Where to Get Married in Ireland
These two neighboring cities have a blend of modern day charm and history with friendly locals, pubs, and restaurants.
Fall in love with the colorful islands, vibrant coastlines, and stunning natural landscapes on every corner.
Be captivated by the scenic coastal drives, romantic landscapes, dramatic cliffs and rugged Atlantic coastlines.
Marriage Requirements in Ireland
Deciding to exchange your vows in a place as magical as Ireland is exciting, but there are certain marriage requirements to keep in mind. The requirements include, valid passports, notification to marry, marriage notice form and fees, proof of freedom to marry, witnesses, solemnizer, age (must be at least 18 years old), civil or religious ceremony (additional requirements may be required for a religious ceremony.
Wedding Packages in Ireland
Ireland has plenty of wedding packages available to fulfill anyone's dream destination wedding. Some of their magical packages include fantastic wedding essentials like, venue, ceremony/receptions arrangements, catering, beverages, wedding cake, accommodations, floral arrangements, photography/videography, entertainment, transportation, wedding planner, guidance for legalities.
US and CA citizens must have a valid passport, which must have at least three months of validity beyond your stay. Starting in 2024, U.S citizens will need to apply for authorization through the European Travel Information and Authorization System (ETIAS) before traveling to Europe. Check with your Certified Destination Wedding Specialist for details.
Irish (Gaeilge) and English are the official languages of Ireland and are widely spoken for daily communication throughout the country.
Currency & Tipping
The currency of Ireland is the Euro. The US dollar is not accepted as a form of payment. Tipping is not required, but is appreciated for good service.
Things To Do In Ireland
Attractions & Activities
- Cliffs of Moher
- Music Sessions
- Blarney Castle
- Giant's Causeway
- Killarney National Park
- Wicklow Mountains
- Aran Islands
Getting Married in Ireland: FAQs
Things to Consider when Planning a Wedding in Ireland
Walking down the aisle surrounded by lush greenery and picturesque landscapes in Ireland sounds like the perfect way to say "I do", but it does come with some challenges:
- Hotels in Ireland are EP (European Plan), which typically means the quoted rate only covers the cost of the room itself, so your meals and drinks will be an additional cost.
- The flights to Ireland are longer and more expensive from most US and CA vacations.
- Wedding packages in Ireland are not all-inclusive, so you'll have to hire each vendor individually (i.e. florist, wedding planner, caterer, photographer, etc.)
- The overall cost of a destination wedding in Ireland will more than likely be much more expensive than a destination wedding in Mexico or the Caribbean.
Please note: we currently do not offer full-planning services in Ireland. Browse our collection of full-service destinations below.