When it comes to booking entertainment for your wedding there are so many options. You've got endless options of bands and acoustic artists, pianists, romantic string quartets, show stopping fire jugglers, owls that can fly down the isle, accessories such as Ice Cream Tricycles & Selfie Mirrors....... even getting the Red Arrows to do a fly over! The decision is yours and the main challenge is getting entertainment that suits the tone of your big day. We are lucky that we get to see so many forms of entertainment on weddings and this blog is all about one of our favourites! Let me set the scene - The wedding is in full swing, food has been served and the speeches are out of the way. The only thing on the Grooms mind is that dreaded first dance and how to sort out how two left feet!
It’s that time of the day where everyone has eaten a little too much and perhaps one too many scoops leaving the entire wedding party feeling in need of a siesta. However... its a wedding day so theres no time for a little snooze!!! Just as the main course is being cleared a clumsy waiter walking back to the kitchen drops a tray and its contents come crashing to the floor in the loudest and most cumbersome way possible.
There’s a waiter on all fours looking embarrassed and scurrying to collect the items he has dropped. From the kitchen appears the manager, face red with anger. The frustration of seeing such a clumsy fool fall on his watch is bubbling over. He has no option but to sack this idiot on the spot in front of all the guests, thus reaffirming his militant position within the catering empire.
Whilst all of this is going on and your guests are unaware that these two bickering fools are spoiling YOUR wedding day, they actually have microphones in their back pockets and are about to give everyone the most entertaining of surprises. As the now jobless waiter storms out of the building, music comes bellowing around the room and the two bickering staff come bouncing into the room singing some massively catchy tune!
What i like so much about the singing waiters is the fact it gets everyone’s attention. It becomes a talking point for the evening and adds a bit of theatre to the proceedings. I believe there are different levels of intensity available from the pair and you can choose how subtle their antics are.
Here is a film we created with Marcus and Nathan at the beautiful Iscoyd Park. This will give you a sense of how good the pair are and how the guests really embrace the performance. If you are considering entertainment for your wedding i would most certainly speak to these chaps. They have a range of services and can even do a duo performance in the evening.
They offer much more than i can tell you about, so check them out at; www.yoursingingwaiters.com
Alternatively, visit us at our studio which is located in Huyton, Liverpool