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Church Weddings vs. Civil Ceremonies: Where should you exchange rings?

In this week’s blog post we take a look at Church Weddings Vs Civil Ceremonies in Ireland.  Here at Drangan Video we are committed to sharing new blog posts at least one  per week.

Right after the groom has popped that essential question ‘will you marry me?’, family and friends will begin asking their own important question: ‘church wedding or civil ceremony’.

Wedding Videographer
Wedding Videographer

Since establishing Drangan Video I’ve been to a good number of both, so here I present my top five considerations  when choosing where you will be exchanging vows.

1. The Promise
Although both a church wedding and civil ceremony carry the same legal standing, they do involve a different type  of commitment. In a civil ceremony the couple enters into a legal contract only. In a church wedding, this legally binding promise is backed-up by a spiritual commitment.
For many couples, including God in the wedding ceremony adds an extra layer of support to their commitment.  When times are hard they know that not only are they bound together in law, but also in the eyes of the God they have faith in.

Of course, if neither the bride or groom are religious, this aspect is void. However, if either of the families involved  are Christians, getting married in church can elicit more support from them. As part of the ceremony the congregation is asked to commit to supporting the marriage, and those who believe in God will take that
commitment seriously. While there may only be two people in a marriage it can be hugely beneficial to have others involved in promoting the union.

2. Church Attendance
Most churches will expect you to attend Sunday service for a number of months ahead of the ceremony. Some will  also host marriage preparation days / weekends which you will also need to attend. For some couples this is a big  reason to avoid a church wedding, while others find this type of spiritual preparation very useful. With all the  practical preparations underway it can be easy to lose sight of what comes after the wedding. Meeting regularly
with church members can help couples stay grounded an connected, even when stress levels are rising.

3. Flexibility Of Ceremony
If you opt for a church wedding there is little flexibility in how the ceremony is conducted. There may be rules about  where your wedding videographer and photographer can stand, there will be an expectation of hymns, and the  order of service is fairly rigidly prescribed. If you’d prefer a more freestyle ceremony then a civil wedding would be  better suited. There will be certain legal obligations that must be met, but otherwise the structure of the ceremony is  yours to plan.

4. Location
Couples opting for a church wedding will need to find a second separate location for the reception. This means  planning transport between venues, maps and directions for guests, maybe some signs by the side of the road,  and leaving a few trusted ushers back at the wedding venue to check everyone gets away safely.

Many wedding reception venues are licensed to conduct civil ceremonies, making it possible to host the entire day in one location. As these venues often have space for the bride and groom to prepare in, and accommodation for  guests after the wedding, the appeal of an all-in-one venue is obvious.

5. Atmosphere
The venue will set the atmosphere for the day. Some couples like the solemnity created by a religious setting. By  having church wedding they can honour the seriousness of the commitment they are making, then move on to a  more light-hearted venue to celebrate later.  Other couples prefer a fun, joyful environment for their ceremony, which is more readily available at venues licensed for civil ceremonies. Wherever you choose to exchange your vows, I’d be delighted to be a part of your special day and capture the memories on film for you.
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Tipperary Couple Jimmy & Ann-Marie Romantic Valentine’s Day Wedding

When Jimmy & Ann-Marie contacted me about been videographer for their wedding on February 14th this year I was very enthusiastic about the possibility  working with them on the day for two reasons, no 1 it was a local wedding in Clerihan, Tipperary and no 2 they were planning a romantic Valentine’s Day Wedding which sounded that bit extra special.  Here is a beautiful highlights clip from their wedding video.

Valentines Day 2015 was a beautiful sunny day which did set the scene for Jimmy & Ann-Marie’s fairytale  wedding in Clerihan. The village is a thriving centre of activity that offer many sporting and social outlets.  The village is situated  between Cashel and Clonmel not far from my own home town of Fethard  local weddings are best.

