Elopement weddings are one of the most popular alternatives for a traditional wedding. It is said that from the year 2014, one has seen a 60% rise in elopement weddings, especially in Ireland. Here are some of the most sought after locations for elopement weddings are mentioned below for the most extravagant wedding day.
Cliffs of Moher and O’Brien’s Tower
One of the most popular places for elopement weddings which has some of the most scenic and the most unusual wedding venues in Ireland. The scenery is breathtaking and is a place where pictures can speak for themselves. These cliffs are on the west coast of Ireland in Clare County, suitable wedding locations for the eloped. It is also one of the most popular places where you can find a lot of beauty and also engage in an intimate wedding in a magical manner.
Moher Tower At Hag’s Head
This is a place in the southerly point of the cliff of Moher at the end of a mohel walking trail. The distance between the two is one of the most popular elopement wedding venues. To access this, you might have to give a small fee but can provide you with access to some of the best wedding photographs. It offers closer access to some of the most spectacular cliff edges with a lower footfall to give your wedding the best place for an eloped wedding.
Muckross Abbey in Killarney National Park
Muckross Abbey is one of the oldest abbey ruins which is situated in the Killarney National Park. It has an inner courtyard which is surrounded by cloisters and is a perfect elopement spot where you can get married around great historical places. The park itself is spread across 25,425 acres of land and has a variety of awe-inspired features which include things like Ross castle which is surrounded by beautiful gardens and has a second castle with waterfalls, lakes and mountains surrounding the park. This is although not recommended for people who are looking for a private wedding.
Blasket Island Heritage Centre and Slea Head, Dingle
Blasket Island Heritage is a museum which was built in the memory of the community that use live on the island until they were forced to leave in1953. There is a centre which is licensed to hold onto the civil marriage ceremonies from an indoor space. The Blasket Island centre is only 10 minutes ride from the Slea Head which is Ireland’s most south-westerly point. It offers some of the most spectacular views of the ocean and rugged coastline. Although you might have to pay a small fee, the location is worth every penny. This is one of the best places if you are looking for a private ceremony.