Category Archives: Wedding Videographer

Hiring a Wedding Videographer in Tipperary

Tipperary is without doubt one of the most scenic locations in Ireland to get married and we always enjoy filming wedding videos there at all times of the year. In Tipperary, we find that Brides and Grooms tend to opt for wedding videos that feature not just the ceremony itself but also the reception, first dance and the early part of the celebrations. Here at Drangan Video we will be happy to put together a tailored package just for you, incorporating your wishes, style and budget.

So what do you get when you hire Drangan Video for your Tipperary Wedding?

Here at Drangan Video we offer a range of styles and solutions to suit every taste and every budget.

Wedding Video Shoot in  Tipperary

State of the art equipment

Drangan Video uses only the most up to date equipment at all times. Our cameras and accessories receive regular maintenance and our lead videographer Eamon is highly qualified and experienced in how to get the best from this equipment.

A professional service

One of the most important things for Brides and Grooms is that they can rely on their wedding suppliers. We realise that on your wedding day you will want to have 100% confidence in the suppliers you have chosen and we are here to make sure you are not disappointed.

Top class customer care

The team here at Drangan are always on hand to assist with any queries you may have and will always return your call on the same day. Our dedication to providing top class customer care means we have built up an impressive portfolio of satisfied clients.

The perfect wedding video

Most importantly, we deliver a professional product for you to enjoy for years to come. All of our wedding videos are edited in-house meaning there are no third parties involved. Many other videographers will send your wedding video to another company to be edited and this can sometimes result in mixed communication and a less than perfect video.

Solutions for every budget

Whether you’re on a tight budget or have cash to splash, Drangan Video can offer a wedding video solution that will suit your pocket. Give us a call today for a free, no-obligation quotation.

Wedding Video Locations Tipperary

Need some advice? Have questions?

That’s no problem at all, we are here to help you in any way we can. Our aim is to provide you with the best service possible for your Tipperary wedding and we look forward to meeting you on or before your big day.

Call Eamon today at Drangan Video and he will talk you through the many options we offer. Please also feel free to visit our testimonials page where you will see lots of 5* reviews from very happy Brides and Grooms in the Tipperary area.

Wedding Video In Ballyragget

Vicki and Seamie were married in Ballyragget Kilkenny, I am very proud to be sharing this fab highlights clip from their wedding video.
Once again I had ventured over the Tipperary Kilkenny border to shoot yet another  wedding video in Kilkenny

Ballyragget is a small town in Kilkenny, it is situated on the banks the river Nore in north Kilkenny.

The video begins on the outskirts of Ballyragget with coverage of Vicki and the girls preparing for the happiest day of Vickie’s life, she is finally about to become Mrs Vickie Corrigan.

St. Patrick’s Church  stands proud in the centre of Ballyragget in an area locally know as chapel lane, it is a lovely setting for a wedding ceremony.

Vickie and Seamie enjoyed a nice relaxed wedding ceremony which was  celebrated by Fr. Tommy Murphy.

Vickie and Seamie at Butler House

We stopped off at Butler House Kilkenny for the photos and  video coverage, the garden and interior of the house are a wedding videographers  paradise.  The interior consists  of  a number of magnificent reception rooms, with high ceilings and impressive bay windows. The perfectly maintained  walled garden is ideal for wedding photos, Kilkenny Castle provided a beautiful backdrop for Vicke and Seamie’s photo call.

Langton House Hotel is one the best wedding venues in the south east, my own daughter had her wedding reception in Langtons in 2013, so I am probably been somewhat  bias in stating that Langtons is my favourite wedding venue in Kilkenny

I really enjoyed working with Vickie and Seamie on the day, they were a dream couple, just so relaxed down to earth  and easygoing, they are very happy with their wedding film.

Thanks for taking the time to read my latest wedding  blog post, if you are right in the middle of wedding planning and have not yet hired a wedding videographer, please feel free to contact myself Eamon who will be more than happy to fill you in on the latest range of high quality HD wedding video packages available from Drangan Video.

