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Last Saturday I had the pleasure to be booked for a wedding very close to home, in fact the drive was 5 minutes door to door.  The wedding took place at the Ramada Stage Hotel in Wigston.

As both Carys and Hagan like Motown, the order of the day was Stylistics, Drifters and Ben E King for the music during the service and wedding breakfast, with a selection of easy listening and pop tunes mixed in.

Even though the weather wasn’t ideal and the photographs had to be taken inside, the hotel stepped up and very quickly converted the ceremony room into a room suitable to have the pictures taken and serve drinks at the same time to keep the guest happy.

There were a lot of nice comments from the happy couple, Brides father (who booked me) and the guests about the music, which is a sure fire way to put a smile on my face.

I wish Carys and Hagan all the best for their future together and I hope they have a great honeymoon.

Wedding Breakfast

Wedding Breakfast

Wedding Ceremony

Wedding Ceremony

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Dean and Joy found me through this website, which is nice to know  that all my wife’s hard work updating it and making it look more professional is paying off.

The wedding reception was held at the Kegworth hotel just off junction 24 of the M1.

Its a very nice hotel with very friendly staff and a welcoming atmosphere.

My first session was in the bar for and hour just with some mellow background music while the guests had a drink and got to know each other/

We then all moved into the main room which is nice and spacious and can easily seat 120 without feeling overcrowded. I played until about 9pm with a break while the bride and groom cut the cake.  Once I finished the disco took over, it as great to see the groom and his make friends hit the dance floor to perform a routine to the song Cotton Eye Joe, I have a strong feeling that the bride did not know about this item? but it certainly looked good fun.

 

Thanks for inviting me to join you for your wedding Dean and Joy and best wishes for the future together.

 

regards

 

Dave

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