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Watch our latest Montages and Moments from our past couples wedding videos from all over Northern Ireland. Watch another part of your day, venue or location to see how we filmed each before.
Sinead & Kieran Got married in St. Malachy’s Church, Carrickcruppen, Camlough, County Armagh. From there they made their way to the Abbey Ruins, Carlingford, then on to the town for a quick pint at PJ O Hare’s, Carlingford and a great photo opportunity with the bridal party, taken by their photographer Karen from Essence photography. The remaining photos were taken with friends and close family on arrival at The four Seasons Hotel, Carlingford. After mealtime if was time for the evenings entertainment starting with their first dance with music provided by The Nooks. Just the start to a great nights craic. All the best to Sinead & Kieran for the years ahead!!
When Martin & Fay said ‘I do’ at Clandeboye Lodge, Bangor, County Down. Martin arrived in style in a convoy of 3 classic minis. Photos with their photographer Chris Semple were taken around the beautiful grounds at Clandeboye Lodge and also Crawfordsburn County Park. Watch out for Fay and her bridesmaids and the surprise dance for they had planned for Martin. A great start to a fantastic night’s entertainment provided by DJ Ray Mac discoboxentertainments.
Adele & Matthew ‘Tied the Knot’ at Tandragee Baptist Church, County Armagh. From there it straight to Corick House Hotel, Clogher, County Tyrone. The beautiful weather and fantastic grounds made a great combination for their photos with family and friends. After their meal it was time for the first dance with the music provided by The Professionals, just the start of an amazing nights entertainment.
All the best to Adele & Matthew for their future together 🙂
Mairead & Damian got married in Holy Trinity, Cookstown, County Tyrone. After a brief halt for a few photos with their photographer Darren Foy at Ireland’s highest pub, The Ponderosa Bar. It was on to Inishowen Gateway Hotel, Buncrana in County Donegal for an amazing reception.
Maeve & Martin tied the knot in Kilnaleck, County Cavan on 12th July. Martin being a keen rally driver appeared at his home with a couple of his rally cars, before getting suited and booted and zipping off in a superb Audi RS6. Before the church service Maeve met Martin down by Lough Sheelin close to Maeve’s home for their ‘First Look’. After the vows were made there was time for some mingling with their guests around the ‘Coffe Doc’ it was on to Corick for their photos with photograper John O’Neill from Sperrins photography, with family and friends. Following their reception meal it was time for their first dance to music provided by Addiction. But just before this great moment it was time for something slightly different. Along with their guests they were able to watch the highlights of their day viewing video edge’s montage ‘Same Day Edit’. This is what they viewed!
Melissa & Darrell got married in Ardess Parish Church, County Fermanagh. After their vows they headed to Corick House, Clogher, County Tyrone. Some photo time with their photographers The Lous around the beautiful grounds followed. Later in the evening entertainment began with their first dance with music provided by The Engagements. Only the beginning to an amazing night’s craic. Big congrats!
Christina & Barry got married at the amazing Slieve Donard Hotel, Newcastle, County Down.
Having their entire day there made everything really relaxed, including loads of extra time with close family and friends. Christina’s brother-in-law, Sean McKevitt was their chosen photographer for the day, making good use of the fantastic clear Christmas holiday weather. Later in the evening Christina & Barry had their first dance as husband and wife to music provided by Electric Circus, playing a John Lennon song ‘Oh my love’ This was just the beginning to an amazing night of entertainment.
Rebekah & Eduardo made the journey back from Madrid, Spain to get married in Knockbreda Methodist in Belfast, County Antrim. From there it was straight to Edenmore Country Club, County Down. After the reception meal the bridal party had a photo shoot with Rebekah & Eduardo’s photographer and friend Ernesto Naranjo. In the evening they had their first dance as husband and wife to music played by Mother’s Little Helpers, only the beginning to a fantastic night of craic!!!
Laura & Paddy made the journey all the way from Melbourne, Australia to get married in Our Lady Queen of peace, Dunmurrry, Belfast, County Antrim. From there it was straight to Tullyglass House Hotel for photos with friends and family by Zoe Heatherington Photography.
Soon after came the speeches, dinner, first dances and a surprise performance by Celtic Storm Irish Dancers, ensuring a packed dance floor for their band, The Real Shindig into the wee hours.
Lucy & William got married in St. Matthews Church of Ireland, Richhill, County Armagh. From there it was straight to the amazing Ballymagarvey Village, County Meath for photos with their bridal party, family and friends with their photographer Paul Quinn of Signature photography. Amazing autumn sun was enjoyed by all throughout the day. Later in the evening we managed to catch a fantastic sunset, do a sparkler parade and had a photo moment beneath the Chandelier tree. Then it was time for the first dance to music provided by Stonewall. A truly amazing day 🙂
Claire and Gary got a great surprise when their son Jack got up to say his piece during their reception speeches at the Four Seasons, Carlingford. Well done Jack!
Every once in a while, something unique happens without warning, this was definitely the case when Kevin Keenan sang The Girl by City and Colour at Rachel & Leigh’s wedding last Saturday.
We’re currently working on a ‘montage edit’ of their entire day. We’ll be posting it here once it’s ready. 🙂
Aislinn & Gareth got married in St Gerards Parish, Antrim Road, Belfast. From there it was straight to The Dunadry, County Antrim. Photos with the bridal party and families were taken around the grounds with photographer Jake Samuels Photography. Here are some moments from their montage edit, watch the full montage by clicking here.
You always expect a bit of a roasting from a best man speech, or a few embarrassing stories. Well how about a little bit of both at the same time? That’s exactly what Ferdoa got! It made for some great laughs and a great moment.
Kerri and the bridesmaids got ready in the stunning Ballymagarvey Village, County Meath when suddenly another princess appeared. Little Ruby was all smiles and certainly not shy around the cameras with all the hustle and bustle.
Aimeé and Niall got married in The Church of the Immaculate Conception. It was an absolutely beautiful blue sky day which lit the inside of the church perfectly. Here is some of details of the church just before Niall and the guys arrived.
Karen and Scott had a beautiful reception in Bellingham Castle in County Louth. Their speeches got off to a great start with the Father of the Bride, Martin. Here is a great story and moment while welcoming Scott into the family.
After getting married at their family home in Cranford, County Donegal, Sarah and Scott headed down to the water to take some amazing photographs with Andrea O’Hare photography. Such beautiful scenery, they even got a wee wave from some local fishermen.
Tanya and Glenn said their vows in St Joesph’s in Ballymartin, Killkeel, County Down in front of all their friends and family. It’s a big moment and can be nerve wrecking, but thanks to their wonderful priest for making it so much fun for this fantastic couple.