Firstly, if you are looking at my profile it probably means you are getting married or seriously considering it, so congratulations! I am a team member of Spiritual Ceremonies, who have been privileged to have worked with couples from all over the world since 2010, as they planned and enjoyed their wedding ceremony here in Ireland. I travel all over the country, seven days a week to help make a couple’s wedding ceremony a personal, special event that they, and their family and friends, will remember.
I am a Registered Solemniser so your ceremony will a legally-binding one as well as being one that reflects you both as a couple. You can incorporate many different elements into the ceremony to make it unique and different and if you wish to incorporate elements from any faith in the form of prayers, readings or hymns then I would love for you to do that. The ceremony should be entirely about you both and your lives together. Marriage is wonderful, messy and the most amazing journey and all of that should be represented in your marriage ceremony.
Once a couple books with me then I am available to guide them through the process of registering with the HSE and I am always there to help in any way I can. I meet with couples in the months running up to their ceremony to understand their wishes for the ceremony and find out more about them in order to personalise everything as much as possible. On the day I am always there to keep things calm and relaxed and ensure that everyone enjoys the wedding ceremony and has wonderful memories from it.
Please message me if you have any questions or if you want to chat to me about any of the above. Below you will find some links that you may find useful.
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 office are not set up for online bookings. Just look up your nearest office and phone them.
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.
Here is the link for all the information you need about giving notice:
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