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Bellinter House Wedding


The setting and style of Bellinter House create a relaxed, informal, warm and welcoming atmosphere. This 18th-century Georgian manor is set on the banks of the River Boyne in Navan Co.Meath. For a wedding with a contemporary twist on the country house retreat, Bellinter brings 21st Century style to a classic Palladian mansion. Fancy a pool party on day two of your wedding? Board games, billiards or bbq? Bellinter’s staff go out of their way to get creative.

Just 30 minutes from Dublin, with sweeping lawns, ancient trees and secluded spots, Bellinter House is an ideal romantic setting for your wedding. The house can be booked exclusively for you on the day and weddings at Bellinter are unique and a reflection of your own personality and style. There are 35 guestrooms in total.


Getting Married in Ireland. Something to bear in mind, while searching for the perfect venue, is the ceremony itself – the most important part of the entire wedding day. Whether you wish to have a religious or civil ceremony, the ceremony will have some bearing on your choice of venue, so before you make the all-important decision, have a glance through our key points about the requirements for marriage ceremonies. This information is intended only as a brief overview of the current process to get you started, please refer to the websites at the bottom of each section for a full up-to-date explanation of the requirements

In Belinter House you have at least three options for a beautiful ceremony location. You can have it outdoors under the massive oak tree at front of the house where most of the ceremonies happen and it’s a truly amazing location for tying the knot. Another great choice is a yard at the back of the house with magnificent views of the Boyne River. Just in case of rain or cold you can always use the inside ceremony room in Bellinter House.


The drinks reception in Bellinter House is the perfect setting to create an afternoon cocktail party, with stylish indoor furniture of funky armchairs, vintage sofas, pretty cushions and armfuls of wildflowers. The banquet: fairy lights, tables are surrounded by artfully mismatched chairs, laid with hessian runners and styled with rustic table numbers and eclectic vases full of delicate blooms and trailing greenery.


Bellinter House has been an amazing wedding venue for Fiona and Damo. With an outdoor ceremony on the grounds of Bellinter House and the first dance in the backyard of the venue. I know it all sound incredible! This couple really crafted this wedding celebration above all. The attention to detail is second to none but more important was the atmosphere around them. I did enjoy photographing this nuptial in Bellinter House. Bride style is something that deserves applause for sure! Her dress was really amazing.

But there are always people and their emotions, and reactions and this is what is most important for me as a photographer to show you all these moments. Of course, I value also some details, beautifully crafted dresses, and groom outfits and I think it’s always worth showing it, to let others be inspired. Ok, no more talk, photography is about vision, so in the below photographs, you can see. If you looking for similar wedding venues to Bellinter House you can check The Millhouse or Tankardstown House. Both are located in the same area.

I’m a little behind with blogging right now. I hope to have a chance to show you some of those incredible brides and grooms. Not only their style approach to the wedding but also how they change different venues to reflect their personality. I hope to get some advice and a few words of wisdom for you all who are planning a wedding. I want to show you in these photographs how the venue can be transformed. In conclusion how your creativity can change into something special.