More wedding video news soon.
Eamon.

What to do after the big day

In this blog post we are going to talk a little bit about what happens when the big day is over. All those months if not years of planning come to a head on your big day and then all of a sudden you’re wondering what comes next, hopefully this article will give you some tips on how to spend the days following your nuptials.

Stay an extra day

If you are celebrating your wedding at a hotel, it can be lovely idea to stay an extra night with your wedding party, or immediate family. Use this quality time to unwind and reminisce over the big day, you can also use this time to catch up with anyone you may have missed out on mingling with during the wedding breakfast. Many hotels offer an extra night free for the Bride and Groom so make sure you enquire about this at the time of booking your venue.

Weddings In Kilkenny

Make a List

It may be tempting the day after your wedding when you see all those cards and gifts to tear into them- that’s understandable, it’s like Christmas! All those beautifully wrapped gifts and nicely addressed envelopes to you and your new Mr or Mrs. However, make sure you take a breath and remember to make a note of all those generous guests who brought gifts for your big day, you will want to thank those people later. Making a note of who gave you cash and who got you that handy bread maker will mean you’re able to pop a personalised message into each card, instead of writing ‘thank you for your generous gift…’ potentially hundreds of times. It also saves you the embarrassment of realising a few months down the line that you missed someone off the list.

Go on your Honeymoon

Traditionally the married couple departed for their honeymoon immediately after the wedding celebration- we’ve all see that scene in Father of the Bride, right? But, while this is probably out of reach for most couples, looking forward to your honeymoon or even planning a late one will bring great joy for you and your new husband or wife.

Wedding Planning Tips Kilkenny and Tipperary

Hit the Dry Cleaners

In this instance you can probably pass this along to one of the bridal party (if they’re feeling up to it the day after). You’ll likely have a few pictures taken outside after saying ‘I do’ which might mean your beautiful dress has been trailed through the mud, or had a few things spilled on it during the course of the day, not to mention all that dancing. Your wedding clothes may be the most expensive togs you ever invest in so, take care of them by taking them to the dry cleaners as soon after the big day as possible.

Relax

Coordinating your big day, no matter what size it is, can be TIRING, this remains true for all event planning. Likely you’ll have planned treatments before the wedding so you’ll look your best, but why not book a massage in the days following your wedding so you can start married life feeling and looking great too?

Make a Weekend out of it

More and more, we are seeing brides and grooms host a second night of entertainment and celebration the night following the wedding day. Consider hosting an ‘after party’ at your local pub or club and extend the festivities so that you get to enjoy the occasion in a more informal setting. This is a particularly good idea if you have relatives and friends who have travelled to attend your nuptials and allows you to spend some more time in their company before they depart.

Contact Eamon at Drangan Video for a quote, we will be more than happy to offer a special all-in price for two nights coverage of your wedding video in Kilkenny, Tipperary, Waterford or Carlow Eamon is always on hand to answer any questions you may have.

More wedding planning advice soon.
Eamon.

Christmas Wedding In Thurles

December 28th was a pleasant day, the sun was shining not a snowflake in sight it was difficult to believe that it was Christmas.
Laura and Thomas were blessed with the unseasonably mild dry weather, today I’m delighted to sharing  this beautiful highlight video of their special day.

Video coverage of the day began with  the ever popular bridal preps which took place at Laura’s parents house in Littleton, Thurles. I arrived at 11am which allowed ample time for generous coverage of the the excitement and fun that was unfolding before the video lens.

Thurles is  Tipperary’s “Cathedral Town”  and what better place to celebrate a Tipperary wedding than in The Cathedral of the Assumption Thurles.
As I dove through the gates the sun was shining brightly on the front of the Cathedral, wedding guest were in no panic about going indoors, in fact it looked and felt more like April than Christmas. Once inside the Cathedral there was no mistake about the time of year, beautiful Christmas candles and decorations added to the spender of Laura and Thomas’s  magical Christmas wedding day.

