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Which wedding act is right for you?

Which wedding act is right for you?

You know the venue, you know the style, you even know the canapé you are going to serve before the pre dinner drinks… but one question remains. What about the wedding entertainment?

Music can make or break your wedding reception, it needs to transcend the generations, put people in a good mood and be up-tempo enough to encourage your guests to bust a groove on the dance floor. More than that, the right wedding band should fit seamlessly into your day, complementing the carefully chosen themes and creating the perfect ambiance to proceedings. 

We know it can be a tough decision. So here at Toast we have made it a little easier to pick the music to that's right for you.

Classic Elegance

From your beautifully refined menu to your Carolina Herrera dress, clear-cut elegance is the keyword for your wedding day. 

Try:

Chapel Hill

Lyric Quartet

Elaine Thomas

Sally Whitaker

That Folky Feeling

Your laid back wedding is full of personal touches; homemade, rustic table decorations, floral bridesmaid crowns with handpicked bouquets of wildflowers - not a stiletto in sight. 

Try:

Licence to Ceilidh

The Waffle Grippers

David Soothill

Nikki Loy

Party Time

Wedding favour party games, photobooths and crates of dancing shoes, make it clear that this is the wedding your guests can’t wait to attend! When the name of the game is fun, you need the ultimate party wedding band to get people on their feet. 

Try:

The Deloreans

The 88s

Q Funk

Phonic Groove

A Little Vintage

From your vintage Lanvin gown complete with lace veil to your seasonal blackcurrant wedding cocktail. Classic glamour is key to your wedding bliss. 

Try:

Amy Bee

Thoroughly Modern Millie

Baker Street

Lady and the Dukes

If we haven’t touched on your perfect wedding style - never fear - we have an enormous variety of other acts just waiting to mould themselves to fit your one-of-a-kind special day. 

Just click here for a full list of our musicians, DJ’s and more.

Posted 27 January 2016 by Rachel Soothill

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