About Xena


Xena Productions has been featured in articles in VIP Magazine, Image Magazine, Irish Tatler Magazine, SQ Magazine, Food & Wine Magazine and the RTE Guide.

Over the years we have also featured in The Sunday Times, The Sunday Business Post, The Sunday Independent, Ireland on Sunday. Xena Productions has also been featured in daily newspapers including The Irish Examiner, The Irish Independent, The Irish Times, Dublin Daily, The Star, The Sun, The Mirror to name but a few.

Weddings by Tara Fay have featured in an array of Irish Wedding magazines along with Brides in the UK, Victoria magazine in the USA and also Hello magazines worldwide.

As Ireland’s premier party and wedding planner, Tara Fay appears regularly both on radio and TV, and has taken part in two documentaries based on wedding planners in conjunction with RTE and The Lifestyle Channel.


Publication Title: Irish Independent Weekend Magazine
Publication Date: Saturday, April 7th, 2001
Article Name: Taken as Wed!
Excerpt: “I tend to see it {planning weddings} in a theatre context. They {the couple} are the directors of the piece while I’m the stage manager running things up to the final moment.”

Publication Title: Irish Examiner
Publication Date: Friday, 6th April, 2001
Article Name: Aisle take care of all your needs, say the wedding planners
Excerpt: “People don’t have time anymore and then there’s the stress of putting on the perfect wedding....they come to us with an idea which they can’t organise on their own”

Publication Title: The Star W Magazine
Publication Date: Wednesday, March 28th, 2001
Article Name: Married to Their Job
Excerpt: “People getting married in their late 20s, and early 30s are working hard. They don’t want to have to spend their weekends viewing hotels, meeting musicians and phoning people”

Publication Title: Irish Examiner Money & Jobs
Publication Date: Friday, March 2nd, 2001
Article Name: Stage managing everyone’s perfect day
Excerpt: “One of her biggest selling points is the time savings she secures for her clients. Another is the peace of mind she provides during what is invariably a fraught and involved process”