• Bigday.ie becomes Richard Speedie Films

    When I started doing wedding films I never thought it would be so successful for me and I never thought about branding. As it turns out, there was already another company trading as bigdayfilms.ie and over the last few years, it's caused a little confusion. As I grow my business, I need clarity so now is the best time to change over. If you've got an upcoming booking with Bigday.ie, nothing changes. We still have a contract and I'll still be filming your wedding.


Let me tell your story with an emotional video

Wedding videos have changed beyond words in the last few years. Here in Ireland, there is a thriving community of talented wedding filmmakers and I'm delighted to be a part of that. A wedding day is a unique chance to have all your closest family and friends with you and it may never happen quite like that, or with everyone involved again. Some of your loved ones might be older, some may live overseas, so taking the chance at a wedding to capture the sights and sounds of the day is one not to missed. I tell the story of the day, I'm the bird's eye view, the fly on the wall, the eyes and ears of the couple capturing what they will most likely miss, because the day goes by so quickly.

From the blog

  • Lough Rynn in Autumn

    The lovely Francis and Glen got married in Lough Rynn Castle and Estate in Leitrim.

  • Rosedale House Elopement

    Elopement I really loved telling Chris and Melissa’s elopement story. Storytelling is such a big part of what we do at Bigday.ie. so we’re not just wedding videographers. ¬†Chris and…

  • A Wild Atlantic Wedding

    Roisin and Matthieu organised a unique, bespoke wedding on Valentia Island in Kerry. They hired the lighthouse, prepared tasty snacks, supplied champagne and had their own ceremony on the rocks…

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