Are you thinking of eloping to Ireland?

There is nothing quite like an Irish Wedding (except maybe an Irish funeral!). Ireland is full of fantastic landscapes steeped in history, ancient traditions and of course the famous Irish craic. 

Eloping to Ireland is the perfect choice for couples looking for an adventure together, or for those who just do not want the hassle of organising a big wedding day.


Elopement ceremony on Cliffs of Moher, Ireland

Hiring a wedding celebrant

Hiring a wedding celebrant like myself is a great option for your elopement or destination wedding.  I can advise on locations and venues for your ceremony.  I can recommend photographers and other vendors.  I can help you weave Irish traditions and rituals into your ceremony to create a truly unique, Irish experience. 

Many couples travel to Ireland for an elopement or the diaspora return home to get married. Very often it is easier for couples to complete the legal side in the country they are living in. There is quite a lot of paperwork required to legally get married in Ireland for non-nationals and even for Irish nationals who have lived outside Ireland for a time.  

By completing the legalities in your current country of residence you are saving yourself a lot of time and freeing up certain restrictions on you. 

Location, Location, Location.

From the Wild Atlantic Way to Ireland’s Ancient East, there are tons of options available.  Perfect if you are eloping to Ireland, coming for a destination wedding or an intimate vow renewal.  Since the Equality Referendum in 2015, more and more venues are opening their doors as wedding venues. Country estates, de-consecrated chapels, restaurants and even traditional Irish pubs.  We have stunning outdoor locations. As long as you are not afraid of a bit of rain, these give some great options. Guaranteed pictures that will take your breath away!

If you are planning on eloping to Ireland, then contact me below about the different options available in Ireland.

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