Weddings at Medley
Celebrate your unique wedding day at Medley, located in the heart of Dublin 2
Medley has a ground floor and mezzanine with seating for up to 250 guests and standing for 350. This is a stunning private hire and event space, which is brilliantly versatile. Weddings from 30 to 350 guests.
Inside the natural wood, bronze and antiques give it a New York feel. It’s open and airy, thanks to the balcony facing the glass wall on Fleet Street East, but with that natural wood, leather, bronze you’ve seen downstairs offset with antiques and great lighting design.
There is also great cocktail bar stocked with famous labels and exclusive vintages and, wait, is that a dance floor? Yes it is.
If you are looking for a unique, luxury wedding venue in Dublin city centre, the stunning surrounding of Fleet Street and College Green is sure to impress your guests. Medley is housed in the old Irish Times printing press and has been beautifully preserved in all its unique charm. It is one the most historically significant landmarks in Dublin, opposite Bowes pub where you can have a quick pint before the wedding party starts. With a Mezzanine floor above, the space is flexible and can be arranged to suit your wedding on the day.
As well as arranging your civil marriage ceremony there is also a requirement to give 3 months notification to a Registrar. This does not have to be the same Registrar.
Marriage Registration Form
If you fulfill the 3 months notification requirements and there is no impediment to you getting married, the Registrar will issue you with a Marriage Registration Form (MRF) giving you permission to marry. You should give the MRF to the Registrar who will be solemnising the marriage before the marriage ceremony.
Immediately after the marriage ceremony, the MRF should be signed by you and your spouse, the two witnesses and the Registrar. The Registrar will register the marriage as soon as possible after the marriage.
The marriage ceremony is solemnised by the Registrar, who is on the Register of Solemnisers. The ceremony must be performed in the presence of two witnesses aged 18 or over. During the ceremony you and your intended spouse must make two declarations:
That you do not know of any impediment to the marriage
That you accept each other as husband and wife
If either you, your intended spouse or either of the two witnesses does not have sufficient knowledge of the language in which the ceremony is being held to understand the ceremony, then the services of an interpreter must be provided. It is your responsibility to provide the services.