I do love February! Spring is just around the corner, love is in the air with all the Valentine’s day proposals and it’s a short month so you get paid quicker! With this in mind I thought I’d shares some ideas for romantic wedding entertainment. I mean, what could be more romantic than two people declaring their love and everlasting commitment to each other in front of all their nearest and dearest? A gesture of this magnitude most definitely deserves entertainment to suit, so here are my top five most romantic wedding entertainment ideas…
It’s not hard to figure out why a harpist would be at the top of my list. Not only is the music enchanting, the instrument itself is absolutely stunning and provides a beautiful backdrop. A harpist would be the perfect addition to a wedding ceremony, as well as the drinks reception and wedding breakfast.
I love classical singers in the right setting, and what could be more right than a beautiful wedding ceremony? With a crystalline voice they will provide a spellbinding performance which will leave your guests in awe.
As Paris is the capital of romance, having a Parisian Mime artist to seal the deal on your romantic wedding entertainment theme would be such a unique idea. It would be a great option to inject some fun into proceedings and would fit into your drinks reception, wedding breakfast or evening reception.
What better way to set the musical scenery to your wedding day than with the romantic and dynamic sound of a quartet? I particularly love the idea of a quartet providing entertainment during the drinks reception, ideally in the gazebo of a summer garden wedding whilst Pimm’s is being served
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Timeless songs from a bygone era will add a cool, glamorous and undoubtedly romantic tone to your big day. Songs by Frank Sinatra are still the most popular when it comes to first dance choices, and often the last dance too.
Why not start with a solo singer during the afternoon and augment it with a full-blown band in the evening to add that wow factor and provide a perfect end to a perfect day?
Guest post by Tracey Warren of Warble Entertainment
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