Scottish Wedding Band | Different Types of Wedding Entertainment
When it comes to your big day, there can be a lot to consider. The evening entertainment is a huge part of your wedding day and will set you and your guests up for the rest of the night. Choosing the right Scottish wedding band for your big day can be extremely difficult, but luckily. this article is here to help.
Here are some of the different types of musical wedding entertainment as well as how to choose between the Elite Bands in Scottish wedding entertainment for your big day.
There are many different genres when it comes to live bands, choosing the right one for your wedding day may become a challenge if you don’t know what sort of vibe or tone you’re after. Some bands will cover multiple genres so it’s really about finding the right one for you. Most bands will take song requests if they are asked to do so far enough in advance, so if this is something you’d be interested in then let them know before you book them to ensure they are willing to do so. Some will even let you come up with your own setlist (also when enough time is given) to allow you to personalise your evening’s entertainment.
If it’s something a little more mainstream you’re after, then a DJ can be a great choice for evening entertainment. Choose any type of music from the 50’s to present day. A DJ allows variation in the genre and taste of music. This is beneficial for a wedding as there tends to be people of all different ages to try and entertain, a DJ ensures that you have all the generations covered.
Although hiring a DJ has its benefits, it is also less personal and less impressive than watching a Scottish wedding band play live.
A ceilidh is a Scottish tradition which dates back generations, ceilidhs have a great atmosphere and can really spice up the evening’s entertainment. A ceilidh band that comes with a caller is a sure fire way to get everyone up and dancing, even if they don’t know the moves. Ceilidh bands evoke an impressive atmosphere that everyone can be a part of. They bring energy and fun to the room and will play old favourites that everyone can remember from their school years.
Pipers and Pipe Bands
Another traditional Scottish wedding band is a pipe band. Hiring a pipe band or a piper is a great way of breaking up the entertainment, although I wouldn’t recommend it for the full night’s entertainment. Pipers and pipe bands also give a lot of tradition and can be exciting to watch perform, especially if you’ve never seen a live pipe band. This gives a taste of Scotland that is heard to beat anywhere else.
Looking for a Scottish Wedding Band?
If you are looking for a Scottish wedding band it can be difficult to choose a type of band, never mind a genre of music or even a set list. The good thing is that you don’t have to choose just one. With companies, such as Elite Bands, you can choose a band that provides multiple types of entertainment to keep the right atmosphere throughout the evening and keep people on their toes.