Romantic Wedding Story

Ann-Marie’s house is only 5 mins from the Church , after setting up my  main camera an microphones for the ceremony  I made my way to the house which was alive with excitement and fun.  Ann-Marie is a really bubbly person full of fun and so easy to work with, I was very happy with the footage from the bridal preps it was perfect. Ann-Marie’s chief bridesmaid Elaine has Drangan Video booked for her own wedding in Clonmel in July next and Ann-Marie will be her chief bridesmaid, looking forward to that already.

Romantic Tipperary Couple
Romantic Tipperary Couple

Fr. Ailbe O’ Bric who is well known and loved for his unassuming style of marriage ceremonies, he added a special touch to this one by wishing the blushing bride a happy birthday followed by the church singer singing it.  The photographer for the day was Bernard O’ Brien of New Age Photography Cahir, Tipperary and a pleasure to work with his work is amazing.

Kilkenny Ormonde Hotel  One of Kilkenny’s Finest

The Kings Ballroom accommodates up to 280 guests it has been recently refurbished it’s new modern style has an upmarket feel about it and is proving to be a popular choice by Tipperary & Kilkenny Brides for 2016/2017. Kilkenny Castle & Gardens is just around the corner by the left Bank and it was our venue for the photo call and recording of video footage, thankfully the sun was still shining.

This highlights clip has been already shared on my Drangan Video Facebook Page Ann-Marie & Jimmy were proud to share it with all their online friends, its a lovely clip I am delighted with the finished production. Jimmy & Ann-Marie were a pleasure to work with and congrats to them on what was a magical & Romantic Tipperary Wedding.

More blog posts very soon.

Best Regards Eamon.



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Wedding Planning Hiring A Videographer

Here at Drangan Video in Clonmel,Tipperary we are noticing changes in couples views towards making a decision  on hiring  a wedding videographer.  Nearly all couples are sure that they are going to have a professional photographer at their wedding after all  it is the most important day of their life, the photo album will sit on the coffee table for viewing by family and friends, photos will also be shared on social media including facebook and twitter.

Wedding Videographer Clonmel
Wedding Videographer Clonmel

Many couples only decide on hiring a videographer when all other wedding suppliers have been booked,  they may be at a friends wedding  and realize that the wedding is been filmed prompting the though “should we have a video” then they might look at some wedding videos on line or on  a website which will enhance the idea of having their big day on film.  Here at Drangan Video we find that the majority of couples are now booking our services at least 12 months in advance.

Photos are a smashing memory of a wedding day and are a must for every couple – but having the memories  on film is totally different. Moving pictures speak a thousand words, hearing your vows, the speeches and messages from guests, walking up the aisle with your dad, interacting with family and friends, the first dance are just some of the magical moments that will look beautiful on video.

If you are undecided about having a videographer my advice is make up your mind and go for it. Photos will always be there and will never go out of fashion. Just imagine having video footage of your parents or grandparents getting married  it would be a treasure  and personally I would love to have it.

Gone are the 3 hour wedding videos that were challenging to sit through without falling asleep, there are fantastic edit and presentation options available. Most full time professional videographers will offer a short edit version of your wedding film, full of magical moments from your day, they will also offer to share highlight video clips on line for sharing with family and friends who are  in distant parts of the world.

A general comment from couples is “the day just flew”  after all the months of planning and budgeting the long awaited big day was over in a flash. Couples never regret having the opportunity to relive their special day in the comfort of their own home.  The video night is a lovely occasion for the couple to relive their wedding day over a bottle of wine and experience all the happy and romantic emotions that are part of every wedding day.

Here at Drangan Video we always include messages   from wedding guests on every wedding film production, as the day flies by the Bride and groom may not get a chance to chat to all uncles, aunties and relatives, just imagine watching your your wedding video and hearing them talking about how beautiful the bride looked and what a fantastic day it was, they also might share a funny little childhood story.  Messages from the flower-girls and pageboys is just so special, imagine looking back on that 10 years later.

Hiring the right videographer is a pretty easy task, its just a matter of checking out their website and facebook page to view the sample videos, you can check out numerous wedding videographers from the comfort of your home, when you see samples that you really like and are moved by and if the the price is right then you are ready to hire that particular videographer. Easy as Pie !!

If you choose the right videographer you will never regret it, the happiest day of your life captured on a wedding film forever.

