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WIN! Ireland's First LGBTQ Wedding At The Meeting House

By fiodhna_hm

December 20, 2016 at 12:10am


So, it happened. We did it. We've become the first country on this planet to approve marriage equality by popular vote – and boy, have we had massive smiles on our faces ever since!

So to celebrate, we've teamed up with The Meeting House to offer the very first LGBTQ wedding to take place at their venue once the appropriate legislation has been passed – absolutely free of charge!

One lucky couple will be able will receive free and exclusive use of the cool venue for their wedding day and night, with a prize that is worth thousands of euros.

The winning couple will also receive catering for their wedding party, served by a dedicated team of staff, complimentary bottles of prosecco for the top table, as well as a DJ and dancing 'til late.

Hair styling mavericks TONI&GUY will also be on hand to ensure that the wedding party have their hair picture perfect for the big day.

The Meeting House has slate walls and steel-work punctuated with striking and colourful street art, moody lighting and eclectic tunes, making it the perfect alternative wedding venue for couples seeking something a little bit different.

How To Win

  • It's simple – just tell us the story of you and your partner as per the instructions below. We'll pick our favourite five, and then put it to a public vote! If you have questions, just email [email protected] and we'll do our best to answer.

Best of luck!

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