Civil Partnership ceremony

Are you planning on having a Civil Partnership ceremony? Looking for a venue, photographer, videographer or  florist?  We would like to recommend a fantastic  wedding suppliers website to you. It’s simply called  Brides in MunsterTipperary’s leading wedding suppliers directory have every provider for you to make your day that extra bit special. The team at Brides in Munster only add the very best professional and affordable suppliers in Munster to the Brides In Tipperary-Munster website. A lot of the larger wedding supplier websites are based in Dublin. This is fine if you live in Dublin and want to pay Dublin prices! There are so many advertisers on each page, it is impossible to pick any of them with so many in your face. That’s why Brides In Munster is simple, clear, and even better – local.

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And we at Abbey Video Productions would love to hear from you if your are having a Civil Partnership ceremony and wish to have it filmed in a Professional, Affordable, Unobtrusive way.

Just doing a bit of research. Did you know that as of December 2012, about 965 couples had registered their civil partnerships in Ireland.   That’s about 2 per day since the first ones took place in March 2011!  Brides in Munster would like to congratulate all the couples who have registered their Civil Partnership and to those couples planning their big days in the future.

Please see link here to information on registering your Civil Partnership 

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Happy Valentines day


Just a quick post to wish all you couples a Happy Valentines Day in Tipperary  or where ever you are from.  Don’t forget that special gift, let it be flowers, chocolates, a meal in a nice restaurant, but whatever you do remember the card!! Alternatively, just a cosy night by the fire, or ………. that engagement ring he has been hinting at might just appear on the night.  And maybe this time next week you could be planning your wedding!!   Ireland has always been big into Valentines Day, maybe because the Carmelite Church in Whitefriar Street in Dublin City claims to hold the remains of the saint!