Ceremony: Before the marriage
As guests arrive - Piping for approximately 20-30 minutes before the ceremony to entertain guests as they arrive.
Leading bridal car - If the church/venue has a driveway let your piper announce your arrival with style and have him lead the bridal car for the final stretch.
Bridal car exodus - A great alternative to the above option if there isn't really a driveway.
Processional - Have your piper play the tune of your choice whilst leading you up the aisle or standing to the side as you make your final journey as a singleton.
Ceremony: After the marriage
Register signing - A medley of tunes to provide a celebratory atmosphere during the register signing.
Recessional - Have your piper play the tune of you choice whilst leading you and your new spouse back down the aisle.
Leading wedding car - If the church/venue has a driveway let your piper lead you away under the resounding skirl of the pipes.
As guests leave - A great alternative to the above if there isn't a driveway.
Photographs - Playing whilst photographs are being taken to entertain your guests and add to the atmosphere. (You may include me if you wish!)
Reception: Before dinner
As guests/bridal party arrive - Piping for approxiately 20-30 minutes to entertain guests as they arrive.
Receiving line-up - Playing as you and your bridal party greet and speak with guests.
Top table - What better way to make a dramatic entrance to your top table than to be lead by a piper?
A Toast - A piper's toast to the Bride and Groom, traditionally sealed with a wee dram.
The Royal Treatment: Sunrise
Follow royal tradition and be attended upon like a King or Queen with your own personal piper playing outside your bedroom window at 9:00am as you get ready. Whether in a hotel or at your own home it is sure to attract attention.
The Royal Treatment: Sunset
If holding your reception in a suitable location, your piper can play for you as the sun sets to mark the end of a fantastic day and beginning of your life together.