Perfect Music for Weddings

Archive for December 2008

Learn About Irish Fiddle Music for Weddings

Many people enjoy the lively and energetic sound of Irish fiddle music. An interesting fact about traditional Irish fiddle music is that it was meant to be played for joyous occasions like weddings and other special events. The fiddle is an important instrument in both traditional and modern Irish music. The fiddle is the same instrument as the violin but is played in a different style. For each region in Ireland, there is a different style of fiddling. The most well-known fiddle traditions are from Donegal, Sligo, Sliabh Luachra and Clare. Most people ...  

Tips and Ideas for Planning an Off-Season, Winter or Early Spring Wedding in Los Angeles and Southern California

In today’s unstable economic environment, we are all looking for ways to save money. While we don’t recommend cutting corners on certain aspects of your wedding, we do recommend you consider planning an off-season, winter or early spring wedding to help you save money. Wedding season takes place from May to October every year. During that time, wedding planners, wedding bands and wedding venues are booked solid. Because of supply and demand, sometimes the prices for these services tend to be more expensive than they are in the off-season, which takes place from October to April. Since the wedding season ...  

Learn About Bluegrass Mandolin Music for Weddings

While many people are familiar with the term “Bluegrass”, many still do not know that the mandolin is arguably the most important Bluegrass instrument there is. The mandolin is commonly associated with Italian music, the music of the Mediterranean and South America. This is rightfully so, as these regions’ music heavily features the mandolin. However, the mandolin is equally as important to American Bluegrass music. The first official Bluegrass band, Bill Monroe’s Blue Grass Boys, prominently featured the mandolin. Bill Monroe, who is credited with the invention of Bluegrass music, played the mandolin in the Blue Grass ...  

Learn About Swing Music for Weddings

Live swing orchestras have become increasingly popular for wedding ceremonies and receptions in the last few years. This is due in part to the fact that many brides envision a wedding day with a touch of Old Hollywood class. Without a doubt, the best compliment to a vintage wedding is live swing music. Swing music was the most popular form of music from the mid-1930′s until well after the American involvement in World War II. It also experienced a revival in the late-1990′s with bands like the Cherry Poppin’ Daddies, the Squirrel Nut Zippers and the Brian ...  
“Our guests were happily entertained the whole evening. The musicians were much appreciated! It was a great party.”

—Juan & Gerina, Private Party, June 21, 2008, Vista, CA

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