Content for your Wedding Booklet
For most Irish weddings nowadays the couple provide a Wedding Booklet for each of their guests to explain the ceremony and enable the guests to make the expected liturgical responses.
We assume English will be the wedding-language of most of our couples. But if the native languages of the bride's and groom's families are different, why not have a bilingual wedding ceremony? For the sake of family members and guests, a couple may ask the celebrant to have parts of their nuptials (readings and vows) in their vernacular. If your priest has difficulty with this, you could print the BOOKLET for your wedding ceremony in both languages.
Texts for the Catholic marriage ceremony are provided here in:
English . . . .
Irish . . . .
French . . . .
German . . . .
Italian . . . .
Spanish . . . .
Polish . . . .