Summer Wedding Video Rathvilly Carlow.

Just decided to do an early morning blog before getting stuck into editing for the day, it is dark outside which is a reminder that Autumn has taken its grip. This week I am

Wedding Videographer Carlow
Wedding Videographer Carlow

sharing a clip  from a wedding in Carlow which was shot on a beautiful sunny day during the long hot summer of 2014.  Christine & Eamonn were married in St. Patrick’s Church Rathvilly Carlow followed by their wedding reception in the Newpark Hotel Kilkenny, I have already shared the clip on Facebook and Christine & Eamonn have share it with all their friends on line.   Christine Lennon  Aww Eamon thank you so much we cannot wait to see the DVD. You were so professional throughout the day and worked at such ease with our photographer. We would recommend you highly as a videographer to any couple getting married

Christine and Eamonn were really nice to work with both easygoing and relaxed  the highlights clip shows just how much they enjoyed their big day, recording began with Christine and the girls getting ready in the family home which is only 10 mins from the village of Rathvilly, some Brides prefer not to have the bridal preps recorded which I think is a pity the build up to the day is always great on the wedding film and what better build up than early morning bridal preps.

After the ceremony Christine and Eamonn dropped into Lawlors Pub in Rathvilly  for a quick drink and fun photos, there is a lovely video shot of Christine pulling a pint of Guinness for a thirsty groom, it looked like a really good pint “well done Christine ”  our next stop was Jenkinstown Park for photos and video with the bridal party.  Thomas Sunderland was the wedding photographer for the day, it was nice to work with him I often meet him at weddings in Carlow and Kilkenny he is great  to work with he set up lots of fun shots which made everyone relaxed and in the mood for the photo session.   Jenkinstown Park  is just a 10min drive from Kilkenny City in the South East of Ireland, Jenkinstown Park was once part of a large estate. Today, the old house is long gone but remnants of 1870s parkland have survived, including rare Chinese Necklace Poplars. The facilities also include a picnic site, forest walks, deer park and a craft centre. A small garden to commemorate the Irish poet Thomas Moore , the park is popular spot for wedding photos and wedding videos it is regularly  frequented by Carlow Brides and brides in Kilkenny.

Christine and Eamonn  went for the Silver package which is one of five individual cost effective packages on offer from Drangan Vodeo, all my packages include coverage of the bridal preps in the morning and sharing on facebook is an included option. Thanks to Christine and Eamonn for choosing Drangan Video to record their special day.

Here are few more interesting wedding tips :    Hosting a home Wedding

If you are in the market for a wedding venue, hosting a wedding at a private home can offer numerous advantages.  First, there is the sentimental aspect of marking this momentous occasion at that holds memories  for you:  perhaps it’s your own back yard, or you or your partner’s childhood home or a vacation house where you spent your summers as a girl.  Next, there is the cost consideration for while you may still need to rent a tent and other elements, you can save big by eliminating a venue rental fee.

First, unless you are living in a Gatsby-esque mansion, chances are  you will need to use outdoor space for some or a portion of your wedding’s events.  Perhaps the ceremony, the reception or both. This will mean that a tent  will be required, it is better that you opt for a tent that is bigger than will be required. “First, your guests will appreciate not feeling cramped. But additionally, in case of poor weather, you will be thankful to have the extra space that is protected from the elements.  Remember that with many guests come many guest needs- especially of the biological variety. Rather than overwhelm your indoor restrooms,  supplementing the indoor restrooms might be a good idea.

 Speaking of guest comfort, “Don’t overlook lighting  walk around your property and any other areas your guests will have to access after the sun goes down. Plan on buying or renting various overhead and landscape lighting so that your guests can safely walk around the reception, to the bathrooms, and back to their mode transportation.”

I Have recorded many home weddings over the past couple of years, they were a huge success and very sentimental and intimate events.

More News soon.

Regards Eamon.

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