Fantastic Venues Covered by Wedding Videographer in Tipperary
As a wedding videographer in Ireland, it is, perhaps, not surprising that I often find myself working in Tipperary.
Tipperary weddings are hugely popular, and rightly so! The historic 13th century architecture, nestled amongst the Galtee and Silvermine Mountains (to name just a few of Tipperary’s stunning landmarks), makes for spectacular scenery and breathtaking backdrops that look absolutely incredible in Tipperary wedding videos. But, believe it or not, there’s much more to Tipperary than meets the eye!
I’ve been working as a wedding videographer in Tipperary for many years now, and I’ve been lucky enough to shoot ceremonies, receptions, and video footage at some of the most jaw dropping wedding venues and backdrops in the area, including Holycross Abbey, the Rock of Cashel, and the beautiful Ormond Castle. However, my job as a wedding videographer in Tipperary also means that I’ve been given a fantastic opportunity to enjoy some of the
more unusual and offbeat local wedding venues, too.
Back to Nature in Tipperary
Tipperary brides are always glamorous, but they’re not afraid to get their hands dirty, either! I’ve chatted with a number of brides recently who want to include the natural beauty of Tipperary into their wedding day, not just with the scenery, but with the local wildlife, too! As a local wedding videographer, I’ve got good knowledge of the region, and for brides and grooms wanting to get back to nature I often recommend Tipperary’s very own Marlfield
Lake, where the wedding party – and their guests – can relax, unwind, and even feed the swans (don’t forget to pack some stale bread!) Wedding video shoots like this are always a nice way to let your hair down after the ceremony, before the bustling reception begins.
The Cool Waterfront Breeze
Of course, when you think of Tipperary weddings, you usually think of the mountains. There are many wedding venues in the area that offer spectacular mountain views for brides and grooms, such as the Ballykisteen Resort and the Aherlow House Hotel, but let’s not forget that we’re on the doorstep of Lough Derg, too! For something a little different, there’s a wonderful hotel situated right on the shoreline, the Coolbawn Quay, and you can even hire a lakeside pavilion for your wedding and chow down on BBQ in the clubhouse. Drangan video were recently at Coolbawn Quay to video the wedding of Noel and Aisling, and I was blown away by how far removed from other Tipperary weddings it was.
A Touch of Modern Luxury
The area’s history – and the fact that it has successfully retained that history – is one of the most wonderful things
about the county, and it’s why many brides and grooms choose Tipperary weddings. However, for those looking
for a touch of modern luxury, Tipperary can also tick all the boxes, if you know where to look! There’s a lot of talk
on the Tipperary wedding photographer grapevine at the moment about the 4* Hotel Minella which, although dating
from 1863, is a surprisingly modern wedding venue. Not only is the building itself quite up-to-date inside, with
en-suite hot tubs, a swimming pool, and full gymnasium, but a contemporary, mouthwatering hog roast is also on
the menu for wedding parties!
The Talented Tipperary
Regardless of your own personal wedding styles and preferences, I don’t think you can go wrong with Tipperary. From church weddings to boutique hotel weddings, from lakeside weddings to mountain weddings, Tipperary offers pretty much anything you could dream of for your big day, and as a wedding videographer lucky enough to be working in the county regularly, I’ve had the honour to enjoy weddings at almost all of them! It’s a winner!
Getting married in Tipperary? What amazing venue have YOU chosen?