5 Great Tips For Booking Your Wedding Entertainment
Did you know a bride and groom once sued an opera trio for ‘disastrous performance that left guests with fingers in their ears’ on their special day (http://tinyurl.com/banddisaster)? It is clearly more important than ever for couples to do their research before booking their reception entertainment.
So where can you find only the finest entertainment and ensure your guests have a good time?
Georgia, of sought-after wedding band Cupids Wish (cupidswish.co.uk), says many couples leave the reception entertainment until last on their list, not realising how important it is.
Georgia says. “The reception entertainment is responsible for creating an unforgettable atmosphere, getting your guests involved and uniting families, with the power of music. It’s a very rewarding job and something Cupids Wish feel very proud and honoured to do.”
Here are Georgia’s top tips for booking a wedding band that will have your guests talking for weeks, for all the right reasons – and have them running to the dance floor rather than running for the exit.
*Look for experience, versatility, enthusiasm and consideration in your wedding band.
*Watch links to videos on Youtube or Vimeo of the band playing live, not just studio showreels.
*Discuss the set list to incorporate personal tastes “We always ask our couples to tell us their favourite songs from our repertoire in advance to make sure we include them, especially when they take to the dance floor” Georgia says.
*Leave plenty of time to book the band of your dreams! Most wedding suppliers will be booked at least 12 months in advance, especially weekend weddings.
*“No two weddings are the same because no two couples are the same,” says Georgia. “An experienced and considerate wedding band will tailor their approach and music to suit the couple and their guests, as the celebrations unfold.”
Georgia would love to hear from you if you have any questions on 07786834567 or if you’d like to watch the band in action, head over to cupidswish.co.uk