Thanks for taking the time to read my blog post.

Regards Eamon Drangan Video Clonmel Tipperary.





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Clonmel Couple Stephanie & Stephen : Wedding Video Memories

Spring is in the air it’s  6am I have a nice  wake up cup of tea lined up beside the keyboard, to day I am pleased  to share another lovely wedding video which I filmed in Clonmel,   on a warm sunny day in July 2014, Stephanie & Stephen were married in Powerstown Church which is one of favorite wedding ceremony venues in Tipperary, this is the highlights clip from their wedding video.

Summer 2014 was an amazing year for weddings we all have memories of the long hot summer days and enjoying uninterrupted sunshine, July 26th was certainly one of those days. I arrived at Stephanie’s house in good time to capture the fun and excitement of the bridal preps, the girls were on high every thing was going as planned. Dave & Lisa Messenger were the photographers and for me it was a pleasure to be working with them once again on a Clonmel wedding. Stephanie was a lovely bride to work with apart from looking particularly beautiful she was so down to earth and easygoing with a warm  natural smile.

Wedding Videographer Tipperary & Kilkenny
Wedding Videographer Tipperary & Kilkenny

Stephanie & Stephen decided to  celebrate their wedding ceremony in St. John the Baptist Church Powerstown, the parish of Powerstown Lisronagh is just on the outskirts of Clonmel. The parish stretches from the famous River Anner on the east side to Rathkeevin at the western side, it also touches Drumdeel near my hometown of Fethard, the parish has about 850 households both in Powerstown and Lisronagh.  I have recorded  many wedding videos in powerstown church and im sure that most wedding videographers would agree that it is and ideal  Tipperary Wedding Ceremony Venue the church stands on an elevated site overlooking the town of Clonmel which provides a stunning backdrop for wedding films.

Ballykisteen Hotel and Golf Resort was the wedding reception destination it is one of Tipperay’s best Wedding Venues. Located under the shadow of the Galtee Mountains Ballykisteen Hotel is a lovely retreat in which you can relax and unwind.  it is the perferct wedding venue the modern hotel conbines style and character, there is no more romantic setting than Ballykisteen Hotel and Golf Resort.

It was a pleasure to have been Stephanie and Stephen’s wedding videographer they were lovely to work with, we had great fun during the photo call on the golf coarse in Ballykisteen, the boys were very taken with the golf cars which were used to whisk the bridal party around to different  photo & video locations on the complex. This video clip has already been shared on my Drangan Video Facebook page which has almost 2500 likes from Brides in Kilkenny and Tipperary.

More Tipperary Kilkenny wedding news soon.

Regards Eamon.



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WEDDING ON THE LAKE in Clare Charlotte & Martin’s Wedding Video Highlights.

Each year there are always one or two wedding videos that will stand out for been somewhat  special or a little different, Charlotte and Martin’s  WEDDING ON THE LAKE  at Anna Carriga Estate, Killaloe Co. Clare was certainly one of those special and memorable weddings.

It was late September we were still enjoying an Indian summer I arrived at Garraunboy, Killaloe and as I made my way up the long driveway to Charlotte’s house  surrounded by  rolling hills and rich green Clare pastures it was a sight to behold, I remember thinking to myself ” this is going to be a great Wedding Video”  I received a huge warm Clare welcome from Charlotte and her family from then I just blended into the background and got to capture some beautiful Wedding Video footage  by a fly on the wall approach.

Wedding Video AnnaCarriga Clare
Wedding Video AnnaCarriga Clare

After spending an hour or or so covering the bridal preps it was time to make my way to  Sacred Heart and St. Lua’s Church Garraunboy which stands on a cross roads over looking beautiful Killaloe. Martin and the boys arrived in good time all looking very smart but perhaps a little nervous, his beautiful Bride Charlotte  arrived a customary 10 mins over time, which is very much the normal for weddings in Ireland. The ceremony was conducted by Fr. Pat Malone who is a family friend the happy couple were smiling through out it was a most relaxing marriage ceremony.

