an essential guide for anyone saying ‘I Do’ and is available to download now at www.OneFabDay.com.
One Fab Day has scoured the country to ensure only the very best have been included in the guide. Completely independent and curated by the editorial team, it’s the best tool available for picking your wedding venue. Every budget, style and size is catered for, with unusual and unique venues that you may never have imagined included, from cathedrals, castles and private islands to country estates.
Commenting on the launch, Susan Gallagher, Co-Founder and Creative Director of One Fab Day said: “Over the last number of years we’ve seen the locations of Irish weddings become more and more creative. 2016 is no different and we will continue to see a move away from the traditional style of venue.. This year, classic elegance and luxury will win out in the form of castles and country estates as we see a move away from the rustic weddings that had become popular in recent years.”
The 2016 guide features 16 fabulous new venues handpicked from across the country. It also includes advice on how to choose the right style of venue to suit every couple’s needs, ensuring they get off to the right start when planning their special day. Venues are categorised by province and broken down by specific style: exclusive hire venues; country house hotels; boutique hotels; restaurants; private venues and the more unusual or eclectic venues.