Marriage Notice

All couples getting married (religious, belief and civil) must submit marriage notice to the local registration office.

You may submit your notice by posting the signed marriage notice forms and either scan or post good quality photocopies of birth certificates, passports and other supporting documentation.  Payment can be made by cheque or card payment over the phone.  Please do not post or submit original documents, these must be provided at an appointment, which can be arranged at a later time.

Appointment: In some instances an appointment can be arranged to submit notice.  Please phone to arrange an appointment.

Contact the Registration Office

Telephone: 028 8225 6212 or 028 6634 2428

Guidance on Marriage Procedures

Getting Married in a Civil Ceremony (Conducted by a Registrar)

If you are planning to have a registrar led ceremony, please contact the registration office to check availability and secure your booking.

To view the locations of approved venues for civil ceremonies, please see the map below.

To view the registration office venues where civil ceremonies take place, please see the video below.

Ceremonies at approved venues can be held at 12 noon or 3pm Monday – Friday, 12 noon or 2pm Saturdays and Bank Holidays, subject to availability.  Click here to make a booking enquiry.

Your day is special to you and important to us!

A Civil Ceremony, conducted by a Registrar from Fermanagh and Omagh District Council, provides you with the opportunity to tailor the Ceremony and make it personal to you, ensuring it’s a day to remember.  Family members and/or friends are encouraged to take an active part in your Ceremony which helps to create that personal touch. You may include live music, poems, readings, additional personal vows and remembrance candles, which will make the Ceremony unique to you both.

Our fees start from £163.00, please see the price list below.

It is essential to have two witnesses, aged 16 or over.

Getting Married in a Religious/Belief Ceremony

A religious/belief marriage can only be performed by a minister, priest or pastor or person who has been registered as an officiant and authorised by the Registrar General to conduct religious/belief marriages.

Making arrangements

A couple wishing to have a religious/belief ceremony should talk with the Officiant who will conduct their ceremony to agree the date and venue. A religious/belief ceremony may, with the agreement of the Officiant, take place anywhere in Northern Ireland.

It is essential to have two witnesses, aged 16 or over.

Getting Married Outside of Northern Ireland

Please click here for further information.

Further Information

The General Register Office, based at Colby House, Stranmillis Court, Belfast, BT9 5RR, provides help and advice about the following issues:

  • Getting married overseas
  • Immigration requirements
  • visiting Northern Ireland to marry or form a civil partnership.

Please click here for further information.


Civil Marriage Documents

File Type Size Date
Approved Venue List Fermanagh & Omagh Civil Marriages pdf 105 KB 31st May 2022
Marriage Notice Form GRO 433 March 2022 pdf 261 KB 14th March 2022
Marriage and Civil Partnership Fees docx 72 KB 13th January 2023
Readings & Poems doc 61 KB 31st May 2022
Civil Marriage & Partnership Ceremony Information docx 86 KB 13th January 2023
Civil Cermonies Brochure pdf 4 MB 31st May 2022
Blank Marriage Ceremony docx 19 KB 31st May 2022
Additional Information Sheet doc 40 KB 31st May 2022

Religious and Belief Marriages documents

File Type Size Date
Marriage Notice Form GRO 433 March 2022 pdf 261 KB 14th March 2022