If you've decided not to take your vows in a church, we can help you create a truly personal and unique setting to take your vows. There are many different ways to say 'I do' - here are just a few.
It is now possible to get married by civil ceremony in a venue that is approved by a Registrar. There is no requirement to live in the district where you want to get married.
Humanist weddings are becoming very popular. One of the principles of humanism is an acceptance for others who hold different belief systems, ensuring everyone feels included.
A spiritual wedding ceremony is a non denominational ceremony and it doesn’t conform to the religious aspects of the mainstream religious beliefs.
We were delighted when Ireland voted "Yes" to pass the referendum on same-sex marriage, making us the first country in the world to legalise same-sex civil marriage by popular vote.
Celtic Wedding Ceremonies would typically take place in a natural setting and are held in circles rather than aisles.
Tulfarris has been inspected and approved by the district registrar as civil ceremony venue however each couple must apply individually for their own license. Details how to apply for a civil marriage can be found on the Citizens Information website.