WEDDING ON THE LAKE :  Killaloe is lovely busy village in east Clare very near the Tipperary border. The village sits on the banks of the river Shannon Ireland’s longest river, Killaloe is famous for its river cruse trips around Lough Derg.  Charlotte and Martin and wedding guests boarded the the Spirit Of Killaloe for the 30 min river voyage to  their wedding reception venue,  I made my way by car  to get video coverage of the boat arriving at the splended  Anna Carriga Estate. The weather was just beautiful not a clould in the sky it was the ideal  I was in a ” Wedding Videographers Paradise”.

As a wedding videographer in Clare its always exciting to return to Annacarriga for a truely memorable lakeside wedding video exsperience, each couple will enjoy single  ownership of the Lakeside stunning  glass Pavilion with a perfect view of the lake.  The crystal clear waters of Lough Derg  provide  a stunning backdrop for creative film making.

A huge thanks to Charlotte for asking me to be part of their big day, the have received the wedding dvds and are very happy with the end result, Drangan Video has already  shared the above video highlights clip on Facebook, this “WEDDING ON THE LAKE; was a memorable experience for me and I look forward to returning to AnnaCarriga again during 2015.

More wedding video news soon.



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The use of Facebook and social media devices at weddings

One great advantage of been a  wedding videographer  in Tipperary and Kilkenny  is that I get to attend a large amount of weddings in many different venues.  I am always interested in the  changing trends that have come about over the last few years, now a days  nearly all wedding guests  are armed with some sort of video recording  device, smart phones, phablets, ipads, pocket cameras with wifi, you name it the list goes on  so Bride & Groom to be, look out  be fore you know it your wedding day could be unfolding to the world on facebook and other social media pages.

Weddings Tipperary
Weddings Tipperary


The use of Facebook and social media devices  at weddings: is a debatable  subject.  On one hand  you have couples who will love the idea of  huge exposure on Facebook, Twitter and social media pages.   I have heard of a Hotel in America that  is offering to supply a company whose job it is to manage all social media posting on your big day , they would more than likely stream line posts from the wedding guests to achieve the best saturation on line.  On the other hand there are couples who  where guests and were asked to refrain from using their smart phones during the ceremony, this would be common practice at some celebrity weddings in ireland, some times the celebrant will ask the guests to power off the mobiles, just in case of a ring tone during the ceremony.

Here at Drangan Video the use of facebook and social media, plays an important role for me as a wedding videographer. I offer sharing on facebook, twitter, youtube, vimeo and google +  at no extra cost with any  of my 5 wedding video packages.  A short  4 minute video highlights clip will be shared on line  but only with the permission of the couple.

We are all aware of the role that Facebook  plays at weddings in Ireland now,  it is a matter of consideration for the Bride & Groom during the wedding planning process.  Many couples would prefer to wait for the Professional Wedding Video and photos before sharing on Facebook,  the advice for guests is to try to honor the feelings of the couple by asking them if its ok to share wedding clips on social media.

 1. Play it safe.

When you’re the guest, it’s best to avoid whipping out your phone until you know what the couple has planned.

2. Once you know the plan, respect it.

If the couple has asked you to refrain from taking photos on your phone, follow their rules. “First and foremost, you’re a guest at this wedding, so be respectful of the fact that they’re paying a big chunk of money for professional wedding video and photos to be captured on the day  But if they’ve created a hashtag just for the big day, go ahead and tweet away.

3. Don’t go overboard.

If you’re at a wedding where social media use has been approved, you should still keep yourself in check. “Less is more when it comes to being a guest,”  “Don’t upload 90 unedited photos.” or video clips. As with any big celebration, wedding guests tend to let loose as the night goes on, putting the phone away after dinner is served so as to avoid embarrassing anyone is a good idea.

4. Enjoy the moment firsthand.

But most of all,  make sure you enjoy the event as it’s happening in front of you, instead of through a screen. “Share those memories,”  “But be sure to put the phone away and enjoy the day that the couple have put so much time and money into planning.”

More Wedding Video news soon.

Regards Eamon.

