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Great News for Irish Weddings

Whilst the last number of months have been quite stressful for many brides and grooms, they can now see a clear path ahead that allows them to plan with confidence. On Friday the 19th of June, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar announced that Ireland would be proceeding into phase 3 of the easing of restrictions in Ireland. No doubt this announcement brought great relief to our couples who have been awaiting this news for quite some time. Let’s have a quick recap on the information provided for social gatherings:

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Please do note that all the information provided below is subject to public health guidance and the ongoing decline in Covid 19 cases.

From the 29th of June until the 20th of July, government and NPHET have advised that gatherings of up to 50 people can take place indoors with social distancing in place. Outdoor venues have a bit more leeway and can accommodate up to 200 people during this timeframe. Keep in mind that these numbers will need to include staff and any wedding suppliers that need to be onsite such as the photographer and videographer.

July 20th sees the introduction of phase 4 and therefore a further increase on numbers allowed. For those of you getting married during this time, you can allow for up to 100 people indoors or 500 outdoors. Social distancing will of course have to be in place at your venue during this time, however some careful planning can mean that sitting family groups together can make this a wonderful occasion.

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Should you find that the current guidelines and numbers are too restrictive, it’s worth considering the following options:

• Rescheduling of your wedding day until a clearer picture of the pandemic has emerged.
• Opting for an outdoor event instead of indoors. Whilst the good old Irish weather can be a bit unpredictable, the venue may be able to offer a marquee for your celebrations.
• Live-streaming of your event to family and friends.
• Reducing the numbers on your guest list.
• Speak with family and friends and get an idea of how attending an event makes them feel. What are their concerns? Once you have this information you can then work towards solutions that make everyone feel comfortable.
• Consider a two-part wedding. Many brides and grooms have opted to go ahead with the ceremony itself with limited numbers in attendance and are planning the ultimate celebration when all restrictions have been lifted.
• If you are planning a destination wedding, it’s vitally important that you communicate regularly with your venue/wedding planner and keep up to date with travel guidelines in your chosen country.

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To our brides and grooms in Tipperary, Kilkenny and right across Ireland, we look forward to working with you to find solutions to any concerns you may have. Over the past number of months, the team here at Drangan Video have been working around the clock to develop solutions for all of our budding brides and grooms. We are here to offer any guidance we can and of course will accommodate any rescheduled dates that we do not already have a booking for. Our very best wishes to you and yours, it’s time to get planning for that special day and enjoy every moment of the planning process.

Happy Wedding Video Highlights In Holycross Tipperary

Here at Drangan Video  we take great pride in sharing  our latest Tipperary & Kilkenny wedding  videos on Facebook, Instagram and our weekly wedding blog,  thanks to Mary & Seán for allowing  us  to share their amazing wedding video in this weeks wedding blog news.

We have been living through strange times since the beginning of March so many industries in Ireland have been closed due to Covid restrictions, the wedding industry ground to a halt on March 13th so many couples having to postpone their wedding until later this year or next year. Now here we are  four Months later with  the future looking positive for a return to weddings very soon in Tipperary & Kilkenny

Mary and Seán’s Wedding Video Story

Mary & Seán tied the knot on October 26th 2019 it was a fab fun filled wedding day they were a lovely couple to work with, both so laid back and easygoing.

During the Irish  Famine the  Warhouse in Ballingarry Tipperary  was the location of the 1848 Rebellion. The house shows the history of the Irish  Famine, as I drove by the war house  on my way to Mary’s bridal preps my thoughts were  of how lucky I am  to be heading off to a carefree  happy event.
On arrival I captured nice aerial drone  shots of the hills of Ballingarry it was a very cold crisp morning,  I was glad to get indoors  the sounds of laughter chat and excitement coming from the house was heartwarming. I’ve been shooting weddings in Tipperary and Kilkenny for over 25 years,  all the experience  has been invaluable, the morning preps are a mood  barometer as to what kind of wedding we will have.  The barometer reading was high for this one,  the girls had their hair/makeup done  in Mary’s brother’s house then they set off on foot to Mary’s parents house a 4 minute walk down a winding country road a great opportunity for fun video shots.

