Conventional Irish Wedding Blessings, Toasts, Readings and Vows


Helpful ways to infuse your wedding along with Irish charm!Conventional Irish Wedding Blessings, Toasts and Readings for Your Large Day

Today we’re sharing just a little Irish wedding inspiration! Whether or not you’re the born-and-raised-in-Tralee type of Irish or the second-cousins-once-removed type of Irish, there are lots of ways to include your heritage into your wedding day, and traditional Irish wedding ceremony blessings and sayings best place to start. Photo by Martina California via One Ok DayYou may want to make a refined patriotic nod by having your own bridesmaid read a Seamus Heaney poem during the wedding ceremony, or go all out plus exchange vows in the Irish language (as Gaeilge even as we say in this part of the entire world! ). Either way, we’ve got a person covered. We’ve gathered a few of our favourite Irish-language wedding ceremony toasts (with pronunciation manuals, don’t worry! ), wedding ceremony readings by Irish poets, and Irish wedding benefits translated into English, most on one page. There are also convenient one-liners to use on everything through stationery to signage! Picture by Awake and Thinking via One Fab DayTraditional Irish Language Wedding ToastsSláinte chuig na fir, agus go mairfidh na mná go deo. [pronunciation: slawn-cha kwig nah fur, og-us guh mar-fig nah mnaw guh joe] (Health to the as well as may the women live permanently! )
Mo sheacht mbeannacht ort! [pronunciation: Muh shocked bannocked urt!] (My seven blessings upon you! )
Go maire tú! [pronunciation: Guh morra too!] (May you live long! )
Proceed dté tú an céad! [pronunciation: Guh day too un cay-ad!] (May you live to be 100! )
Beannacht Dé leat! [pronunciation: Bannocked day lat!] (God’s true blessing on you)
Go n-éirí an bóthar leat! [pronunciation: Guh nye-ree un bow-her lat!] (May your own journey be successful)
Photograph by Paula O’Hara through One Fab DayTraditional Irish Language Wedding VowsTha mise (spouse’s name) a-nis ‘gad ghabhail-sa (spouse’s name) gu bhith ‘nam chéile phòsda. [pronunciation: Tha misha [spouse’s name] a-nish gad gowell-suh [spouse’s name] guh vih num kayla pohs-dah. (I, [spouse’s name] now take a person [spouse’s name] to be my husband/wife. )
Ann am fianais Dhé ‘s na tha search engine optimization de fhianaisean tha mise a’ gealltainn a bhith ‘nam fhear pòsda/bean chéile dìleas gràdhach agus tairis dhuitsa, cho fad’s the bhios an dìthis againn beò. [pronunciation: Ow-ann ow-am fee-un-ish day snah tha shuh deh fiann-ashion tha misha a-gyall-tin the vih num far pohs-dah/ban kayla deel-us grawd-hock og-us tar-ish goo-it-suh, ko fad’s a vee-us un dee-hish ag-win bee-oh. ] (In the presence of God plus before these witnesses, We promise to be a loving, devoted and loyal husband/wife for you, for as long as we both shall reside. )
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Picture by White Cat Facility via One Fab DayTraditional Irish Wedding Blessings (see printables for the full text! )May God be with you plus bless you, may the truth is your children’s children…
Might the wind be at all times at your back, may the particular warm rays of sunlight fall upon your home…
Might love and laughter gentle your days, and comfy your heart and house…
May your mornings provide joy and your evenings provide peace…
Love, life plus happiness, may your problems be few and your benefits many…
May your problems be less, and your benefits be more…
May you feel simply no rain, for each of you may be a shelter to the other…
Might the meaning of this hour become fulfilled through the days plus years to come…
Merry met, plus merry part, I consume to thee with all the heart…
Photo by John McGinty Photography via A single Fab DayCeremony Readings simply by Famous Irish Poets (see printables for the full textual content! )Scaffolding by Seamus Heaney
He Wishes for the Towels of Heaven by Watts. B. Yeats
A Poet to his Beloved simply by W. B. Yeats
The girl Praise by W. W Yeats
The Indian in order to His Love by Watts. B. Yeats
Lines Composed for a Thirtieth Wedding Anniversary simply by Eavan Boland
Oh, Call it up By Some Better Title by Thomas Moore
We have been Made One with What All of us Touch and See by Oscar Wilde
Her Voice by Oscar Wilde
Photo by Jessie Schultz Photography via Junebug WeddingsTraditional Irish Language Wedding ceremony One-Liners
Céad míle fáilte romhat (Welcome, everyone! )
Sláinte! (Cheers! )
Grá mo chroí (Love associated with my heart)
Tri em haoiseanna, thar am, mo ghrá (Throughout the ages, outside of time, my love)
Grá go deo (Love Forever)
Grá, dílseacht, cairdeas (Love, Loyalty, Friendship)
Cuisle mo chroí, amhrán m’anama, solas mo oíche (Pulse associated with my heart, song associated with my soul, light associated with my life)
Anam tutorial (Soul mate)
Maireann croí éadrom i bhfad (A light heart lives long)
Ní neart go cur le chéile (There’s simply no strength without unity)
The mo ghrása mise, agus liomsa mo ghrá (I am my beloved’s plus my beloved is mine)
Is tú mo rogha (You are my selected one)
Tá mo chroí istigh ionat (My center is within you)
Mo mhíle stór (My darling)

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