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Happy Wedding Video In Waterford

At this time of the year its refreshing for me to share some wedding video highlights  from weddings that I have filmed over the past 12 months.  The following clip is a snippet from from a lovely,  Happy Wedding Video  in Waterford.

From the moment that I first spoke to Michelle and Garry I knew that we were in for great wedding day, they were so down to earth, happy and easygoing, straight away I was  looking forward to working with them on their wedding day.   September 12th was another beautiful sunny day, I arrived for bridal preps in Kings Meadow, McDonagh Road at 11 am, with just two hours to go Michelle and the girls were showing no signs of panic, a very relaxed Bride to be said t “everything will be grand” and it was.

Drangan Video Watrford
Drangan Video Watrford

The wedding ceremony was set for 2pm in the Church of the Sacred Hearth the Folly Waterford which was only a 10 min drive from Michelle’s house, I arrived in good time to get shots of Gary and the boys arriving, not a bother on Gary it was just another day, he was in no hurry in to the church making the best of the beautiful weather he enjoyed a chat with family and friends before the arrival of his beautiful bride who arrived 10 mins late which is not bad timing, Gary and the boys were already seared and ready for the ceremony.

Ballindud Mill and Cottage is a famous tourist attraction in Waterford, it is situated on the Tramore road just on the outskirts of Waterford city, we arrived there at 4pm for family photos. I was delighted with my video footage, the sun was still shining from a blue sky as Michelle and Gary took a quite  stroll around the the grounds, the old mill wheel still stands at Ballindud and is set to one side of the old cottage its an amazing backdrop for wedding videos and photos.

The Tower Hotel Waterford is on of my favorite wedding venues in the South East, the stately building sits on the banks of the river suir, at the Mall in Waterford city. Weddings in the tower are always a memorable occasion, the staff are so friendly and experienced as they go about the job of hosting unforgettable  wedding receptions. The speeches were conducted before the meal which was no problem for the hotel, dancing began at 10pm which is quite early, thanks again to the hotel management and staff  for getting tables cleared away in good time for the band to set up.

A big thank you to Michelle & Gary for choosing me as their wedding videographer, it was a a fab wedding everything went off without a hitch thanks to good planning and attention to detail,  wishing Gary & Michelle all the very best for the future, they have promised to recommend Drangan Video to some of their friends who are thinking of tying the knot in the near future.  I am already looking forward to producing  my next Happy Wedding Video In Waterford.

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WEDDING DAY PLANNING 2015 : Some tips for the Groom

After many years of producing wedding videos in Tipperary, Kilkenny and  other counties in throughout Ireland, I have come to the conclusion that when its comes to planning a wedding  the Groom is a back seat driver and is more than happy to leave it all to the love of his life:  “The Bride to Be;”  During 2014 I could count on one hand the number men that looked after booking the Wedding Video  and the same goes for hiring of other wedding suppliers.

Wedding Video Tipperary
Wedding Video Tipperary

After a little research on the web I came across 10 interesting Groom To-Dos: Tips on   I have listed all 10 below.

You bought the ring, popped the question, and now you get to kick back until your wedding day rolls around, right? Well, that’s one option, but the best way to keep her happy — and you out of the doghouse — is to get involved. Here are our top tips for being a great groom.

1. Have an Opinion

This is your wedding too, so get in on the planning. Pick a few things that interest you (food? the wedding music? photos?). You don’t have to wax poetic on the difference between lilies and daisies for the bridesmaid bouquets, but give your opinion on the major planning points; it’ll let your fiance know she’s not in this alone. And wouldn’t it be nice to know a little something about your wedding before you attend it?  I would like to add the Wedding Video to the Groom’s to do list of booking suppliers.

2. Relish Your Wedding Registry

It may seem like a tedious task, but think about it: You get to wander around a store, picking things you want that someone most likely will buy you — you can’t beat that. Better yet, it’s now common to shop beyond the kitchen department. Consider home electronics, power tools, and camping gear. Can’t justify shelling out for a plasma screen yourself? Throw it on your wedding registry, and a group of friends might buy it for you!

