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County KildareSWPP BPPA Wedding Venues

Friday 24th October 2014  




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County Kildare Wedding Venues

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County Kildare

  1. Barberstown Castle - Wedding Venue - Barberstown Castle - County Kildare
  2. Carton House - Wedding Venue - Carton House - County Kildare
  3. Clanard Court Hotel - - Clanard Court Hotel - County Kildare
  4. Harbour Hotel & Restaurant - Wedding Venue - Harbour Hotel & Restaurant - County Kildare
  5. Harristown House - - Harristown House - County Kildare
  6. Keadeen Hotel - Wedding Venue - Keadeen Hotel - County Kildare
  7. Kilkea Castle Hotel - Wedding Venue - Kilkea Castle Hotel - County Kildare
  8. Killashee House and Villa Spa - Wedding Venue - Killashee House and Villa Spa - County Kildare
  9. Killashee House Hotel & Villa Spa - Kilcullen rd Naas Hotel - Killashee House Hotel & Villa Spa - County Kildare
  10. Killashee House Hotel & Villa Spa - Wedding Venue - Killashee House Hotel & Villa Spa - County Kildare
  11. Leixlip Manor & Gardens - - Leixlip Manor & Gardens - County Kildare
  12. Moyvalley Estate - Balyna House & Moyvalley Hotel - Wedding Venue - Moyvalley Estate - Balyna House & Moyvalley Hotel - County Kildare
  13. Moyvalley Hotel - Wedding Venue Moyvalley - Moyvalley Hotel - County Kildare
  14. Osprey Hotel + Spa - Devoy Quarter Naas Hotel - Osprey Hotel + Spa - County Kildare
  15. Post Stand House Hotel - Wedding Venue - Post Stand House Hotel - County Kildare
  16. Setanta House Hotel - Wedding Venue - Setanta House Hotel - County Kildare
  17. Springfield Hotel - - Springfield Hotel - County Kildare
  18. Strand House Hotel - Wedding Venue - Strand House Hotel - County Kildare
  19. The Hazel Hotel - Wedding Venue - The Hazel Hotel - County Kildare
  20. The Westgrove Hotel - - The Westgrove Hotel - County Kildare


Wedding Trivia:
FLOWERS
From the earliest times, brides have adorned their hair with flowers and carried bunches of flowers. Traditionally, each type of flower had a special meaning and significance in and of itself. Flowers were often thrown at the couple after the ceremony. However today, most brides pick their flowers for color and personal appeal not based on the traditional meaning of particular flowers.

 

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