The party was well and truly underway on the streets of the capital last night after the historic announcement.
Tens of thousands of people toasted the result of the same sex marriage referendum on the streets of Dublin.
The party began in earnest shortly before midday after tallies predicted a victory for the 'Yes' vote.
Thousands of supporters flocked to Dublin Castle throughout the day, where they cheered the official declaration that the the motion calling for a change to the constitution allowing same sex couples to marry had been passed.
Scenes of joy were replicated in cities and towns across the country yesterday evening.
In Dublin, hundreds of Yes Campaigners flocked to Ireland's unofficial gay Mecca; Panti Bar, today to watch the votes slowly roll in.
"There is no where I would rather be," Colm Dorris (23) Belfast said. "I travelled down to hear the result and made a beeline here."
Twins sisters Lynda O'Sullivan and Sharon Carroll were beaming as Dublin South East declared a resounding Yes Vote.
"My sister walked me down the aisle in February," Lynda said. "And now some day I will be able to return the favours. It's an amazing day for equality and for Ireland."
Having chit chatted with Miriam O'Callaghan in Dublin Castle, The Queen of Ireland, Miss Panti Bliss arrived to thunderous applause.
"I want to thank you all for everything you have done," she said standing on the bar.
Outside news anchor Aengus MacGrianna embraced his husband Terry Gill. "This means everything," he said.
"It's a great day for Ireland's gay community, it means the world to all of us. I am proud of Ireland and delighted with the result."
Over in rival gay bar, The George, Vincent Browne and Bosco were taking turns entertaining the crowds.
"This is going to be a bit of an all nighter," Davey Quinliven, 26, Ennis said. "We've campaigned for days on end so it's time to celebrate."
With a resounding Yes Vote in the bag all eyes turned to the Eurovision. "Okay so we didn't get through to the final," Camille Ross, 30, Bray said.
"But you can't win them all. We'll just be cheering on the kitsch dance numbers and making a little bit of history""
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