Posted by steelasophical on Wednesday, February 15, 2012,
If you and your groom are both uninterested in participating
in bachelor and bachelorette parties, why not consider a combined
“thank-you” event for your wedding attendants? Traditionally held for
the bridesmaids as a Bridesmaid Luncheon, this event is a special time
that focuses on the love, support and friendship provided by the bridal
party during the preparations and organization of the wedding.
Combined bridal party luncheons or wedding attendant luncheons, can
be a f...
The brides father should be called upon by the toastmaster (or the best man) to propose a toast of ‘health and happiness to the bride and bridegroom’. Before doing so he would normally welcome the grooms parents, relatives of both families any other guests and welcome the groom to his family and say a few words about his daughter.
First of all one of the first things I’d say is always go and see your chosen band live before you book them, listen to performance recording or be sure to obtain testimonials.
Steelasophical uses steeldrums and pro backing tracks in their performances .. However .. if a band advertises themselves as live, be sure they are not playing or singing to backing tracks … find out how many members are in the ba...
Having have played steeldrums for civil and church weddings for some years, I am still happily surprised at how cautious brides and grooms are in their choices of wedding ceremony music, especially since civil weddings have come into play.
There are so many suitable pieces out there – classical, popular, caribbean, MOR and in-between.
Perhaps we performing wedding musicians are to be commended!! .. we offer so much choice!