Thinking of hiring a band for your wedding? Here are 13 top tips to help you get it right and avoid common mistakes
There have been some updates issued by the Scottish government in the past 24 hours that clarify some of the grey areas in previous Covid-19 guidance relating to live music, marquees, private dwellings and when dancing might be permitted at wedding receptions in Scotland
Scottish wedding act GeO Gospel Choir tells us what it was like to perform at the comedian’s wedding and how to make your big day music unforgettable
Jon Fellowes of Last Minute Musicians thinks if you’re planning an intimate and romantic wedding, a harpist will be musician for your big day
Boost the day’s theme by twinning your venue with complimentary entertainment and get everyone singing in harmony
Former makeup artist Emma Cunningham can bring her glitter bar to your big day
Keep your younger guests entertained with the personalised activities on offer at Arty Party Crafts – and don’t worry, it’s all mess-free!
Instrumentals have their place but for added oomph you need to get yourself a wedding singer. Here are ten of the very best
Increasingly, we’re sourcing our wedding music from the cinema – here’s how to make it a box-office smash
Looking for some fun wedding entertainment the whole family can enjoy? We think you’ll want to check out the lovely people over at GeO Gospel Choir
Alpacas, string quartets, sentimental songs, fireworks displays – there are a million-and-one ways to catch your guests off guard
Most guests will take a band or DJ for granted as part of the wedding entertainment. But there are plenty the things out there that will surprise them
Puts accessories in the picture as we hunt out pieces to play with in the booth
Start married life with a bang by treating your guests to a pyrotechnic display to remember.
Up the fun factor with acts, animals and attractions that will seriously impress your guests…