Continuing from Step 2 of Using Ireland Civil Registration Indexes to obtain Vital Stats Certificates
The Irish marriage certificate I received was almost identical to English Marriage Certificates I have ordered and contained the following information:
[First] Name and Surname [of bride and groom]
Age [of bride and groom]
Condition [of bride and groom - meaing were they single, widowed...]
Rank or profession [of bride and groom]
Residence at the time of marriage [of bride and groom]
Father's Name and Surname [of bride and groom]
Rank or profession of father [of bride and groom]
Church they were married in, Parish, City
Person marrying them
In case you are ordering another type of certificate, here is what you can expect to find on each:
A Pre 1997 Irish Birth certificate consists of date and place of birth, child's forename/s, fathers name, address and occupation, mothers name and maiden surname, name and address of person who registered the birth.
An Irish Death certificate consists of the deceased's name, date and place of death, marital condition, occupation, age at last birthday, cause of death, name and address of person who registered the death.
A pre 1957 Irish Marriage certificate consists of date and place of marriage, both spouses age, name, marital condition, occupation and pre-marriage address and their fathers names and occupations.
I think you will enjoy finding your Irish ancestor's Vital Records using these sites!