Stephanie and Fergal Got married at Ballydougan Mill, Downpatrick, County Down. An amazing day with splendid sunshine, ice-cream and live music in the afternoon. Photos on the day were taken by TC Photography. Later in the evening they had their first dance to the live music performed by the The Real Shindig
Tanya and Glenn got married in St Joseph’s, Ballymartin, Kilkeel, County Down. They then traveled in their awesome Volkswagen Beetle and Camper van to Tollymore Forest Park for a quick photo with Andrew McKenna Photography before heading down to The Culloden Estate in Holywood, County Down. After a beautiful meal they partied the night away with all their friends and family to The Reckoners.
Rachel and Richard got married in St. Saviour’s, Dobbin, Portadown, Country Armagh. From there it was over to The Killyhevlin, Enniskillen, Country Fermanagh for their photos and reception. A surprise visit by the singing chef from Cameoflage awaited their guests after their meal. The first dance with the music from The Untouchables was just the beginning to a fantastic night’s craic!
When we filmed Seainin & Michael along with their photographer Hanna McKernan at the end of August in Church of the Assumption, Tullyallen; they were totally unaware that her Auntie Yvonne O’Hagan along with Patsy O’Neill had flown all the way from New Zealand to surprise the happy couple. Watch this brilliant moment unfold!
Emma & Jason came back to their hometown to get married at Christchurch, Limavady.
After their vows they took a short trip to The Roe Valley Country Park, a place which holds fond memories of their childhood, for a few photos with their photographer Kris Dickson before heading to the stunning Redcastle Hotel.
After a few more photos with families and bridal party down at the Donegal shore it was time for the evening meal.
Later in the evening they had their first dance to Al Green’s ‘Let’s Stay Together’ followed by music into the wee small hours to live music played by the fantastic The Big Kahuna.
A wonderful day all round filled with love and laughter from start to finish!
Aislinn and Gareth got married in St Gerards Parish, Antrim Road, Belfast. From there it was straight to The Dunadry. Photos with the bridal party and families were taken around the grounds with photographer Jake Samuels Photography. After their reception, they danced the night away with The Real Shindigs. Congratulations Aislinn and Gareth!
Paula & Aaron got married in Coagh Baptist Church, Coagh, County Tyrone. From there it was straight to the Galgorm Resort, Ballymena for their photos with family and friends. The evening reception began with their first dance to ‘Then by Brad Paisley’ this was followed by an evening of live music by Platinum.
Leigh-ann & Paul got married in St.Brides Church, Doagh, County Antrim. From there it was straight to the Galgorm Resort, Ballymena for their photos with family and friends. The evening reception began with their first dance to the song ‘Never stop by Safetysuit’ followed with an evening live music by the Resolution.
The perfect end to a beautiful day! 🙂
Sunneva & Luke got married in the beautiful Killowen Chapel, County Down, right beside Carlingford Lough. After some family photos outside the church it was straight to Bellingham Castle at Bellingham Estate.
All their guests had a relaxing time on the patio with glorious sunshine, live music and ice-creams. After a few more informal photos around the grounds with Chris Semple Photography it was time for the evening reception with speeches followed by the traditional Bellingham sword cake cutting.
The first dance was to U2’s ‘All I Want is You’ performed by live music by Carouse, just the beginning to a fantastic nights craic.
Donna & Michael came back from Liverpool to ‘tie the knot’ in Ardess Parish Church County Fermanagh. From there the bridal party headed to the amazing Donegal Castle for their photos with Sharon Kee Photography.
Then it was on to the Mill Park Hotel for their reception. Later in the evening they had the first dance to Tenerife Sea by Ed Sheeran followed by an evening of craic to the music by The Goodfellas.
We posted this on Facebook a few weeks back, but thought it would be a good idea to share it on our homepage as well. When Hollie & Adrain arranged their wedding day they were totally oblivious to the surprise that would be waiting for them outside The Slieve Donard, Newcastle. Only ‘The Red Arrows’ at the Festival of Flight. They even managed to draw a Red Heart for the newlyweds! Videoedge got to capture this amazing moment alongside Ciaran O’Neil Photography. Amazing! Here’s how it went!
