Galway Bay Hotel Wedding Salthill

05th September 2014

Catriona and Gary are two good people who were nothing short of brilliant to work with on their wedding day!
Catriona's home was very welcoming and also unusual.....unusual to arrive at a bride's home and have all the bridesmaids waving their underwear at you.....kinda set the tone for the day though!!
There were a lot of friendly faces in Catriona's home....her parents Mary & Patrick were most welcoming and it was also good to meet up with the familiar faces of Avalon Video (John Murphy) recording video, Sharon Dmake helping everyone look their best and Pat Feeney from Wedding Cars Ireland responsible for the movements of the bride and groom....a true professional!
Unfortunately the day was a damp one, but spirits were very high. After the ceremony in Newbridge, we availed of the Quad in NUIG....we weren't the only bridal party there and I'd like to thank Brad (other photographer) for his willingness to work together and get both parties in and out as briefly as possible...cheers Brad!
The Galway Bay Hotel is a great place for a reception....I always enjoy working there and Dan (General Manager whi actually looked after me on my wedding day) as well as Barbara Orla and John are always super people to work with.
The evening was very entertaining and fair play to Gary's brother Keelan who had a surprise video for guests during the speeches....it was hilariously entertaining!
Another first for me was seeing the band The Blue Moose performing....I had heard of the name on previous occasions but they were truly excellent and had the floor packed!

Catriona and Gary your two great people and I really enjoyed our chats anytime me met up! I look forward to working with you again in the near future and in the mean time, mind yourselves!!!

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