If you love urban environments, getting married in the heart of Belfast can be a great idea! The iconic sights, colourful murals, amazing food and exciting venues make Belfast such a great option.

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Belfast City Centre

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The ceremony

Everything in a wedding is personal preference but the most popular venue for the ceremony is Belfast city hall. It’s stain glass windows and big staircase make for some beautiful architecture. The ceremony won’t last long giving you more time for partying!

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Other options are a church close by or having your ceremony at one of Belfast’s amazing venues. Here’s just a few venues that offer space for your ceremony:
Merchant Hotel, Ten Square Hotel, Malone Lodge, S.S. Nomadic Boat, Titanic Building,  Ulster Museum, Ulster Hall, Queens University, Belfast Barge and many more.

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Belfast City Centre

S.S Nomadic

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Photographs

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Belfast offers some really amazing spots for your wedding photographs. Having shot many weddings and engagement shoots in the city I have discovered some of the best and most unique places, from rooftops to alleyways and local street art, Belfast will show of the culture it’s most famous for in your wedding photos. 

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Belfast City Centre

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Reception venues

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Belfast is well known for its food and culture and its venues are no strangers to carrying on this mantle! From michelin star restaurants to 5 star hotels there is something to suit everyone. Here are some great places to hold your reception:
Deans at Queens, James Street South, Oh Yeah Music Centre, Malmason, Carbaret Supper Club, The Appartment, The Barking Dog, The MAC and many more, including all of the above ceremony venues.

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Belfast City Centre

Oh Yeah Music Centre reception

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To see more of Matt & Michelle’s Wedding at the Oh Yeah centre click here, and to see more of Sarah and Ben’s wedding at The Malmason Hotel you can click here.