Lisa & Steven got married in Cloveneden Presbyterian Church Loughgall, County Armagh. After the vows they headed to Lough Erne Resort & Spa. Photos followed with their photographer Sara Dalzell Photography, around the golf greens by the lough, with fantastic weather throughout the day. Later in the evening it was time for the first dance with the entertainment provided by ‘Stonewall Folk Group’.
Just the begining to a fantastic evening!
Anne-Marie & Michael got married in Grange Chapel, Cooley, County Louth. After the vows they made their way to the Bellingham Castle at Bellingham Estate. Photos followed with their photographer Ursula McCollum around the beautiful castle grounds and down by the river, made even more special with the fantastic winter sunshine. Later in the evening it was time for the first dance with the entertainment provided by ‘Lift the roof’.
A perfect end to an amazing day!
Lynn & Graeme got married on a fantastic summer’s day at Queen Street Methodist Church, Lurgan. From there they headed to Corick House Hotel and Spa, Clogher. Photos at the fantastic grounds were taken by Adam and Grace Photography. In the evening they danced the night away to Stonewall Folk Group. FANTASTIC!!
Roisin & Michael got married on a beautiful summer’s day at The Church of the Immaculate Conception, Tullysaran, just outside Armagh . After their vows they headed round to Tullysaran Community Centre for refreshments with their guests. From there it was on to the The Errigal Country House Hotel in Cootehill, County Cavan, with a quick stop on the way at Bellamont Forest for a few romantic shots with their photographer for the day, Francis Meaney. Family photos were taken in the beautiful hotel grounds just before the call for the reception meal. Later it was time for the first dance to their chosen track ‘Kodaline – The One’. Just the beginning to an amazing evening with their band, The Rockits.
Therese & Gary came home from Newcastle-Upon-Tyne to get married in St. Oliver Plunkett’s Church, Clady County Antrim. After their vows the headed to Corick House hotel, Clogher. Photos with Ciaran from Carn Photography took place around the grounds and at the front of the old house. After the meal their first dance was to the wonderful soul song ‘You’re all that I need’ by Aretha Franklin. this was followed by their band for the evening BackBeat just the beginning to an amazing night.
Emer & Paul Got married in St. Oliver Plunkett’s Church, Glenveagh Drive, Belfast. From there it was a quick drive to Tullyglass House Hotel, Ballymena. Photos with David Cavan took place around the grounds and fountain at the front of the Tullyglass. After the meal their first dance was to the song ‘Thinking Out Loud’ performed live by their band for the evening Juice.
Tricia & Sean got married in Cloughoge Chapel, Newry, County Down.
After a few photos with their photographer Ryan McDonald on the golf course behind the church, it was straight on to Castlewellan Forest Park for their bridal party photos.
Then it was on to Hugh McCanns Newcastle County Down for the reception. Later they had the first dance to the Ella Henderson song ‘Yours’ This was followed with live music provided by The Breakfast Club.
Jenna & Daryl got married on a beautiful summer day in Ballykeel Baptist Church close to Banbridge. From there, Daryl and Jenna drove themselves in a fantastic white Range Rover straight to Ballyscullion Park, Bellaghy, Magherafelt. They had all their photos taken in the fabulous house grounds with their photographer Chris Davies. Then it was mealtime, fantastic food provided by Old Barn Event Catering. The informal part of the evening began with Glen Baxter playing a few amazing pieces on the pipes. Then on to the first dance to The Mona Lisa by Brad Paisley.
Claire and Tony said “I do” at the Ghost House, Galgorm. Straight after the vows they headed back down the aisle to “We Belong Together”. They had their family and bridal party photos taken around the beautiful gardens and down by the river. After the group photo it was time for the reception followed by the evening party with the first dance first dance was “La Vie En Rose”. Brilliant!