Quickly becoming known as Meath’s most sought after Wedding Venue, Knightsbrook Hotel, Spa, and Golf Resort has facilities onsite for blessings and civil ceremonies. Our Barbican Suite is ideal for large ceremonies of up to 250 guests whilst our Willow Suite is perfect for more intimate gatherings. Both rooms are dressed with chair covers and sashes, floral arrangements, and a traditional red carpet entrance to the room, creating a warm and elegant ambiance for your civil ceremony.
Our 4-star hotel and professional staff members aren’t strangers to lavish and sophisticated events. Not only does the Knightsbrook offer unique wedding packages, but we also offer a Civil Ceremony Package. The package includes: free consultancy and planning with our expert wedding coordinator, a luxurious bridal suite for the couple, private gardens for your photo memories, a ceremony room dressed with floral arrangements and candles, complimentary car parking for 600 cars, PA system, and discounted accommodation rates for your guests.
CUSTOMISE YOUR DAY
As an award-winning establishment, we aim to deliver and maintain our personal services at soaring standards, which is why a coordinator is appointed to you upon booking. When you arrive, you will be greeted by your personal wedding planner and a glass of champagne to make this event as stress free as possible.
Your Wedding Co-ordinator will assist you in selecting an all-encompassing wedding package including:
THE MARRIAGE NOTIFICATION PROCESS
You, the couple, must attend in person at the office of the Registrar by prior appointment, to give at least three months notification of intention to marry. At this consultation, you will be presented with a marriage registration form.
While only three months notice is required by law, it is advisable to contact the registrar well before the intended date of marriage in order to receive a timely appointment.
At this meeting with the registrar, you will be asked for the following: Full evidence of name, address, age, marital status and nationality.
In general, you will be asked to produce passports as I.D, original final decrees in respect of the previous divorce (if applicable) and P.P.S. numbers. The registrar will advise you if any additional official documentation is required.
You will also be asked for the details of the marriage, the intended date, the names and date of births of witnesses and any details of the wedding.
The marriage notification can be given to any registrar and the HSE will advise you of the contact details that are closest to you.
You will then need to meet our Wedding and Event Manager; who will complete the particulars on the documentation that apply to a venue.