One of the most important questions to ask your wedding venue is: “When is the curfew?”This crucial detail describes how you set up your wedding day and reception and, more importantly, how long your wedding band keeps the mood of live music going.
Today’s article has a Mission – to help you with your wedding music by giving you the most important tips you need to hire a Live band. As we ask the most important questions, we will also introduce Enjoyment Nation. They passionately help you find the perfect Act for your event by providing reliable, transparent, and hassle-free Enjoyment booking services in the UK.
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Opt for Live music for your wedding and reception and trust it to live up to the hype. Our list of tips for booking a wedding band will allow you to relax and enjoy every part of your wedding day while keeping every Musical detail perfectly planned.
Choose your music style.
This will help you and your partner set realistic expectations for your day. You want the band to match the mood of your wedding. Regardless of the casual or formal style of your wedding, you will have music that matches the reception celebrations. A sapphire glass band is not just for a country wedding. And likewise, a jazz trio is not exclusive to your cocktail lesson. If you set The mood, then any style of music will be appropriate. If you don’t know where to start, check out Enjoyment Nation’s helpful inspiration page to discover the Enjoyment of your dreams.
List the equipment.
You need to get information about The equipment at your wedding venue from the local manager or coordinator. Things like a public address system and speakers are necessary information that you need to convey to the tape you are renting. And a very important detail for outdoor events-you will need electricity and, most likely, many extension cords and sockets. If your wedding is taking place in a more established venue, you are undoubtedly ready for a reception under the stars with live music. However, if your venue is something DIY, you will need extension cords and people to help you set up the equipment.
Confirm the details of the venue.
What time is the curfew? When is the best time for the band to arrive? Each wedding venue will have a favorite date for your day. This can cover when and where people can invite equipment, as well as general rules about how the venue likes to do things. The venue may have a specific person in charge of supporting the sound, but if this is not the matter, be sure to define this role. This person can help with powered and release devices, as well as the very important task of checking the sound of the group.
Make sure you know “your song”.
If you really want to dance to some songs, be sure to discuss them in advance. See if the band has any live recordings or if you can give them your version of their song via video message or in person. When the wedding day arrives, you may not care how their rendition sounds-but you also don’t want to find out on your wedding date that they had a different understanding of this song than the Version you liked.
Sign a written contract.
Since this is probably one of the most important ticket points when planning a wedding, we strongly recommend that you write down the terms of the group and its terms for everyone involved. Enjoyment Nation includes this as part of the booking process in order to avoid scheduling issues. It’s also a great way to confirm contact information in matter of rescheduling or any other last-minute emergencies. On the wedding day, you can contact a contact person or coordinator, and not you.
Create your “do not play” List.
This is probably more important than a List of “favorite” songs. While it’s great to have RECs for the style of music you like and for your favorite bands, you also don’t want to cheer yourself up in a Moment that reminds you of your ex. You’d be surprised by some of the creative freedoms that can happen if something moves at a wedding reception. It’s great to have this song insurance already, just in a matter a well-meaning guest decides it’s time to make requests.
Take care of your artists.
Great advice from my years as a wedding musician – be sure to include vendors in your day. It’s as simple as providing refreshments and the opportunity to enjoy dinner at a convenient time. Don’t be the couple that makes your vendors eat in a broom room. They do not necessarily have to be included in the formal dinner but remember that they also work a long day. This means traveling, setting up, running, and demolishing devices in a professional way. If you offer a meal (and pay attention to dietary restrictions/allergies), there is a greater chance that you will have happier children. Often this Even means a more exuberant performance.