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Vows / Marriage in Ireland

Vows / Marriage in Ireland

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My fiance & I live in the United States. We are both of Irish Descent. It would the most amazing thing ever if we were able to take our vows in Ireland. We have found a lot of different information in regards to being married on your island. I would like to know what we would need to do to be married in Ireland. Thank You for your time.

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Posted Thu 14 Jan 2016 4:46 PM
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First of all, congratulations on your upcoming nuptials! I'm thrilled to see that you would like to enter this special bond in Ireland and of course I would love to provide you with as much helpful information as possible. :)

Now, in the interest of honesty, the reason you are finding so much (sometimes conflicting) information on the web, is because there is a surprising bit of paperwork that needs to be handled before international couples can finally say “I do” in both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. Of course this is nothing that can't be conquered with some good planning and a bit of patience, so I have put together all of the most important reference pages for you below. They explain all the necessary processes in great detail and offer further links to the necessary official channels:

Ireland for Visitors
Irish Wedding Planner
General Register Office of Ireland
Health Services Ireland
NI Direct Government Services (Northern Ireland)

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Congratulations, we wish you every happiness for your future together!

Many of our visitors choose to celebrate their marriage in Doolin. Our amazing scenery provides the perfect backdrop - the Cliffs of Moher, the Aran Islands and the mystical Burren landscape.  We have a local Celtic minister, Rita Dowling who can perform the ceremony, and Hotel Doolin caters for every kind of wedding party, large or small. The atmosphere in the village is very welcoming and relaxed and the wedding celebrations tend to go on for a few days :)

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And, of course, you and your guests can celebrate with a trip to the Aran Islands or a cruise below the Cliffs of Moher while you are here ;)
Enjoy making special memories!
Joan

Posted Mon 18 Jan 2016 12:54 PM
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