June, 2006 Wedding budget survey with confetti Veil/headdress £175 Attendants outfits £500 Grooms outfit/hire £200 Bride's shoes/accessories £125 Bride's going away outfit £150 Skincare, make‐up and hair £350 Lingerie and…
Written by Paula Jones Last updated: October 10, 2006
With an increasing number of options now available, wider choice means that all budgets and situations can be catered for…
Buy CDs with compilations of wedding songs and play on a good quality stereo with multiple speakers connected to one stereo for added power.
Get guests involved by hiring a karaoke machine. Advanced models have monitors and built in cameras. Make sure you have loads of wedding tracks and romantic songs to suit the mood.
Hire a classical quartet or an Indian classical orchestra. You can have everything from a solo sitar player to a full ensemble that includes a vocalist.
The most popular option is to hire a DJ as they offer flexible options. Rates vary according to whether you want extras such as plasma screens, video walls and projections. Others will have live drummers, indoor fireworks and confetti bombs.
Dhols (drummers) and dance bands are an interesting combination as they are both visually and musically entertaining. Some troupes will offer up to 50 dhol players and 20 dancers.
In terms of sheer volume and tradition nothing beats a uniformed brass band playing classic Indian wedding songs, current Bollywood hits and Punjabi folk songs.Page: 1 2Next >
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