We haven’t done very many weddings in Galway and I also must admit, I’d forgotten how lovely a city it is. The Claddagh on the quays in the City quite the little oasis in the centre of the city! You can see some shots of it in the video clip below. After the ceremony, we took the short trip to The Galway Bay Hotel in Salthill for the reception. It must be twenty years since I was in Salthill, and I couldn’t get over just how well kept it is. What a credit to the locals! An immaculate and beautiful spot indeed! I certainly hope we get the chance to do some more work in that part of the country.
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Anne-Marie and Gareth’s wedding was our first in Lanesborough, Co. Longford, and it promised to be very unique and special indeed. The ceremony was in St. Mary’s church in Legan village. Then by car to Lanesborough where the bridal party took a barge to the reception: A Marquee on Gareth’s family’s farm overlooking Lough Ree. It was a very special day and I’m delighted with the way the DVD turned out. Check out the highlights here:
Ten years to the day before Jennifer and John’s wedding, Antonia and I were in Rome with John’s sister for her wedding. Antonia was bridesmaid and I was behind the camera (I look better that way, trust me!). So, as you can imagine, being asked to film John and Jennifer’s big day was a real honour.
The morning began with Antonia visiting Jennifer’s house while I went to John’s. Then it was onto St. Vincent de Paul Church, Marino for the ceremony. I’ve always loved that church. It’s big and bright and always looks great on camera. I was able to put a third camera in the balcony for some great shots of the bride walking up the aisle and also of some wide shots of the ceremony itself. Oh, and these guys were absolutely fantastic: The Gospel Project. Check them out if you get a chance.
At the The Four Seasons hotel, the guests were greeted by a reception with a jazz band and caricaturist, who was busily delighting the guests with a new picture every few minutes! There is a shot of him at work in the clip below. I must say, this is a very stylish and beautiful hotel and everyone seemed very happy with the way they were looked after by the staff.