About Bridal Bible
Hi! Welcome to Bridal Bible, Ireland’s Wedding Gown Gospel.
Bridal Bible in a Nutshell
Inspired by founder, Claire Durnin’s own wedding dress search, Bridal Bible is the first bridal website to focus exclusively on wedding gowns and exclusively on Ireland.
Our mission is to inform brides of the who, the what and the where in gown designers and retailers in Ireland.
For brides, Bridal Bible is the answer to the first question: ‘Where Do I Start?’ For boutiques and designers it’s a way to visibility in an overcrowded online space.
Bridal Bible’s focuses are style and fashion. It presents a current picture of the full range of gowns available in Ireland and allows brides to browse and search using modern and relevant search terms that everyone can relate to.
Bridal Bible doesn’t show every wedding gown stocked in Ireland, nor does it want to (it’s strictly anti-information overload). What it does provide, is a current, easily navigated and stylish presentation of the range of gown types available in Ireland and where they can be purchased.
How Bridal Bible Works
- Gown Search Browse Irish wedding gowns using modern and relevant searches including ‘By Style Icon’, ‘By Style’ and ‘By Irish Bride’, ‘By Boutique’, ‘By Designer’ and ‘By Price Range’.
- Bespoke Search Focus on exactly what you want and select more details including dress length, silhouette, arm details and much more.
- Wishlist Save your favourite gowns to your very own wishlist. This is a printable list for brides of suppliers to visit and dresses to try on including location details. You can share it, print it or save it!
- Irish Brides Section Browse images of gorgeous Irish girls and get details of where they found their gowns.
Submit your Wedding Photos Be included in our Irish Brides Section – We’d love to have you!
Bride of the Month Enter our competition by clicking here and have your very own feature on Bridal Bible!
We hope you like what we’ve created! We’re really excited about it!
The Bridal Bible Team
Claire Durnin – Creative Director
Having had to set aside her true calling to be a famous Hollywood actress in order to pursue more gainful employment, Claire spent 10 years working as a Corporate Lawyer before giving in to her love of fashion and beginning work on Bridal Bible. For Bridal Bible, Claire is responsible for the editorial, marketing and advertising sales – and well everything really!
Deaglan Campbell – Web Designer
Deaglan is a web designer extraordinaire and Creative Director of Soup, the awesome design company. Deaglan and his wife Tara have an extremely cute baby boy called Cailean. For Bridal Bible, Deaglan created the branding and designed the website.
If you’d like to chat to Deaglan give him a call on +353 (0)87 767 4073, email him email@example.com
at or visit his website at www.soup.ie
Clodagh Harvey – Fashionista
Clodagh is an awesome friend of Claire’s and is a straight talking fashionista without whom Claire would not have had half as much fun in the development of Bridal Bible.
Tanya Cullen – Photographer
Alasdair McBroom – Photographer
Alasdair is a genius with a camera and is founder of Big Glass Eye Photography. You can call him on +44 (0)7515 360802, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit his website at www.bigglasseye.co.uk
Pawel Bebenca – Photographer
Pawel is a great photographer, you can see more of his work at www.pawelbebenca.com
or call him on +353 86 892 3406 or email him at email@example.com
WENN.com is the supplier of all Bridal Bible's gorgeous Style Icon images. Thanks to our lovely account manager Lynne Cornwall. Visit WENN at www.wenn.com
Bridal Bible Images
We are very careful to credit all images correctly to the photographer, but in the event that we have used an image of yours and you’d rather it not be published, please contact is at firstname.lastname@example.org
and we will be happy to remove it. If you wish to use any of the images you find here on your own website please ask permission. If you wish to reproduce any content from Bridal Bible (other than by linking to us, which is fine) please get in touch first.