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Local Wedding in Tipperary

Local Wedding Video Tipperary

Wedding Video Tipperary | Abbey Video wedding video kilkenny Carlow & Tipperary

Wedding Video Tipperary | Abbey Video

It’s great to have had a local wedding video job in Tipperary on the Saturday that Tipperary & Kilkenny  met again for the all Ireland replay, and what a day!  Katie Lyne from Lisronagh, between Fethard and Clonmel, & Barry Hickey tied the knot in glorious sunshine in Holycross Abbey.  A quick call to Katie’s  fabulous house that morning to capture it all going on – hair being done, make up being applied, ribbons being put on the cars – it had  the hallmarks of a great wedding to come!  Barry and the lads were at the Abbey in Holycross nice and early to meet and greet the huge number of guests  that had been invited.  Katie was not long behind and it was a first for me to see the Bride drive herself to the ceremony in her own car!  She looked stunning in her beautiful Audi with her Dad beside her in the passenger seat.

Wedding video Holy cross Abbey, wedding video kilkenny Carlow & Tipperary

Wedding video Holy cross Abbey

The Bridesmaids were on hand to do the last bit of lip gloss and away we went to capture Barry standing at the top of the aisle awaiting Katie’s arrival.  A lovely touch I thought was their mass booklets which were in the format of the programmes of the all-Ireland as you will see from the stills.  After the ceremony we went to the old  cloisters for some photographs with Nick O O’Keeffe, a great photographer from Kilkenny who I meet quite a lot at weddings and whose two sisters’ weddings I filmed a bit back. We get on great together and we recommend couples to each other which is a great way to network.

 

Local wedding videos Tipperary, wedding video kilkenny Carlow & Tipperary

Local wedding videos Tipperary

Dundrum House Hotel was really decked out for the day, the ballroom was splendid looking and of course there was a huge Tipperary theme as the staff were in their Tipperary jerseys and colours for the day.  The match was shown on screens in different parts of the hotel so all had a great view and I was able to capture some fantastic reaction while the match was on and it looked great on the finished DVD.

Katie and Barry’s band for the night was the very popular “The Marvels” and they rocked the night away. It was one of those weddings that  makes you feel good to be a local wedding videographer in Tipperary.

We’re out again this weekend, so if you’re in Waterford on Friday or  Kilkenny on Saturday you might see me there 🙂  In the mean time check out my personal page on face book and my Abbey Video on here.

 

Also some great news – the very popular Brides in Munster website got a stunning make over.  It has gone from strength to strength with loads of local wedding suppliers around Tipperary and also further afield and lots more to be added to it.  As I often say to couples that contact me about suppliers on it, it’s simple, clear and local, and its free!  So have a browse around this great little local site, you wont get better deals from any other wedding service providers!

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Brides in Munster | wedding service providers

As Holycross is a local landmark to me in Cashel here  is a little history about this lovely place enjoy…

Holy Cross Abbey Tipperary wedding video kilkenny Carlow & Tipperary

Holy Cross Abbey Tipperary

 

Holycross Abbey was founded in 1168 for the Benedictines by the King of Munster, Donal O Brien.  The Abbey was transferred to the Cistercians about 1182.  A particle of the True Cross was enshrined in the Abbey, and Holycross became one of the most frequented places of pilgrimage in Ireland. Suppressed in 1536, the Abbey was made over in 1563 to the Earl of Ormonde, but through the protection of the Butler Family, the monks remained at Holycross until the 17th century. It was very prosperous and several of the Abbots were peers of Parliament. The Abbey was later suppressed and given to the Earl of Desmond. In 1966 a new destiny opened up for Holycross.  A move was initiated locally to restore the Abbey church and bring it back into use for the local community. Archaeological excavations began in the Abbey shortly afterwards and restoration began in 1971. The restoration was completed in 1975. read more here..

 

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