(Closed) Break during ceremony/cocktail hour music?

posted 5 years ago in Music
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Busy bee

@lulu12j:  I agree that having the music start earlier is better while the guests arrive and are waiting your arrival.  So if the ceremony is booked for a 5pm start:

1. Are you starting to walk down the ailse at 5pm?  Start music at 4.30pm.  Yes, lots of guests arrive early because they want to make sure that they are there before the Bride arrives.  So by 4.15pm 90% of your guests should already be there.

2. Musicians have a rest between 5pm – 5.30pm during the ceremony. Or are you having music play during the ceremony? eg signing the certificate etc.

3. Play music from 5.30pm to 6.30pm.  Ask them if they can play for the whole hour without a break.

4. My opinion is there is no need for music when the guests are waiting for their shuttle because you will probably be still talking to a few and the guests will generally be continuing their conversations while in the line.

Does the above work for you?

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