It’s the weekend, so we thought we’d whisk you off to the countryside for a stunning Pennard House wedding full of beautiful blooms, fabulous fashion and an abundance of love. Not to mention entertainment provided by RMW recommended suppliers, Alive Network, cakes lovingly baked by the Groom’s Aunty Bev and bunting sown by the bride’s mum and granny. Just lovely.
Hi everyone, I don’t get the opportunity to write much on these pages anymore so if you don’t know who I am please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Adam Crohill and I am co-owner and Creative Director here at Rock My Wedding. Today’s wedding is rather special for me because, well… It’s my wedding.
Lizzie and I married at Elmore Court in the Cotswolds in September 2016. We had an outdoor ceremony, Lizzie wore an Anna Campbell wedding gown and I wore a suit by Cad & The Dandy But enough about me, I’m going to place you in the capable hands of my wife…
Your wedding ceremony is the heart of your wedding day, both a serious and joyous occasion leading up to that awesome moment when, finally, you are officially married.
Whether you’re getting married in a country church, a registry office, a stunning hotel or special licensed venue, plan that journey from single to spouse with a wedding ceremony soundtrack that suits your style*.
When it comes to wedding entertainment, it’s hard to beat a live band rocking, jiving, or jazzing up your wedding party! But what kind of wedding bands are best for your wedding? There is an infinite number of possibilities out there, what with all of the different genres of music and different times of W-day that would be enhanced by musical accompaniment!!!
So today, Love Lust List members and the UK’s largest online entertainment agency, Alive Network are here to help by telling us their top suggestions for great bands to get your guests bustin’ some moves (yes…I did just say that. And yes…I’m cringing at myself).
What type of music are you having for your big day? Let us know if Alive Network inspire you to go for something a little different…