3. Don’t Be a Pushover — Really

She wants to register for a yellow comforter with little pink flowers, and you don’t want to have to stash your bedspread in the closet every time your friends come over. See if you can meet her halfway: Tell her the floral patterns are a bit much, but you’re fine with yellow, maybe in another style. You’ll make her happy and salvage your manhood.

4. Give Her a Break

If she’s doing the majority of the planning for your wedding, she’s probably bordering on wedding overload. You need to make sure she doesn’t have an ulcer (or a grudge!) by the time she walks down the aisle. Give her a night to relax and cook her dinner, do the dishes, rent her favorite movie (yes, even a chick flick), and remind her why wedding planning is worth the stress.

5. Be a Buffer

If your mom is calling your fiance every hour to talk about the wedding, you run the risk of major family conflict, with you stuck in the middle. Your mission: Keep the peace. Call your mom and let her know that while you appreciate her interest and excitement, it’s your wedding and she needs to give you two some planning space. Take responsibility for communicating with your family so that you can filter out petty worries from legitimate concerns.

6. Get Some Help

Has your fiance really hit the wall? Suggest hiring a planner for the day of your wedding. (Use our local resources to find a great day-of wedding planner in your area.) Your consultant will handle all the little details that neither you nor your bride will want to deal with, and it’ll be a relief to have a professional on hand to fix any little mix-ups.

7. Don’t Add Insult

Your fiance may complain about her mom who’s being a control freak, or about her uncle who wants to bring his new girlfriend, or her cousin who wants to bring all four of her kids. Don’t join in on the family bashing. Hear her out, agree with her, but don’t take this opportunity to tell her the things about her family that annoys you. Her bad mood will pass, but your careless comments may stick.

8. Arrange the Attire

Send out detailed emails to all your groomsmen filling them in on the relevant info for the formalwear — let them know when and where to get fitted for their tuxes, and remind them to return the suits the day after the wedding to avoid annoying late fees. Loop your fiance in on the emails to prove that you’ve got everything under control. The more info you can share, the better. Got directions to the tux place? Include them. Don’t assume they’ll know anything about this stuff. Did you before you got engaged?

9. Manage Your Men

Know your friend who loses his car keys at least once a week? Probably better not to make him responsible for bringing your ring to the ceremony. And your buddy who tends to drink too much? Make sure one of your more reliable (or sober) groomsmen keeps him from flirting with your fiance’s mom at the rehearsal dinner. Your guys don’t have to be saints, but they will have responsibilities, and it’s your job to make sure they know what they are.

10. Get Sentimental

The day of your wedding, send her a gift, flowers, or a sweet note to read while she’s getting ready. Or, at the reception, pull the videographer aside and tape a special message to her. She’ll see it later and we promise, she’ll love you all the more.



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Wedding Video Packages: Tipperary, Kilkenny Waterford

I am delighted to share my new year line up of Wedding Video Packages which are available  to, Brides in Tipperary, Kilkenny, Waterford;  and further a field.  Over the last two years the Diamond Package has been the most popular choice, it covers the full day from the Bridal Preps in the morning up to 11pm that evening. There is no travel charge for  recording wedding videos in Tipperary or any other counties in Munster :

Wedding Video Tipperary
Wedding Video Tipperary

How to Book a Wedding Video :  Booking  any one of my five packages could not be easier, just pop a few lines  from the contact page on my Drangan Video Website  or the Facebook Page,  give me the date for your wedding and include the ceremony and reception venues, I will get back to you by return email letting know if the date is available or not.  A deposit of €200 will secure a booking and a receipt for the payment  will be returned. The wedding video booking will then be entered on  icloud calenders for viewing on my handheld devices and  PC’s,  I also write the booking into a paper diary, that is it you now have your Wedding Videographer sorted.

My approach taking bookings for  wedding videos is pretty straight forward, I like to keep things simple and easy for the couple, booking certain wedding suppliers can be tedious  and time consuming due to a lack of information  on poorly designed websites which sometimes do not contain the relevant information.  A wedding videographer’s website should contain loads of wedding video samples and up to date blog posts which should also include  video clips.

