Wedding Tips #1: Live Music for your ceremony.
11 May 2016
Tips for your Wedding #1: Live Music for your ceremony.
If you are getting married at a ceremony hosted at your wedding reception venue, having live music during the ceremony is something worth considering. A Civil or Humanist Ceremony can be made very atmospheric and memorable by adding a live singer and music to the occasion. While pre-rerecorded music is always an option, having live music performed offers a more personalised and intimate experience for your ceremony and typically adds more of an impact for your special day.
What we recommend:
Classical music or acoustic versions of your favourite songs always go down well, and add a real personal atmosphere to your wedding ceremony.
Who we recommend:
Sarah Bass, Soprano: Sarah is a highly experienced Irish soprano, offering a versatile style and such a wide range of repertoire.
Ann Tuite, Harpist: Create an enchanting atmosphere uniquely offered by a harpist, Ann is a classically trained Harpist, Pianist and Singer.
Paul Fagan, Professional Pianist: Whether performing solo or accompanied by a live singer, the Piano Master Paul Fagan offers beautiful ceremonial music on the keys.
Your Wedding Band: Lots of wedding bands now offer the full service including live music for your ceremony. Bands like The Wise Guys allow a full package, offering a more cost efficient means from one quality source.Back to list