Legal Wedding Solemniser In Ireland
Meet Rev. Brenda O’Grady
Wedding Solemniser & Family Celebrant
I am an Ordained Interfaith Minister, a HSE Registered Solemniser of Marriage, a Wedding Celebrant and a One World Interfaith Minister. I create bespoke ceremonies nationwide including legal weddings for persons of all beliefs and none. I have no agenda, your ceremony can be as humanist, spiritual, secular or atheist as you choose and may use language, music and readings of your choice.
I have taken a vow of inclusivity, welcome diversity of belief, gender, orientation, colour, nationality, ability and culture within the bounds of Irish law. I will help to make the planning through to the delivery of your ceremony as stress-free and simple as possible.
Quality service & professional delivery,
A ceremony created with you, for you, with love.
In your venue, any day of the Year, anytime
Your ceremony, your way,
I am based in County Laois and I work nationwide.
What is a Solemniser I hear you ask?
A solemniser is a person who holds or performs (ceremonies, rites, etc.) in due manner. As a registered solemniser I can perform and officiate a wedding ceremony in place or venue of your choice. For a marriage to be legal, the ceremony must be performed by a solemniser. Solemniser is the term used for people like me who are licensed by the State to conduct weddings. Please see our FAQ page for more information on Wedding Solemnisers in Ireland.