A COUPLE hosted a wedding with a huge bonus in Dublin after booking out the Luas for guests.

The happy couple used the tram to transport guests to St Stephen’s Green Park for a sing-song and photo shoot.


The couple rented out the Luas for their guestsThe wedding guests were transported to St Stephen's Green for a singalong


The wedding guests were transported to St Stephen’s Green for a singalong

Over 250 guests were transported over to the park and they kept up high spirits on the way by chanting along to Chapel of Love by The Dixie Cups.

Once the wedding guests reached Stephen’s Green they were kept entertained by a lively band before posing for a huge group photo.

Taking to TikTok under @thefennells, a group of wedding experts shared the beautiful event.

Writing over the video, they said: “This couple brought all their wedding guests out to the Luas stop and nobody knew why.

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“They booked out the Luas for all 250 guests to travel to the next location. To Stephen’s Green Park for a singalong and a group photo.”

And people flocked to the comments in awe at the wonderful idea.

One said: “This is brilliant.”

Another added: “Congratulations! So creative and cool.”

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A third said: “Congratulations. What a fab idea, the singsongs and all, what more could you want, absolutely beautiful.”

Separately, a wedding planning account has shared their top tips for the big day, including advice on music and DJs.

Laura, who posts on TikTok as @myweddingwhizz, uploaded a video detailing handy wedding hacks to know.

She captioned it: “What guests really love at a wedding.”


Users shared their advice for when it comes to the music in the evening. A DJ commented on his great invention for including a wide range of songs on the night.

He said: “I’m a wedding DJ and I have an app I give to clients – so add music and share with guests then I know all the music is picked by people at the wedding.”

Another user had a great idea for including everyone on the dance floor.

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They said: “Another way I’m getting our guests involved, I’ve asked all of them to request a song that will get them dancing at the reception.”

The wedding planner also gave some handy advice for when it comes to booking bands and playing music.

People loved the idea


People loved the idea


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