Rathsallagh House wedding video

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Check out this video which features Rathsallagh Houses’ new wedding ceremony room too which is an amazing addition to the venue for couples who are considering a civil ceremony at Rathsallagh.

Over the last 10 years, I have being the wedding videographer for weddings at Rathsallgh so many times I forget.
– But you will never forget the authentic greeting you receive when you arrive at Rathsallgh House as a guest.
Joe, the owner greets everyone and makes a point of letting the bride and groom know that “Rathsallagh is yours for the day and night!”

Rathsallagh house wedding videos

Rathsallgh has amazing grounds for your photoshoot and even outdoor ceremony.

They hold the outdoor ceremonies in the walled garden and it a beautiful backdrop for your wedding ceremony.
If the weather was bad they have 2 option, the orangery used to to be the main place but now they have a purpose-built ceremony room so couples can choose which option suits them best.

Guests can enjoy a walk around the grounds and get away from the buzz for a few minutes if they feel like stretching their legs.


Catherine and Sean had their wedding ceremony in Rathsallgh but they actually both live in Australia, where they met.
Catherine is from Ireland and Sean is from Australia. They both contacted me after seeing other wedding videos from Rathsallgh that I had shot.

They had their wedding ceremony in Rathsallgh and it was my first time in the little purpose-built “chapel” on site.
The wedding ceremony was beautiful and it was presided over by the humanist celebrant – Billy Hutchinson. I’ve worked with Billy a good few times now and his ceremonies are always nice, with just the right amount of humour.

The photographer on the day was Nick O’Keeffe , we always work really well together and Nick is a good friend within the industry.

Rathsallagh House

Originally Queen Anne stables, Rathsallgh house is a Blue Book House.
It was converted from stables into living accommodation after the original house burned down during the 1978 rebellion.
Joe, the owner of Rathsallgh has a beautiful ethos int hat on the wedding day “it belongs solely to you and your guests for your big day – this exclusivity allows Rathsallagh flexibility to tailor all arrangements to suit your every need” .
This is not just something they print on their website as I have witnessed Joe greeting guests at the front door on arrival with champagne in hand for the couple and he always impresses upon them that they have the run of Rathsallgh for the day.