For Nicola & Brian’s Wedding we started filming in County Sligo and were ending our day in County Mayo. Nicola was a very happy, relaxed and easygoing bride and we had great fun throughout the day. After capturing happy moments of her getting ready in her home-house, we continued to St. Kevin’s Church, a Chapel actually that dates back to 1809. The chalice for the offertory procession, so we learned during the Ceremony, was actually gifted to the chapel around 1802 and it is lovely to have such artifacts still intact and being used in a Wedding Ceremony. I feel it even more so symbolizes everlasting love and commitment to each other.

Nicola & Brian have both very large families, so we were invited to their intimate Wedding Ceremony as they had another very big fete for all friend and extended families a few days later. After the Church Ceremony we were spoilt with choices for our photo-shoot with Daniel from DK Photo. Before we were heading to Belleek Castle, we went to a little pub by the beach, that holds a very special memory for our couple. The pub is a cute little traditional Irish Pub with thatched roof and only a stone-throw away from the beach. We got lovely footage there from our couple, who almost forgot we were there and were just themselves, which is exactly what makes a Video a very special memory, when you can be who you are. After the beach and a quick sip of Ireland’s most famous “refreshment” we were heading to a forest and got a little more footage before the rain got too heavy.

Arriving at Belleek Castle all guests were already waiting to greet our couple and the Hotel had everything arranged nicely for our couple and their guests. We left shortly after the Speeches but we’re sure that Nicola & Brian had an amazing night with their guests.

Nicola & Brian, thank you very much for letting us be a part of your fab Wedding day. We enjoyed spending your special day with you and are wishing you only the very best for your future as husband & wife.

Patricia & Anthony