DAY­TIME

Perfect Wedding Magazine - - Face The Music -

In­clud­ing your drinks re­cep­tion or cock­tail hour, wed­ding break­fast and up un­til guests get into even­ing party mood, day­time mu­sic is all about cre­at­ing at­mos­phere. At this point in the day, ev­ery­one’s re­laxed and ready to en­joy them­selves – your mu­sic should re­flect this. For a time­less take, con­sider a wed­ding break­fast Spo­tify playlist of Mo­town clas­sics – guests will know the songs drift­ing through the chat­ter and they’ll cre­ate a chilled but up­beat vibe. If you’ve got money to spend, go clas­sic with a pian­ist or singer in the back­ground, or mix it up with pop-up singing waiters. For a unique twist, hire some­thing dif­fer­ent like The Wan­der­land Band (wan­der­land­band.co.uk) – a roam­ing acous­tic act who’ll min­gle with your guests, com­plete with gui­tar, sax­o­phone and bass. Want to make some noise on a bud­get? Give guests ka­zoos as ta­ble favours and or­gan­ise a ka­zooa­long dur­ing the speeches!

A ROAM­ING BAND IS GUAR­AN­TEED TO GET GUESTS TALK­ING

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