The Ashdown Park Hotel is registered and licensed for Civil Ceremonies

Things to know before you start: (courtesy of OneFabDay)

Venues for civil ceremonies have to be pre-approved and licensed. They must be fixed structures and meet various legal criteria WHICH WE DO – in practice this means you cannot get married in Ireland on a beach, cliff, woods or basically anywhere outside.
Only registrars (civil servants) can legally marry people at non-religious ceremonies in Ireland. (As of 2013 you can also have a secular ceremony organised by The Humanist Association)

Allow plenty of time to register with your registry office – a minimum of 3 months is required but there is usually a longer lead time (in Dublin it can be about 7 months) so plan ahead, or you may end up getting married on a Monday at 9.30am!
You can only get married by a registrar in Ireland from Monday to Friday (no weekend ceremonies unfortunately).
If you want to get married in a venue outside of the registry office, only particular days and times will be available, these are set by the local office and vary from county to county.
Function Room Hire and Set Up €150 – to include the following:

Chair Covers & Bows   oOo  Red Carpet  oOo  Candleabras  oOo  Fresh Floral Arrangement

To assist you with your planning we have outlined some important numbers

Enniscorthy Health Centre,
Mill Park Road,
Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford

Monday – Friday10-12pm and 2-4pm
Tel: 053 9243706

Tom Colton*,

Wedding Solemniser

Tel: 086 265 7171

*Performs ceremonies at weekends and outdoors