Passionate about people
I am Michael Grace, a husband, a father and a celebrant. I am a HSE registered solemniser with Entheos Ireland allowing me to perform legal weddings across the 32 counties of Ireland.
I am passionate about people and celebrating love and life. All my ceremonies are unique, meaningful and inspiring with the overriding principles of diversity and inclusiveness.
I create ceremonies with couples and families that are unique and personal with deep meaning and are precious to the couple or family. I welcome choice, allowing for all religions and none, which gives couples and families the freedom to create ceremonies that are uniquely personal and have a deep connection with the couples and families.
"Michael's calming, warm, personable and friendly approach lead to the most amazing feedback from our guests." Rebecca and Don 29/12/2022
I perform wedding, elopement, baby naming, vow renewal and commitment ceremonies. I also offer funeral and memorial services. I am from the seaside village of Donabate in north County Dublin and will conduct ceremonies in the surrounding area, around the country and abroad.
Irish Wedding Celebrant
Turning a Vision into Reality
When it comes to getting married, my philosophy is ‘Your Wedding Your Way’. As a wedding celebrant and registered solemniser I create wedding ceremonies that are authentic and true to you as a couple. I will work with you to create a wedding ceremony that truly represents you and what is important to you, capturing your love story from the time you met to the day of your wedding.
My ceremonies can be performed in a location of your choice (there are some restrictions imposed by the HSE for legal marriage ceremonies). From chic hotel to ancient castle, from sandy beach to forest glade, the choice is yours.
I specialise in destination Ireland wedding and elopement ceremonies, helping couples from Ireland and abroad plan their wedding ceremonies, working with suppliers (hotels, venues, photographers, florists and musicians) to create the perfect day.