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Dublin Central Inn

© Clonmel Park Hotel
Cahir Road Roundabout, Clonmel,
Co. Tipperary, E91 X0N7, Ireland

+353 52 6188700 info@clonmelparkhotel.com

Part of the Tetrarch Hospitality Group

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Top Tips

1. Planning the venue: 

Think about space. Although some venues will appear on paper to perfectly accommodate the number of guests in your wedding party, it is space for other elements of your celebration that need to be factored in. Your catering plans vastly alter how much room is needed for your guests and a live band or DJ will require additional setting up space. The Clonmel Park offers 2 rooms with different capacities to facilitate your magical day. Having had the honour to host hundreds of weddings to date we are the experts and can advise what layouts & designs will work best! 

2. Planning your dress: 

Don’t start in bridal shops start the search for your perfect bridal gown by trying on some party dresses? This allows you to work out the parts of your body that you are happy with and the parts you would rather disguise. It also lets you experiment with different fabrics and gives you the confidence to work out what you really like. 

3. Planning your shoes: 

Try them out. It's wise to wear your wedding shoes before the big day to make sure they’re comfy – and avoid getting blisters. If you’re worried about keeping them pristine, only wear them inside the house and tell your future hubby what you’re up to so he doesn’t peek!" 

4. Planning your diet: 

Don’t let dieting take over your day, all brides want to look amazing, but keep your goals realistic and sensible. If you starve yourself, or spend every waking moment in the gym, you’ll be exhausted and hungry by the time the wedding arrives and in no mood to party. Remember that your fiancé loves you just the way you are, so don’t set a weight goal. Then, whatever the outcome you’ll be happy with yourself. 

5. Planning your gift list: 

Seek inspiration for your gift list. Many couples already have functional items for their home. For gift ideas with the ‘wow factor’, buy interior design and home décor magazines and tear out pictures of the styles and looks you love. Decide on a style for each room at home and build your gift list around the items you’ll need to make it happen. 

6. Planning the budget: 

Budget for everything. When setting your wedding budget, don’t forget to factor in the cost of the honeymoon. If you can’t afford your dream holiday, then why not honeymoon at home? Speak with the team in the Clonmel Park Hotel and we can recommend one of our other sister properties for you to stay, relax & enjoy!    

7. Planning for the weather: 

Prepare for every eventuality. Don’t ignore the forecast. A little planning averts any soggy disasters. For example, ask your ushers to take old towels with them to the church. Then, when the last of the guests are seated, they can dry the floor so your dress doesn’t end up covered in muddy water. And don’t forget to pop a couple of umbrellas in the car, just in case it starts to pour down on the way to the church. 

8. Planning the decor: 

Double-up on design. Multipurpose design features save precious euros if budgets are tight. You could write each guest’s name on a piece of card and put them in little photo frames that serve as place settings - and the frames can be taken away as favours or you could dress your wedding cake table with wedding party bouquets. 

9. Planning for your guests: 

Get your guests together. A fantastic way to help guests get to know each other is to place a one line fact about each person on the back of their place card, and ask them to share it with the rest of the table. It could be the football team they support or the job they do, but making it amusing is the best way to get them socialising. 

10. Planning the ‘thank you' cards: 

Get personal. Personalised gifts really mean something to your parents and bridesmaids. "Flowers die and jewellery just isn’t that personal. My favourite thank you gifts are customised playlists from Audio Sushi, or framed engagement photographs taken by the wedding photographer. These gifts are personal and will always remind your loved ones of your wedding."

Top Tips

1. Planning the venue: 

Think about space. Although some venues will appear on paper to perfectly accommodate the number of guests in your wedding party, it is space for other elements of your celebration that need to be factored in. Your catering plans vastly alter how much room is needed for your guests and a live band or DJ will require additional setting up space. The Clonmel Park offers 2 rooms with different capacities to facilitate your magical day. Having had the honour to host hundreds of weddings to date we are the experts and can advise what layouts & designs will work best! 

2. Planning your dress: 

Don’t start in bridal shops start the search for your perfect bridal gown by trying on some party dresses? This allows you to work out the parts of your body that you are happy with and the parts you would rather disguise. It also lets you experiment with different fabrics and gives you the confidence to work out what you really like. 

3. Planning your shoes: 

Try them out. It's wise to wear your wedding shoes before the big day to make sure they’re comfy – and avoid getting blisters. If you’re worried about keeping them pristine, only wear them inside the house and tell your future hubby what you’re up to so he doesn’t peek!" 

4. Planning your diet: 

Don’t let dieting take over your day, all brides want to look amazing, but keep your goals realistic and sensible. If you starve yourself, or spend every waking moment in the gym, you’ll be exhausted and hungry by the time the wedding arrives and in no mood to party. Remember that your fiancé loves you just the way you are, so don’t set a weight goal. Then, whatever the outcome you’ll be happy with yourself. 

5. Planning your gift list: 

Seek inspiration for your gift list. Many couples already have functional items for their home. For gift ideas with the ‘wow factor’, buy interior design and home décor magazines and tear out pictures of the styles and looks you love. Decide on a style for each room at home and build your gift list around the items you’ll need to make it happen. 

6. Planning the budget: 

Budget for everything. When setting your wedding budget, don’t forget to factor in the cost of the honeymoon. If you can’t afford your dream holiday, then why not honeymoon at home? Speak with the team in the Clonmel Park Hotel and we can recommend one of our other sister properties for you to stay, relax & enjoy!    

7. Planning for the weather: 

Prepare for every eventuality. Don’t ignore the forecast. A little planning averts any soggy disasters. For example, ask your ushers to take old towels with them to the church. Then, when the last of the guests are seated, they can dry the floor so your dress doesn’t end up covered in muddy water. And don’t forget to pop a couple of umbrellas in the car, just in case it starts to pour down on the way to the church. 

8. Planning the decor: 

Double-up on design. Multipurpose design features save precious euros if budgets are tight. You could write each guest’s name on a piece of card and put them in little photo frames that serve as place settings - and the frames can be taken away as favours or you could dress your wedding cake table with wedding party bouquets. 

9. Planning for your guests: 

Get your guests together. A fantastic way to help guests get to know each other is to place a one line fact about each person on the back of their place card, and ask them to share it with the rest of the table. It could be the football team they support or the job they do, but making it amusing is the best way to get them socialising. 

10. Planning the ‘thank you' cards: 

Get personal. Personalised gifts really mean something to your parents and bridesmaids. "Flowers die and jewellery just isn’t that personal. My favourite thank you gifts are customised playlists from Audio Sushi, or framed engagement photographs taken by the wedding photographer. These gifts are personal and will always remind your loved ones of your wedding."

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