This is the highlights video clip from another wedding video in Tipperary, Saint Mary’s Church Cahir was the ceremony venue for Jeanette & Brian who are a local couple living
on the out skirts of the town, the date was March 15th 2014 it was a lovely bright sunny day and the weather forecast was promising for St Patricks Day also.
I was delighted to have been selected as the videographer for Jeanette & Brian’s special day, Jeanette had been following my posts on Facebook and my Drangan Video blog page for quite a while and was very impressed with my style of camera work and production skills, her package choice was the diamond which provided coverage of both houses in the morning with recording continuing up to 11pm that evening, please visit the wedding page on my website for the full list of 2015/2016 video packages which are available to brides in Tipperary and Munster.
Jeanette & Brian are really impressed with their wedding DVD the above highlights clip has been shared on my Drangan Video facebook Page and has received glowing reviews from many of their online friends . The recording began with Jeanette and her hardworking bridesmaids attending to her every need, the footage is beautiful it features Jeanette’s broad glowing smile which has to be the highlight of the above clip, little snippets of her proud parents sneaking a first look at the beautiful bride in her wedding dress, it was nice to spend time in the house just taking in the excitement of the moment.
After the bridal preps I headed off to get video footage of the boys getting ready, the lads were fairly laid back no panic just another day, they even managed a spot of hurling in the back yard before heading down to the church. Brian Enright has represented Cahir GAA Club on many Tipperary football teams he is a footballer of fame and has done Cahir and Tipperary GAA proud in recent years, but of coarse March 15th 2014 was by far his most important match when he married the love of his life Jeanette.
After the ceremony the bridal party stopped off at Cahir Castle which is one of the largest castles in Ireland, it is built on an island in the river suir. It was built in 1142 by Conor O’ Brien prince of Thomand, it is one of the finest tourist attractions in Tipperary and not forgetting the Rock of Cashel which is only a few miles away. I got some lovely video coverage of the bridal party just walking on the busy street in Cahir and then down by the river Suir which flows through the town of Cahir on its winding way to the sea. I also got some interesting shots around the Castle with the large wooden doors and stone walls as a neutral backdrop.
The wedding reception was in Aherlow House Hotel one of the finest wedding venues in Tipperary, adjacent to the hotel is the Aherlow nature park 50 acres of natural woodland which is ideal for a quiet stroll the day after a wedding, maybe walk off the excess food and drink. The hotel and lodges over look the Glen of Aherlow with uninterrupted views of the Galtee Mountain which is the highest inland mountain range in Ireland. Aherlow House is under different management for the last couple of years and it building a good name for itself as top class wedding venue in Tipperary.
Congratulations to Jeanette & Brian on organizing a fab wedding, I enjoyed working with them on the day everything went as planned and thanks to Jeanette for the lovely comments of praise on Facebook, when I was packing up and heading home on the night, Brian followed me out to say thanks for everything on the day. I am looking forward to more weddings in Cahir during spring 2015.
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