Marriage Licence

We got back from our honeymoon the other day to find our Marriage Licence waiting for us.   My new mother-in-law had kindly delivered our Marriage Registration Form (MRF) to the registrar while we were away, and was able to get two copies of our licence printed on the spot.  The only thing I didn’t […]

Long Range Weather Forecast

With the wedding just 18 days off, I’m starting to grow a bit obsessive about checking the long range weather forecast. I know that forecasts more than a couple of days out aren’t really that reliable, but it doesn’t stop me checking. What we don’t want, for the big day, is for the weather to be too hot, […]

Marriage Registered

In Ireland it’s a legal requirement that you need to register your intent to marry with a registrar at least 3 months prior to your religious or civil ceremony. The process involves: Both the bride and groom attending the registrar’s office with a selection of paperwork (passports and birth certificates as a minimum). The registrar […]

James & Fiona

Last Friday, the 28th December, was the wedding of James Hutchinson and Fiona Robertson in Old Saint Paul’s church in Edinburgh. I flew over from Dublin on the morning of the ceremony, and arrived at the church about half an hour before the service. Those of us that had been asked to sing during the […]