Category Archives: Wedding Videographer Cork

Wedding Video Memories : Karen And Brian Cork City

Hello and welcome once again to my Drangan Video blog page, in this week’s news feed I am happy to share a recent wedding video which was filmed in Cork City otherwise known as the capital of Munster. Karen & Brian were married in the North Cathedral Church  which is one the oldest and most beautiful wedding ceremony venues in Cork.

The wedding video story begins in Bawnleigh, Banduff on the ouskirts of Cork not far from Mayfield Business park, on arrival at Karen’s parent’s house i was greeting with a warm cork welcome by Karen’s mum & dad her dad David Harris is a well known wedding photographer covering weddings in and around cork city and county, some of the fab pics in this video clip were supplied by David “very proud dad”  the bridal preps were a lively affair Karen was a beautiful lively bubbly bride and even at this early stage in the day she  looked stunning.

North Cathedral Cork :

The Cathedral of Saint Mary and Saint Anne is a Roman Catholic cathedral located in Cork, Ireland. It is the seat of the Bishop of Cork and Ross, and the mother church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Cork and Ross, it is one of my favorite wedding ceremony venues in Cork  it is a magnificent setting for a truly memorable wedding day, for me as a wedding videographer it is perfect for discreet and unobtrusive wedding film capture.

Fun Wedding Video Cork
Fun Wedding Video Cork







Garryvoe Hotel and Wedding Venue :

After the wedding ceremony we headed for Garryvoe Hotel which overlooks beautiful Ballycotton Bay, the hotel is about 20 km from East Cork Golf and not far from Barryscourt Castle, where we stopped off for some photos and video footage, it was beautiful there the sun was beaming down on a very happy and fun wedding party.

As we head in to October, summer 20015 is becoming a distant memory  just like the months weddings come and go and some wedding suppliers might say that all weddings are the same, I totally disagree one thing for certain is that Cork weddings are special. Karen and Brian were your typical Cork couple, very friendly down to earth and great fun to work with, Karen was a very well organized bride everything went off without a glitch.

I have a number of cork wedding videos on my books over the comming months which Im really looking forward to Cork weddings are fab, congrats again to Karen & Brian.

More Wedding Video news soon.

Regards Eamon.

Beautiful Scenic Wedding Video Locations In Cork

Here at Drangan Video, we have had a very busy summer and whilst the weather has been somewhat disappointing at times it certainly didn’t dampen the spirits of our excited brides and grooms.

This summer has seen us spend time travelling the length and breadth of the country providing videography services for weddings in Cork, Waterford, Kilkenny, Dublin, Galway and Kerry to name but a few. So it’s hard to believe that we’re now facing into the latter half of the year and making plans for Christmas and New Year weddings already, where has the year gone!

Late last year we met with a number of couples who wed this summer in Cork, and asked our advice on the best places for wedding videos and photographs in the Cork region. We were extremely happy to oblige as we are very familiar with Cork County and City and have filmed many events and weddings there over the years. So for those of you who are planning a wedding in Cork and need some ideas for great locations to shoot a special wedding video, we hope you find this useful.

Scenic wedding locations  in Cork

For those marrying in Cork City

Gougane Barra West Cork
Gougane Barra West Cork







Cork City has a wonderful range of venues and locations that are just perfect for shooting a short wedding video before you arrive at your venue of choice. For those who want to try something a little different why not check out some of the locations below:

The English Market – you may require permission to film in here, so be sure to talk to all the right people before you decide to use the location for a shoot!

Shandon – the views from Shandon are absolutely fabulous and couldn’t be a better setting for a picturesque wedding video or photography session.

Blackrock Castle and Observatory – situated on the banks of the Lee about a 10-minute drive from the City Centre, Blackrock Castle is an idyllic location.

Blarney Castle and Woollen Mills – fancy kissing the Blarney Stone in all your finery, why not do something different with your wedding party prior to arriving at the venue?

Fitzgerald’s Park – nestled in the heart of Cork City, Fitzgerald’s Park holds dear memories for most people of Cork origin. A perfect setting to make more memories on your big day.

Cobh Town – Cobh is situated on the Great Island in Cork harbour and is home to one of Ireland’s largest and most impressive Cathedrals, perfect for those who wish to get some

For those marrying in Cork County

great scenic shots and film.
Ballycotton Cliffs – the Cliffs in Ballycotton with the lighthouse in the distance would make an impressively scenic backdrop to any wedding video.

Garnish Island – take the ferry with your bridal party from Glengarriff to Garnish Island where you can enjoy some of the most beautiful gardens and walks the country has to offer.

Roches Point – At the mouth of Cork Harbour, Roches Point is situated at the top of a hill overlooking both the harbour and the Atlantic Ocean. No better backdrop for a couple who are looking forward to their future.

Cork City and County is home to a wealth of idyllic locations for those who wish to shoot a wedding video with a difference. If you have any ideas of your own we would love to hear them and please feel free to share your very own favourite Cork locations.

For wedding videography services in Cork City or County, please feel free to get in touch with Eamon here at Drangan Video at any time. We are always on hand to advise in any way we can and will be happy to make suggestions that will make your wedding video extra special.

More Cork Wedding News Soon.

Regards Eamon.