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Weddings In Holycross Abbey

Mary & Seán’s choice of wedding ceremony location was the beautifully restored Holycross Abbey in Tipperary  its also a  popular tourist attraction where visitors  can ring  the oldest church bell in Ireland it is more 750 years old.  Holy Cross Abbey is the number one choice for weddings ceremonies  in Tipperary.
Seán is a proud Holycross man he is well know in Tipperary GAA circles as a club  hurler and county supporter, the boys arrived early in good time to greet their guests as they made their way into the much needed  warmth of the church.
The aisle in the Holycross Abbey is quite a long walk in heels it was no problem for Mary,  she was in good hands as she made her way up with her brother Pat who handed her over to Seán in an emotional exchange. The ceremony was conducted by  Fr. Derry Quirke  from Ballingarry  he added  a personal touch to the ceremony by mentioning Mary’s late dad who would have been so proud to see his daughter saying yes to the love of her life Seán Comerford.

After the ceremony it was time that familiar joyful  walk down the aisle followed by a lengthy guest receiving line at the church door. Guests were not for hanging around for very long, the late October weather was a chilly a reminder that summer days or becoming a memory. It was a pleasure working with the wonderful  Katie Kavanagh for the photos her work is fun, candid and laid back, she did the bridal party photos around Holy Cross before heading off to the hotel.

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Weddings In The County Arms Birr

Birr is one of Ireland’s best heritage towns  It’s most famous landmark, the  Castle Gardens & Science Center  attracts large numbers of  tourists annually, The Great Telescope is my personal favorite must see attraction.

The  County Arms Hotel was founded  by Michael & Margaret Loughnane in 1962 it  is  Offaly’s first four star Hotel.
The  walled Garden is a wedding videographer’s  dream for capturing romantic footage as couples take time out for a quite stroll through the perfectly manicured  gardens and yet  only a few yards from their wedding  guests.
The County Arms is a popular wedding reception location for Tipperary & Kilkenny couples.

It was an honor to have been Mary & Seán’s  videographer I’m   so proud to be sharing their wedding film is this week’s blog news story.

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If you have recently become engaged or  in the process of wedding planning and are considering hiring a wedding videographer, please feel free to contact myself Eamon here at Drangan Video for information on our range of affordable  wedding videography packages for 2020 & 2021. We  cover weddings in Tipperary & Kilkenny and country wide.

Newpark Hotel All Set to Re-open July 20th

The Newpark Hotel Kilkenny is all set to reopen on July 20th it is my all time favorite venue for wedding videographey in Kilkenny here at Drangan Video we have been busy in assisting couples move their wedding to an alternative date, many of those are Newpark Weddings I cant wait to get shooting wedding videos in Kilkenny again.

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Natalie and Brian’s Wedding Video In Kilkenny

Happy wedding video memories from the the wedding of Natalie Walsh and Brian Murphy married in Foulkstown Church Kilkenny.

One of the highlights from the day took place just after the first dance when Brian grabbed the microphone to serenade his new bride with that beautiful  song “Mystery Girl” by Roy Orbison.

Natalie and the girls day began with preparations in The Folly Guesthouse in Kilkenny, Brian and the boys were in the Springhill Court Hotel Kilkenny, the highlights video features footage from both locations.
Foulkstown Church is one of my  favorite wedding ceremony locations in Kilkenny  its a small church with a gallery to the rear an ideal discreet area for an extra video camera.

The couple and guests enjoyed a fab wedding reception in the wonderful Stephouse Hotel In Carlow.

It was an honor to have been videographer for yet another smashing wedding in Killenny Natalie and Brian are a nice down to earth couple  such a pleasure to work with.
Here at Drangan Video we are looking forward to getting back to shootings weddings in the near future when the Covid restrictions are lifted.

