Post # 1
I am at a loss of what we should do….
1. Should we have a violinist play while are guests are arrving and waiting for the bride
2. Use an iPod and speak and play music
3. Have a single steel drum play
I had been leaning towards the steel drum as we will be in Jamaica, but they will be playing during dinner and the reception. Thinking maybe the iPod option…
what did any other Bees do????
Post # 3
For our wedding in Thailand, we had a String quartet for the Ceremony, Cocktail hour and for the first half of the reception, during dinner. Then we hooked up an IPOD, but we actually had a dance mix made by a DJ friend of mine and had it converted to MP3 so that the music had a good vibe and a good flow to it.
I loved how the live music looked however…pic below.
Post # 4
We are using an ipod for ceremony music (someone from the resort is going to be managing it).
Mexican trio is playing for the cocktail hour.
DJ for dinner and reception.
Post # 5
@Jandr – Cool picture! Love the background scenery!
@thenuggetbride – I think I am leaning more towards the ipod for the ceremony, although I dont think anyone will be managing – so I will ask of my guests to do so. And then we will have some trio/band play for cocktails and the steel drum band for dinner and reception. I still havent thought about a father/daughter dance, we might just have to wait til the night club opens and make a special request!!
Post # 6
While guest are being seated I will have ipod music accompanied by a steel drum.
bridal walk and bridal party walk – ipod
cocktail hour – ipod aaccompanied by steel drum.
reception – ipod