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Christmas Greetings From All At Drangan Video

Well it is  certainly beginning to feel allot like Christmas the weather is cold outside who knows it might even snow.
I shot my last pre Christmas wedding yesterday in Clonoulty  in the heart of Tipperary, I am looking forward to my Christmas break until December 27, then for me  its back to back wedding videos in Tipperary and Kilkenny right up the January 1st 2017.

Christmas Greetings From Drangan Video In Tipperary
Christmas Greetings From Drangan Video In Tipperary

I would like to take this opportunity to wish all our customers past, present and future a very happy and exciting Christmas, Im also looking forward to meeting and working with our  2017, 2018 and 2019 couples who have chosen Drangan Video to film their special day.

Best Wishes from Eamon Mairead and family.

Questions to ask wedding suppliers and venue managers

At the earlier stages of planning your wedding, there are certain questions you should be asking prospective suppliers, vendors and venue managers in order to make sure everything will flow smoothly on your big day. In this article we will cover some of the most important questions you should be asking and hope that this will go some way to easing any worries you may have.

Questions for Suppliers and Service Providers

Question 1: How many weddings do you cater for each year?

By asking this question you can ascertain how experienced this particular supplier is. Don’t be afraid to probe by asking how long they have been in business either or by getting an idea of how many staff or freelancers they have on their team.

Question 2: Can I see your portfolio of work?

Every wedding supplier should have a portfolio of work or photographs of weddings they have catered for in the past. Whether it’s a florist, videographer, venue or musician, they should be able to demonstrate the quality of their product or service and provide references.

Question 3: Do you offer a payment plan?

Many supplier and vendors will offer a payment plan so you can pay in instalments up to the day of the wedding. Before committing to any down-payment you should also be aware of their cancellation or refund policy.

Question 4: Are there any hidden extras?

You need to know in advance the exact amount you will be paying for the service or product provided and won’t want to be surprised with any hidden extras that you haven’t budgeted for. Ask specifically if they charge extra for travel or delays and if there are any other expenses involved. Ask for an all-inclusive price.

Question 5: Are you insured?

All professional wedding suppliers and providers will be insured to cover equipment, public liability and damage. They should also be insured to cover any accidents that happen as a result of their equipment or team.

Wedding Planning Advice For Weddings In Tipperary
Wedding Planning Advice For Weddings In Tipperary

Questions for the conference or venue manager of your Hotel

Question 1: What is included in the package price?

Many venues will throw in little extras such as table settings, accommodation for the bridal party, complimentary champagne or prosecco for the toasts and tea and sandwiches for the evening refreshments. You need to have a detailed list of everything that is included so you can budget for any extras that need to be ordered.

Question 2: Can you offer discounts for midweek weddings?

For most brides and grooms, budgeting for a wedding can bring with it lots of stress and financial worry. By opting for a midweek wedding you may be able to bring down the costs significantly.

Question 3: How many people can you comfortably cater for?

Being sure of the capability of your chosen venue is extremely important and you will want to know that they can comfortably accommodate all of your guests. Ask about numbers for previous weddings they have catered for and references.

Question 4: Will you assist other vendors?

This is particularly important if other vendors require access to power points, water supply or need space for a particular service. It is imperative that your chosen venue is willing to work happily with the other service providers at your wedding.

Question 5: Are there any restrictions we need to be aware of?

This question is always worth asking to ascertain whether there may be any unforeseen restrictions. Available parking, bar opening hours, check out and check in times etc. are all important information to have in advance.

Get in touch with Eamon here at Drangan Video to ask as many questions as you would like about hiring a wedding videographer Eamon and his team are always on hand to help and offer only the most professional of services, all inclusive wedding video packages and work extremely well alongside your other chosen suppliers.

More Wedding Video News Soon.

Beautiful Tipperary Spring Wedding In Irishtown Clonmel

This is a wedding video which I recorded in February , it is the wedding of Úna & Aidan who were married in St. Mary’s Church Irishtown Clonmel, Co. Tipperary.    Weddings in Tipperary are very special for me,  I  suppose its fair to say that I feel completely at home  when working in the Premier County.

The recording began with the guests arriving at St. Mary’s Church Irishtown, Clonmel for Úna & Aidan’s wedding ceremony,  it is a beautiful old church built in 1850  to replace the original thatched chapel.  It is a fabulous wedding ceremony venue  one of my personal favorites in Tipperary  for  a building that is 165 years old it has stood the test of time, just imagine all the newly weds that have walked down that long aisle over the last century.

Aidan & Úna were pretty laid back on the day they had the day well planned and everything fell into place perfectly,  I seem to be attracting easygoing couples  which is great ” not complaining”  Drangan Video is offering a choice of 5 wedding video packages Úna & Aidan were happy to go for the Bronze Package which covers from Bridal Preps up to  the drinks reception.  It was a 3 camera shoot in the church with some cool video editing and camera mixing  as Úna and her Dad walked up the long Aisle to join Aidan who was patiently waiting to set eyes on his beautiful Bride to be.

Drangan Video Clonmel, Tipperary
Drangan Video Clonmel, Tipperary

The Park Hotel Clonmel has  earned quite a reputation  for been one of the leading wedding reception venues in Tipperary and  attracting business from Brides in Tipperary and all over Munster, for me as wedding videographer its  only a 20min drive home. South Tipperary’s newest hotel is situated off the Dublin to Cork Road its only a short stroll to the Clonmel town center.

Thanks so much for reading my lates blog post, more news next week. If you are looking for a wedding videographer in Clonmel , Cashel or any part of Tipperary be sure to contact Eamon for a competitive price and a professional wedding video service.

Regards Eamon