HUMANIST WEDDING CEREMONIES
Humanist wedding ceremonies are always unique and distinctive because they put you – the couple – at the centre of the ceremony.
They are designed to be very personal and meaningful; they are about you as a couple celebrating your love for each other and making your commitment to one another, in the company of those closest to you, with appropriate well-chosen words, readings and music in a place of your choosing.
Since 2012 HAI-accredited humanist celebrants are HSE-registered and are authorised to legally solemnise marriages.
“Pat Clarke Browne was our celebrant. Our ceremony was tailored to our exact wishes, and both a personal and public celebration of our shared love. Holding the ceremony and reception in the same venue was lovely and allowed all our guests to relax and just enjoy our day.”
Philip Mudge, Chapelizod.
Frequently asked questions about Humanist wedding ceremonies
Please note that these questions and answers are for general information purposes only. The answers are correct to the best of our belief and knowledge at the present time, but are not definitive. Different celebrants take slightly different approaches, so please speak to a celebrant if you have a particular query or concern.
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