As an ordained interfaith minister, I am qualified to carry out the legal aspect of your wedding ceremony, a duty which I take most seriously. While getting married is indeed a serious commitment, it doesn’t mean that your special day has to be very serious also. While always being respectful of the solemnity of the occasion, we will work together to make it a day of happiness and fun, with some laughter and happy tears as well.
I promise to deliver a ceremony that will be exclusively yours, not just a generic run of the mill event. Something special that will accurately reflect you as a couple, your journey so far, and your hopes and dreams for a new and exciting shared future.
As an interfaith minister, my duty is to those of all faiths, and none. As such, I promise your wedding will be respectful of your wishes, and in keeping with your personal style, never cheesy (unless that IS your personal style!) and one you and your guests will long remember, for all the right reasons.
So whatever style of wedding you’re planning, be it large or small, formal or casual, or indeed, an elopement-style one with just a couple of witnesses, you can be assured that the ceremony I write will be written to suit you.
Tá for Grá
Her Bride, His Groom. In May, 2015, in a referendum in which more people participated than any other since the founding of our State, Ireland became the first country in the world to bring in same sex marriage by popular vote.
If ever there was cause to be proud to be Irish, this was it! Marriage equality was a hard won battle, and in many ways, that long struggle will make your Big Day even more special. I would be delighted to help make it very much yours.
Whether loud and proud, or quiet and traditional, together, we can craft a ceremony to do justice to your journey, and to your personalities.