More than 23,000 couples got married in Ireland last year.
New figures from the CSO there were a total of 23,173 marriages in 2022 - a 143 per cent increase on 2020 figures.
64 per cent of all marriages last year were through a religious ceremony, while 26 per cent were civil ceremonies.
2 in every 5 marriages were Catholic, while almost 1 in 10 were performed by The Spiritualist Union of Ireland.
The average bride was 35 years old and grooms were usually 37.
Friday was the most popular day of the week to tie the knot for opposite sex couple while same-sex couples favoured Thursday weddings.
July was the most popular month to say 'I do' while January was the least.