How to Pick the Perfect Entertainers for Your Wedding Reception
DO YOU THINK YOUR GUESTS WOULD STAY TO PARTY AFTER THE PROGRAM?
"Yes, Our Guests Will Stay to Parteee"
FULL BAND ( 2 singers, keyboarist, guitarist, bassist, drummer )
Yes, your friends love to grind to a band or sing- along or even jam while having drinks. Yes, your aunties and uncles would be expecting some ballroom dancing. If that's the kinda party you have in mind, then the FULL BAND should be your bare minimum.
Full bands can pretty much play any song and change dynamics from romantic and chill to full on dance/rokeoke mode.
This package starts with 5 songs before the program starts to rev up the crowd, followed by energetically appropriate songs for your program parts - entrance at the reception, first dance, cake cutting, etc. There would be 2 more sets of 45 mins to 1 hour left that can be used for either dining and after party; or both for the after party.
FULL BAND WITH STRINGS AND SAX
( 2 singers, keyboardist, guitarist, bassist, drummer, sax player, cellist, violinist )
Most clients pick this package for its versatility to entertain most about any age group.
It kicks off with an instrumental trio for the cocktail hour - quieter, chill and totally apt for this part of the event.
Dinner time combines the romance brought by strings and horns and the groovy vibe of a full band. You can even request for instrumental versions of recent pop tunes for the first half ( so guests can still converse ), and showcase our talented singers before the second half of the program begins.
The afterparty features the full band with a sax player - perfect for dancing the whole night!
"No, they probably won't."
ACOUSTIC TRIO, QUARTET AND QUINTET
This means live music would be mostly concentrated for your cocktail hour and dinner. You won’t be around during cocktails, so what do you think your guests would love?
This package includes 2 sets of 45 minutes each used for the cocktail hour and dining. The lack of a bassist and a drummer prohibits this set-up to produce danceable grooves which is why it is limited to the said parts of the reception.
Mostly guests have just arrived and they’d love to relax, take lots and lots of pictures, get the gram going, and make chika with friends. We recommend music that allows them to hear each other’s kwento without having to shout. Instrumental music would be great. Some jazzy vibes, a mixture of old and new to get even the aunties and uncles happily chillin’ over wine.
Slow and mid- tempo songs match well with acoustic set- ups. This portion allows us to showcase your favorite love songs, and keep your guests entertained while eating.