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If you are in the process of wedding planning and are looking for a wedding videographer in Kilkenny, Tipperary, Carlow, Cork or any other county please feel free to contact Eamon here at Drangan Video who will be more than happy to discuss our range of affordable wedding videography packages for 2021/2022

 

Thurles At The Heart Of Weddings In Tipperary

If someone predicted that the Irish wedding industry would grind to a halt in 2020  we would have not believed it, so here we are May  with all weddings cancelled for the foreseeable future.
Here at Drangan Video we are busy helping couples with rescheduling  their weddings to next year, we are happy to help out in securing a new date, we are also very optimistic that our industry will recover later this year and into 2021

In this blog post  I’m happy to be sharing Amy and Shane’s wedding video highlights from December 20th 2019 happy memories from carefree times.

Thurles is at the heart of weddings in Tipperary ,the  town is located in  Tipperary  the largest inland  county in Ireland.  Siting  on the banks of the River Suir  and  overlooked by  the Silvermine Mountains  and the Slievearagh Hills  Thurles has something to suit everyone’s liking, shopping, restruants, pubs and not forgetting Semple Stadium where many battles were fought between rival counties down through the years.

Amy and Shanes Wedding Video Story

The story begins with the bridal preps in Amy’s parents house in Windsor Grove, Mill Road Thurles is a nice leafy estate  on the outskirts of the town. The morning preps are my favorite part of the day,  I love the excitement, laughter and all that positive  energy its like a tonic it certainly puts a spring in my step.
My style of videography is very much a fly on the wall approach with no setting up of cheesy  shots or directing. The video features a  lovely moment when Amy’s Dad enters the room setting eyes on his beautiful daughter dressed and ready to walk  up the aisle.

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The Cathedral of the Assumption Thurles

I love Thurles Cathedral I always feel at home there as it’s filled with lots of memories of happy wedding days the architecture is outstanding  offering  beautiful soaring space, with graceful arches and symmetrical lines.
Amy arrived in good time  for the long walk up the aisle with her proud dad an emotional moment for Shane setting eyes on his new Bride for the first time, its always a nice memory on video.
Fr. Joe Walsh is a well known Celebrant for weddings in Tipperary he is a lovey guy gifted  at  easing wedding day nerves.

Wedding Couple Thurles Cathedral Tipperary

Templemore town park for wedding photos

The park is my favorite  location for wedding  video shoots in Tipperary,the park has a fantastic playground  situated on the banks of the Lake. We stopped off at the park on our way to to the hotel  we used the wooded area for the photo call, the day was cold and dry a winter fog had descended on the park providing an amazing back drop for a winter wedding video, the sound of passing trucks hooting horns rang out through the park, the wedding party responded with happy cheers, it was nice chill out  time for Amy and Shane.

The Lakeside Hotel & Leisure Centre  Killaloe

Our final destination was the fantastic lakeside Hotel which sits on the banks of the Shannon River  providing  stunning views  of Ballina
in Co. Tipperary and Killaloe in Co. Clare.
I love everything about the venue the well maintained gardens overlooking the beauty of Lough Derg.
Amy and Shane’s wedding reception  was a truly memorable occasion the speeches were conducted before the meal discreetly recorded from a distance, after the main coarse Bride, Groom and guests enjoyed a performance by a singing waiter which was great fun on video.

Tipperary Couple Amy and Shane

Amy and Shane were so nice to work with they are both so down to earth with a great sense  of humor, they are truly delighted with their wedding video.

Thanks for stopping by and reading my latest wedding blog news, if you are in the process of wedding planning and are looking for a wedding videographer for your wedding in Tipperary, Kilkenny, Limerick or anywhere in Ireland, please feel free to contact Eamon here at drangan video who will be more than happy to discuss our choice of affordable wedding video packages for 2020/2021