I am delighted to feature this guest blog from First Dance Academy, Ireland A wedding is a celebration of love, and there’s no better way to showcase that love than through a memorable and personalised wedding dance. Traditionally, the first dance between the newlyweds is a significant moment during the reception. It sets the tone
Brides, and grooms, will want to make an entrance at their wedding – in other words, for the wedding entrance to be a memorable and exciting moment. Here are 6 suggestions for making your wedding entrance glow: Walk down the aisle The traditional way of making a wedding entrance is by walking down an aisle.
Planning an outdoor wedding in Ireland can make for a wonderful and memorable occasion. However, anyone who has spent any time in this country will know that the weather can be unpredictable to say the least! So, if your heart is set on an outdoor ceremony (garden, beach, lawn, rooftop terrace), here are some tips
Involving children in your wedding ceremony is a great way to make them feel included in what can sometimes be an overwhelming experience for little ones! Whether your own children, your partner’s, your friends’, or your nieces and nephews, the option to include them adds another heartwarming dimension to your ceremony. It’s also a lovely
Whether you have opted for a church wedding, a registrar or a Celebrant-led ceremony, there are a few things you may want to check off before you hit the aisle running! The 3 Month’s Notice Thing However you plan on getting married, all couples must give at least three months’ notice of the intention to
If you’ve started your wedding planning, you’ve probably found there are many Celebrants out there to choose from. So why choose me? Apart from the fact that I’m passionate about creating ceremony for couples and working with them to create the day they have always dreamed of … Here are 9 more reasons: 100% of
Plan a perfect wedding within your means whilst fulfilling your dreams! Here’s How It’s official – the wedding industry is booming in Ireland. Good news for suppliers, but perhaps not so good for those couples who are facing increasing wedding costs. RTÉ News reports that the average cost of a wedding in 2019 (pre-pandemic) was
Don’t worry if the big wedding you dreamed of isn’t looking like an option over the next few years. With a recession looming and a rise in the cost of living, how can couples plan effectively for their wedding ceremonies? One really good way to keep within a tighter or lower budget is with a
People often ask me why choose a celebrant when you can get the job done in one go with a registrar?! So I thought I’d write this blog post to remind me! And it’s a handy place to send people instead of trying to remember all the reasons myself. Celebrant Can’t legally marry you. Writes
Here are a few frequently asked questions about celebrancy ceremonies. If you have a question of your own, please don’t hesitate to ask! What is a celebrant?A celebrant is someone who officiates (or leads) a ceremony. These ceremonies can be relating to a whole variety of milestone events, from weddings to naming ceremonies to graduations.