Wedding Video In Thurles Tipperary

After the ceremony we stopped off at Holycross Abbey for wedding photos, it is a very special  place where you can walk in the footsteps of ancient Monks.  The beautiful 12 century Cistercian “Holycross Abbey” is a popular and much sough after wedding ceremony venue for weddings in Tipperary and surrounding counties.

It was a pleasure working with Tipperary based wedding photographer Colin Kenny  he is based in Fethard and covers weddings all over Tipperay, Kilkenny and Waterford
Colin’s Words: Photographic trends come and go, but my challenge is to deliver you images of timeless, beautiful storytelling that truly capture your day. It is my goal, that when you look back on your wedding day in years to come, you will be transported back to that special moment in time and the emotions of the day.  Colin Kenny Photographer

Wedding photos Holycross Abbey

Ballykisteen Golf Hotel was the  wedding  reception venue. Ballykisteen Hotel is  located in the heart of  Tipperary it sits in the shadow of the Galtee Mountains and is only a 35 min drive from Limerick, Ballykisteen is one of my favorite wedding reception venues, the staff are amazing and so friendly to deal with.

Thanks to Laura and Thomas for choosing Drangan Video to film their magical Christmas wedding, I am very proud to be sharing this fabulous  wedding video clip.
If you are thinking of hiring a wedding videograper, why not contact myself Eamon here at Drangan Video  who will be more than happy to discuss wedding packages and pricing for your special day.

More Wedding News Soon
Eamon

Orla and Adrian’s Wedding Video Memories Dungarvan

This is a lovely wedding video which I had the pleasure of shooting in Dungarvan Co. Waterford.
The wedding ceremony took place in St. Augustine’s Church Abbeyside Dungarvan you would travel the length and breath of Ireland to find a more beautiful wedding ceremony venue.

Orla and Adrian could have wished for a better day, October 21st 2016 was a beautiful day the weather was unbelievably warm and sunny.
Each year I have the pleasure of traveling to many beautiful parts of Ireland  to shoot weddings videos, Dungarvan Waterford is one of my personal favorites.
Dungarvan is a busy harbor town located at the heart of County Waterford,  It is an ideal base for any tourist wishing to tour or holiday in Ireland’s ‘Sunny South East’.

Wedding Video In Dungarvan Co.Waterford
Wedding Video In Dungarvan Co.Waterford

Orla and Adrian were an amazing couple to work with, they were both so calm and relaxed  they gave me very little direction I was free to go ahead and do my own thing, my style of  recording is very laid back  allowing the couple to enjoy their big day without interruption.

My day began with a call to Orla’s parents house to  grab some footage of the ever important bridal preps, I like to remain discreet during the preps and after a little while I become invisible   to all concerned.
The video clip features some lovely shots of Orla having her make up and hair done, and the girls fussing around her like busy bees.

Drangan Video Dungarvan Waterford
Drangan Video Dungarvan Waterford

After the ceremony the bridal party headed to the waterfront to rear of the church in Abbeyside, the sun was still shining it was a brilliant opportunity to record some stunning video footage on the beach.

Middleton Park Hotel Cork

The Middleton Park Hotel  is one Cork’s best wedding venues, the staff are friendly and most helpful, it is a top class hotel and one of personal favorites. Orla and Adrian enjoyed a fab wedding reception, my video coverage of the day continued up to 11pm by which time I had enough footage captured, I was already looking forward to sitting down in studio and producing this wonderful wedding film.

Thanks for taking the time to read my latest wedding  blog post, if you are in the middle of planning your wedding for 2017 or 2018 and have not yet booked a wedding videographer, please contact myself Eamon at any time for more information about our amazing HD wedding video packages.

Best Regards
Eamon

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