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Dublin City Hall question

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    Registered Users Posts: 15,704 ✭✭✭✭ yourdeadwright


    Just a quick question

    Has anyone here got married in City hall Dublin and had there venue in the City Centre,

    I just wondering did you get a wedding car or what did you do ?

    The venue is just under 1.5 k away about a 17-20 minutes just over 5 minutes in a car , So doesn't seem like its worth it but then again it your wedding day so a once off,

    Just wondering what people do i general who get married in City Hall ,

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  • Mod Note: I just edited your title to specify it's Dublin you're talking about, as there are lots of City Halls 😉





  • If you could book a nice taxi you could get some great pictures.





  • The wedding I was at in city hall everyone walked: but the reception was in Fallon & Byrne so almost no distance and they got lovely photos of everyone walking together. I believe the bride arrived in a wedding car that was basically a nice vintage car owned by a family member, but they wouldn't have bothered with anything other than a taxi otherwise, and a taxi was got for a granny who couldn't really walk any distances.

    Another friend got married there, before I knew them, and I believe they also walked to their venue which was a little bit further away but I'd still say no more than a kilometre.





  • Not City Hall, but my sister is getting married in the Museum of Literature Ireland (Stephen's Green) and having her reception on Fitzwilliam Place and everybody is walking. We'll all be getting taxis to the ceremony venue to begin with and bride and groom have a friend with a very nice car delivering them.





  • We got married in Smock alley and then had reception in Donnybrook. Dad gave us a lift over. Everyone made their own way no trouble.



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