The entertainment for your wedding day is a reflection of your special feelings of happiness. To make your wedding day unique, wedding ceremony music can be used and may feature soloists, instrumentalists, bands, horal or congregational singing, a harpist, a classical guitarist, a piper or where distances allow, even a band baja walking infront of the wedding cars to the reception.
Contact a number of professionals who specialise in the types of entertainment you have decided upon. Attend one of their performances or rehersals. Ascertain the number of performers and the amout of space they will need. Discuss whether you can supply lists of your families favourite songs, or if their routine is preset. Ask about their attire and find out how often and for how long they break. Compare costs, note whether the price based on a flat fee or an hourly rate.
Finalise arrangements with your chosen entertainers as early as possible, as good performers are often booked up several months in advance. Two weeks before the wedding, talk to your entertainers again to confirm the date, location, set-up schedule and the time performances will begin and end.