A price list for all Video Packages is a must, easy navigation of the site with links to the various pages is also important.  Normally when I receive an email or facebook enquiry from a couple they are ready to go ahead with a booking because they are more than happy with all the information that is available on my website.

More news soon :  Check out my wedding video packages below :

Wedding Video Packages : Tipperary, Kilkenny  and Waterford:

CEREMONY – € 475
* Recording begins at Bride’s house depending on distance from the church.
* Guests arriving at ceremony are recorded.
* The full ceremony is recorded.
* The couple greeting their guests after the ceremony is also recorded.
* The photo shoot at the ceremony venue is recorded.
* Old photos or video footage of the couple growing up may be included in the finished production.
* Choose your own background music. Simple just send your music list by text or email.
* Recording ends when the couple depart from the ceremony venue and leave for the reception venue.

BRONZE – € 550
* Recording begins at Bride’s house depending on distance from ceremony venue.
* Guests arriving for ceremony are recorded.
* The full ceremony is recorded.
* The couple greeting their guests after the ceremony is also recorded.
* The photo shoot at the ceremony venue is recorded.
* Bride & Groom being welcomed by their guests at reception venue
* The Drinks Reception
* Old photos or video footage of the couple growing up may be included in the finished production.
* Choose your own background music. Simple just send your music list by text or email.
* Recording ends after the drinks reception, 5pm approx.

SILVER – € 700
* Recording begins at Bride’s house depending on distance from ceremony venue.
* Guests arriving for ceremony are recorded.
* The full ceremony is recorded.
* The couple greeting their guests after the ceremony is also recorded.
* The photo shoot at the ceremony and reception venue is recorded.
* Bride and Groom being welcomed by their guests at reception venue.
* The Drinks Reception.
* Old photos or camcorder footage of the couple growing up may be included in the finished production.
* Choose your own background music. Simple just send your list of music by text or email.
* Recording ends when the Bride & Groom join their guests in the function room for dinner.
* Speeches are included if they are taking place before the meal.

GOLD – € 875
* Recording begins at Bride’s house depending on distance from ceremony venue.
* Guests arriving for ceremony are recorded.
* The full ceremony is recorded.
* The couple greeting their guests after the ceremony is also recorded.
* The photo shoot at the ceremony and reception venue is recorded.
* Bride and Groom being welcomed by their guests at reception venue.
* The speeches are discreetly captured on camera.
* Vox Pops / guests offering best wishes on camera, very personal and great fun.
* Old photos or camcorder footage of the couple growing up may be included in the finished production.
* Choose your own background music. Simple just send your list of music by text or email.
* Recording ends after the first dance.

DIAMOND – € 925
* Recording begins at Bride’s house depending on distance from ceremony venue.
* Guests arriving for ceremony are recorded.
* The full ceremony is recorded.
* The couple greeting their guests after the ceremony is also recorded.
* The photo shoot at the ceremony and reception venue is recorded.
* Bride and Groom being welcomed by their guests at reception venue.
* The speeches are discreetly captured on camera. Simple just send your list of music by text or email.
* Vox Pops / guests offering best wishes on camera, very personal and great fun.
* Old photos or camcorder footage of the couple growing up may be included in the finished production.
* Choose your own background music.
* Recording ends at 11 PM.

All wedding packages include 4 DVD’s supplied in customized cases!

Optional Wedding Video Slideshow

As an optional extra we can provide a  wedding video montage of the day to be shown in the main function room on a large screen, just before the first dance. The video slideshow includes;

  • Bridal party preparations at Bride’s house.
  • Arrival of the Groom & Groomsmen.
  • Guests arriving at ceremony venue.
  • Marriage Ceremony.
  • Photo Call.
  • Arrival of the Bridal Party at the Reception Venue.
  • Price :  €200.




Happy Christmas From Tipperary

We are all set for Christmas 2014 here in Tipperary, just enjoying a break from shooting Wedding Videos until after Christmas. On behalf of myself Mairead and all the Anglim family we would like to wish all our past and future customers a very happy and enjoyable Christmas 2014.Wediings-In-Tipperary