I am a team member of Spiritual Ceremonies who have been privileged to have walked with thousands of couples, from all over the world, on their journey toward their special day here in Ireland since 2010. I travel all over Ireland, seven days a week, helping couples say I do in a personal, meaningful way.
I am one of a large team of Registered Solemnisers available in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, and I can perform the legal element of a wedding ceremony. I also perform vow renewals, wedding blessings, naming ceremonies and end of Life Celebrations (Funerals).
I know this decision is so important to you. You need to feel comfortable and confident with the celebrant you choose to help you say I do.
As a team member at Spiritual Ceremonies, I take time with you to design your ceremony, so that it reflects you as a couple, honouring your beliefs and values, ensuring they are reflected in the content and length of your ceremony. When speaking with me as your Celebrant you can choose any theme of music, readings or poems that convey a message about you and your partner. I can also perform the ceremony indoors and outdoors (outdoors is subject to requirements under the Civil Registrations legislation).
How to book an appointment to give notice:
Visit www.crsappointments.ie to book your appointment with your local office. It doesn't matter what county you are getting married in Ireland, you can give notice in any HSE office. If there are no available appointments, don't worry, some offices are not set up for online bookings. Just look up your nearest office and phone them. Here is a list of them: https://www2.hse.ie/services/births-deaths-and-mar...
If you are living abroad:
You can give your notice by post and then you need to present in person a minimum of 5 working days before. Once you have prior agreement with the HSE registrar, they can reduce the number of days notice.
You must give a minimum of 3 months notice if you are getting married in Ireland and can give notice from 12 months before your wedding date. Once you receive your paperwork from the HSE, this is valid for 6 months after your wedding date i.e if for some reason your wedding doesn't go ahead on the date given, your paperwork is still valid for 6 months after this date. *** Make sure you return the paperwork within 1 month after your wedding and collect your marriage certificate.
Here is the link for all the information you need about giving notice:
If you are getting married in Northern Ireland, the process for giving notice is different. You will find all the information you need here:
Letters of Freedom
If you have lived in the UK or Northern Ireland, you will need a letter of freedom confirming that you are free to marry.
If you live/lived in the UK, call the GRO (0300 123 1837) for a No Trace Lookup. It's very straight forward, they just need details of the person, date of birth, place of birth, full name, fathers full name and then they trace back to when the person was 16 years of age and it`s £50 for every 10 years.
If you lived in Northern Ireland there is a form you fill in, the link is here
This is required from on all birth certificates from outside Ireland to verify their authenticity. If you were born in Northern Ireland, England, Scotland or Wales, here is the link to all the information you need: https://www.gov.uk/get-document-legalised
Feel free to message me with any questions you may have and I would be delighted to help you in any way I can.
Grá agus Solas,
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