Piping the bridal car:
You may also want to consider 'piping the bride' as she walks from her front door to the wedding car. This is a particularly popular request - and again you'll be the talk of your street.
Your guests will be welcomed to your church or venue by the lilting, inviting sounds of the Scottish pipes.
Arrival of the bride:
Once your guests are seated, your piper then proudly announces the arrival of the bride in a beautiful, inspiring and uplifting manner.
Your piper can play the bride down the isle with any tune, although generally the 'Wedding March' or 'Highland Cathedral' is the most popular choice. This makes an enchanting and interesting alternative to the more conventional wedding organ music.
Ceremony pipe music:
During the ceremony there's a variety of wedding pipe music that you can choose . Some of our classics include, 'Silver Threads Among the Gold', 'Ave Maria', 'Highland Cathedral', 'She Walks Through the Fair' and 'Lark in the Clear Air' - to name but a few. Be sure to discuss your requirements with us in advance and we'll do our best to fulfill them.
Would you like to be 'piped' during the signing of the register or when you leave the ceremony and walk to your wedding car? Your piper will be happy to play the pipes as and when you want them played at your venue.
Imagine your guests arriving at the hotel or reception venue whilst the stirring sounds of your bagpiper fills the air? As they enter, your piper will entertain you with enchanting melodies such as 'Highland Wedding' or 'Mairi's Wedding' whilst you enjoy your pre-dinner drinks and canapes. This will add an inspiring, romantic atmosphere as your reception and entertainment proper starts to unfold.
Your wedding day is all about great 'memories in the making' and the unique sounds of the highland pipes will certainly add that special something to your continuing celebrations. Dressed in full regalia, your piper will play tasteful background music that is fitting for each stage of your reception.
The rest is up to you:
Most importantly the decision is all yours and only you can choose when you would like to have your piper play as this is your Big Day!