From Armagh to the West Wing of Crom Castle Fermanagh where Grace and Shea got married, the sun was shining brightly as they said their vows. They took photos and enjoyed each others company in the beautiful surrounding gardens and Lough Erne. They then danced their way into their reception in the Killyhevlin Hotel!! Cracker! 🙂
Laura & Dave got married in Emmanuel Church, Lurgan. They made a short, romantic stop around Brownlow house and Lurgan Park before heading to the Tullylagan Country House Cookstown for their reception.
Jude & David ‘tied the knot’ at Belfast Castle, it was the 2nd week of January & there was still some snow around, making for a very unique kind of ‘white wedding’
Charlene and Daniel got married just outside Armagh. Daniel and his brothers played an amazing piece for his new wife during the service then it was on to Brownlow House in Lurgan for celebrations. Check out their montage below…
Linzi & Andrew’s big day began at Ballyclare Presbyterian Church, the men arrived in a VW stretch, while shortly after Linzi and her dad pulled up in a VW convertible.
After the service, they all headed to the Galgorm Ballymena.
Sonia & Glenn got married in Armaghbreague close to Keady after they headed to Crom Estate for the photo shoot. Then on to the Killyhevlin Hotel Enniskillen for the reception.
Tracey and Jeff got their perfect day on a little island known as Lusty Beg Fermanagh. They got married a few miles away from Letterbreen and after their service, they traveled straight to their own personal cruiser onto the island.
Laughs and craic was had, just watch the montage to get a taste of how fun their day really was!
Orla & Stevie got married in Coalisland near Dungannon, they then headed to the ‘La Mon Hotel’ Belfast for their reception
The sun was shining in County Down for Louise & Phil’s big day.
From All Saints, Tullylish, Gilford to Castlewellan Forest Park for the photos then on to the Slieve Donard Hotel Newcastle, where the girls had a quick paddle in the sea!! Brrrr!!
It was such a great day down at West Wing, Crom Castle
Here’s what Dianna said,
….. “perfect weather, the Australian boys wearing Scottish kilts at an Irish wedding, great music and a fabulous venue.I would thoroughly recommend your services also – you were an absolute professional and listened to my rather demanding requests and I believe produced an excellent representation of the day”
So here it is, as promised……. ‘The Montage’
Catherine & Stephen’s big day started at St Pauls Lurgan, after the vows we headed to Corick House Clogher.
A big surprise awaited everyone at the evening party, with the ‘Blues Brothers’ showing up to entertain 🙂
Videoedge would like to thank Catherine & Stephen for involving us in their day.
I don’t think we’ve ever filmed a wedding where the bride & groom came from so far apart, but in Holywood the sun was shining, the groomsmen were practicing their hymns and all the New Zealanders were looking forward to their Haka, we even found time to squeeze in a trip to the beach.
Rod and Julia got hitched in Holywood, with Rod and his family coming all the way from New Zealand. It was then on to the Culloden for the celebrations which were kindly interrupted by none other than May McFettridge!
Early September we had a blast shooting with the new Mr & Mrs Black.
Pink and white flowers, giant LOVE letters, photo walls, a gathering of the girls brigade made this wedding so unique.
Neil’s 2007 Subaru Impreza STi sports car made it a challenge to get ahead of the action it certainly added a world of personality to the day! Fingers crossed Sarah has found her, eh… “torch” useful! 😯
The day was jam-packed! Check it out for yourself 🙂
Back in May 09 we had the pleasure working with Gail & Iain. Gail had so many unique ideas about their day, including a Candy Floss machine for the guests, a guest wish tree & wait for it ‘Becoming a Mannequin’ in the bridal shop where Gail bought her dress. Iain brought the bread to feed the ducks, even Darth Vader made an appearance….. check it out!
Saturday 27th Sept 08 we headed west to Magiresbridge Fermanagh for Colette & Paul’s wedding. The weather was so calm, particularly noticeable when we headed to Crom Estate Lisnaskea for the photo shoot. Shooting down by the lake was so memorable, have a look……..