Planning A Ceremony From Abroad

So many people travel to Ireland to get married; those who emigrated and want to return home and those who want a taste of our wonderful culture, castles and country side.  With technology being what it is, planning a ceremony from abroad is as easy as meeting in person. Skype and FaceTime make face to face communication possible and easy to navigate time zones.  Both services are free, so keeping cost down.

I recently worked with a couple who were travelling home from America and this is what they said about planning a wedding ceremony from abroad…

I just wanted to send you an email to say thank you so much for everything you did for us for our wedding! The day was unbelievably perfect and we couldn’t have asked for anything better. Our ceremony was so personal and it meant so much to us, and we want to thank you for brining it all to life so perfectly. We are so happy that we chose you as our celebrant and you were so wonderful to work with! Thank you for being so flexible and hopping on Skype on the weekends because of the time difference, and for being so collaborative with everything to make sure we were 100% happy. Ultan gave you a shout-out in his speech during the reception and you got a huge round of applause from everyone! 🙂 So many people also came up to us during the night to tell us what an amazing job you did. Thank you SO much again for everything. We are so appreciative!
Cheers,
Caitlin & Ultan
Most wedding services like photographers, florists, transport and musicians are used to, and willing to work with couples who are not in Ireland during the planning stages of their wedding.
If you are planning your wedding ceremony from abroad and would like to have a chat, please feel free to give me call on +353 877813594, or drop an email to hello@thecivilelebrant.ie
I look forward to hearing from you!

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