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IIt could very possibly be the single most important day of your life. You've sorted the dresses, the food, the venue, the table decorations, the flowers, the list is endless. When it comes to entertainment, it's worth remembering that this will consume almost a half of you day - so it's important that you choose wisely.
We have performed at an estimated 200-250 weddings across the UK since we formed in 2002. We've seen them all, from the great big, no expense spared extravaganza to the no frills, less than 30 evening guests on a strict budget. To us, what matters is that we do right by you - it's YOUR big day, after all. That's why we want you to have as little to worry about as possible. We will negotiate with yourselves beforehand, with the venue, and with wedding co-ordinators when applicable, to ensure that all runs smoothly and you can concentrate on enjoying the day itself.
We can also offer a disco in addition to the show - this will often save you money by not having to hire a DJ. It doesn't stop there, we can prepare your all important 'first dance', we can often supply radio mics for the speeches, we will get your guests involved in the show itself and you can even devise your own disco playlist for afterwards if you want to. Of course, we are fully insured and PAT tested for safety - many venues ask for these certificates.
Don't take a gamble on anyone who may not be able to deliver all of this and more. We will arrive at whatever time may be necessary to set up, even if this means early on in the day. We will always be professional, punctual and discreet when necessary.
From experience, some weddings run more smoothly than others when it comes to the evening entertainment. Here are a few things to consider when booking a live band - they really can make all the difference:
Some wedding co-ordinators are fantastic, helpful and wonderful people to work with. Others can be, ahem, (cough)............ not so helpful. We will always do our best to co-operate and work with everyone - that's a promise. No ridiculous demands, no egos, and wherever possible, no problems!
Here's a little 'tongue-in cheek' clip from YouTube - this summarises how NOT to do it. If it wasn't so accurate, it would be funny!