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Wedding Celebrants in Ireland

Each wedding celebrant is a registered solemnisers with the HSE in  the Republic of Ireland and  we have registered officiants with the GRO in Northern Ireland, so can all legally marry you on your special day, any day of the week.

We work with you to plan the perfect ceremony that is just right for you both as a couple. Whether you are from Ireland or planning an elopement or your wedding from abroad and looking for a wedding celebrant you can trust, then look no further.

Don’t just take our word for it…

We have a very easy to follow, 4 step process!

We understand this is all new to you and it can be a bit overwhelming trying to navigate this process for the first time, but don’t worry, we’re here to help!

To get started, just follow our 4 step process below.

  • Make an enquiry

    Check with us to see if we are available to officiate at your wedding ceremony.

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  • Notice of intention

    Contact the relevant authority to give your notice of intention to marry

    See below on Getting Married in Ireland.

  • Meet your wedding celebrant

    We meet with you to discuss your unique ceremony. From here on we, along with your full input, tailor the full service to your requirements while observing the spiritual aspects to the wedding service as required by the Rites of the Spiritualist Union of Ireland.

  • Say I do!

    On the day of your ceremony, your celebrant performs the ceremony, that has been written With You, For You and About You.

Getting Married in Ireland

Our celebrants cover both Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

For further information on getting married in Ireland click the relevant jurisdiction below for further details.

Details for the Republic of Ireland

In the Republic of Ireland the Civil registration Act 2015, permits marriage between two people regardless of gender.

You need to give a minimum of 3 months notice to the HSE of your intention to marry, we suggest you do this as soon as you have your venue and have us booked as your celebrant. We fall under the religious catagory on the list of registered solemnisers

You need to give notice to your local HSE Births Deaths and Marriages office. If you live abroad you can do your notice by post and follow up with a face to face appointment.

You will need: Passport as ID, Birth Certificate, If either party has been married before (divorced or widowed), PPS Numbers, Fee for notification. Additional documentation may be required in some cases.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE ABOVE LIST IS NOT EXHAUSTIVE. ALL COUPLES SHOULD CHECK DIRECTLY WITH THE REGISTRAR.

Civil Ceremonies (performed by HSE Registrar) can only take place Monday to Friday excluding Bank Holidays, where as Spiritual Ceremonies are 7 days a week, Civil venues have to be pre-approved, venues for Spiritual Ceremonies don’t need pre-approval.

Details for the Northern Ireland

In Northern Ireland the Northern Ireland (Executive Formation etc) Act 2019 changed the existing legislation to permit marriage between two people regardless of gender.

You need to give a minimum of 28 notice to the GRO of your intention to marry, we suggest you do this as soon as you have your venue and have us booked as your celebrant. Your Marriage Schedule (Marriage licence) will be issued no less than 14 days before your ceremony. We fall under the religious catagory on the list of registered officiants

You need to give notice to your local Births Deaths and Marriages office. If you live abroad you can do your notice by post and follow up with a face to face appointment.

You will need: Passport as ID, Birth Certificate, If either party has been married before (divorced or widowed), Fee for notification. Additional documentation may be required in some cases.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE ABOVE LIST IS NOT EXHAUSTIVE. ALL COUPLES SHOULD CHECK DIRECTLY WITH THE REGISTRAR.

Civil Ceremonies (performed by Registrar) can only take place Monday to Saturday excluding Bank Holidays, where as Spiritual Ceremonies are 7 days a week, Civil venues are restricted to certain buildings, Spiritual Ceremonies can happen anywhere, including your own home or garden.
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Ceremony Elements

There are many cultural and symbolic elements you can add to your ceremony to reflect you both as a couple. Your assigned celebrant can go through these with you.

This is just a small selection of the elements we can incorporate into a ceremony, we have also incorporated many other cultural elements like jewish glass breaking, chinese tea ceremonies, Hindu rituals and Persian rituals just to name a few

Further information on registration.

For more detailed assistance with the Marriage Registration Process, fill in our enquiry form below.

Your information

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