Registration Staff will be delighted to help you with your marriage formalities.
To marry in Northern Ireland, you and your partner must be:
• aged 18 or above on the day of your wedding (consent is needed if either of you is aged 16 or 17)
• unrelated to one another in a way that would prevent you from getting married
• free to marry, for example, neither of you is already a civil partner or legally married
• of a different sex
capable of understanding the nature of a marriage ceremony and of agreeing to marriage.
To make sure both parties meet these criteria, you must each complete a marriage notice form, and supply the other necessary documents needed to get married, before your ceremony can take place. These should be returned to the Registrar’s office in the district where you plan to marry. Please contact us if you have difficulty coming into our office with your marriage notice forms and documents.
Click here to download Marriage Application Form
Types of ceremony
You can choose to have a civil or a religious wedding.
Civil ceremonies can take place in the Townhall, Enniskillen or the Grange, Omagh or you can have your ceremony performed in one of the approved venues. View gallery of images on the right.
To view the locations of approved venues for civil ceremonies on a map please click here
Questions? Click here to make an enquiry.
The General Register Office, based at Oxford House, 49-55 Chichester Street, Belfast, BT1 4HL, provides help and advice about the following issues:
• getting married overseas
• immigration requirements
• ordering historical birth, death, marriage and civil partnership certificates.
Detailed information about all these topics is available from the NI Direct website
Approved Venue List Fermanagh & Omagh Civil Marriages
93.34 KB | pdf | 06 Jul 2016
Civil Marriage & Partnership Fees 2015
22.88 KB | pdf | 10 Feb 2016