Top tips for getting married in Ireland

What do you need to consider to get married in Ireland?

On agreement with the local Registrar, non residents of Ireland can post in their marriage notification to the Registrar, but they are required to attend a meeting with the Registrar at least 5 days before the marriage to complete their declarations of no impediment and produce the necessary documentation and particulars, and be issued with their Marriage Registrar Form (MRF) - the Irish equivalent of a Marriage License. This is the case for both Religious and Civil marriages and partnerships in Ireland. A Religious Ceremony may also require additional meetings with the Priest in advance of the ceremony.

So, if you are looking for a magical, romantic destination for your wedding that you and your guests will treasure for a lifetime, Ireland should definitely be top of your list!

Author Bio: Bláithín O' Reilly Murphy is a wedding planner, author and speaker living and working in Ireland. She writes the daily wedding blog and is author of Distinctive Weddings; Tying the Knot without the Rope Burns and soon to be published Bend, Kneel or Bow; What to do at a Wedding Ceremony and 101 Ways to Propose.