Florence Court

Florence Court weddings take place in a National Trust owned large 18th-century house and estate located 8 miles south-west of Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. It is set in the foothills of Cuilcagh Mountain. This beautiful mid-18th century house with its spectacular mountain views is a truly welcoming home with a warm atmosphere. Built in a lively classical style and embellished with superb rococo plasterwork, here lies a hidden gem when it comes to finding the perfect wedding venue.

These are among the top three reasons why Florence Court weddings are always unique and memorable events:

1. The octagonal Colonel’s Room with its coved ceiling and fine marble chimney piece is a superb setting for wedding ceremonies and formal dining. 

2. You can make full use of the breathtaking surroundings for your wedding photos. The formal Rose Garden provides a beautiful setting to create the perfect picture, and the more informal Pleasure Grounds provide a wonderful variety of settings to capture your special day with the magnificent slopes of Benaughlin Mountain in the backdrop.

3. The Blue Room which is located just off the first-floor landing in the main house is perfect for a more private dining experience for both you and your guests.

To see more of my wedding photography at Florence Court please visit my portfolio or contact me below.

Florence Court, Co Fermanagh, Ireland
Tel: +44 28 6634 8249

About Dylan McBurney

Dylan McBurney is an international award-winning wedding photographer covering the whole of Ireland from his base in Carrickfergus, County Antrim just north of Belfast in Northern Ireland. Dylan discovered wedding photojournalism after his own wedding in France to Caroline and after discovering the legendary work of the master of the decisive moment Henri Cartier-Bresson in 2004. Since then he has been finding his own decisive moments for his clients and looks forward to shooting every wedding he participates in.

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