How to combine live entertainment and disco dancing at your wedding… Picture this, the magnificent chapel setting at Your Special Venue, occasional birds chirping, family gathering to witness this great day, last minute scuffling to get ready, and suddenly: a flurry of live musical notes fill the air!
The music sets the scene in the chapel where Martin Lane performs on the keyboard a variety of light classical music, Andrew Lloyd Webber and glorious church music when: the picturesque horse-drawn cart pulls up with a radiant bride, greeting an anticipated welcome party, her guests.
Martin Lane performs the entrance music, the guests sing a popular hymn or two and more live music continues when the candles are lit and voila: Mozart’s "Elvira Madigan" embraces the tender moment when the registry is signed.
We also provide microphones for vocalists who perform on this day. Finally, the bridal party exit on a triumphant note [possibly Bach, Clarke or Händel] and the scenario now changes place with the magnificent gardens close to the reception area.
Here our DJ is ready to entertain the guests with his welcome smile and classy persona. Some clients also request live entertainment for this section until the end of the main meal.
Our DJ takes over and carefully scrutinises the cue sheet, drawn up between ourselves and the client. On this sheet all the do’s and don’ts appear, the running order of events is typed out and finally, our music play-list is ticked-off by the client and this gives the DJ oversight of the taste required. Our play list includes six decades and 38 hours of popular music, it covers most genres and we go the extra mile to accommodate special requests.
With 18 years experience and ±6000 weddings to our credit, our continuous input and involvement with the client before and afterwards, make this a most popular and safe combination. Voila! You have chapel music as well as reception music, all under one wing.