Not only is a ceilidh dance great fun at a wedding, it’s probably the best way of
mixing the bride and groom's families and friends together, regardless of age.
Our expert dance-caller will encourage the guests onto the floor, add a bit of humour,
and clearly talk everyone through the dances throughout the evening, allowing all
"Friends still talk about our ceilidh, six months on!"
Live music from our folk ensemble can be a lovely way to welcome your guests to the
venue, creating a relaxed atmosphere during canopes.
Sian & Edward's wedding
An example of of how we can help welcome your guests.
Dancing usually follows the meal and speeches. Typically allow an hour for the speeches
and time for the meal to go down before the dancing.
Bear in mind also that we need up to one hour to set up and sound-check our PA equipment.
Unless we are setting up before people arrive, please ensure access to the stage
- we're used to setting up quickly and quietly in the background. A raised stage
area of around 2.5 x 4 metres is ideal, though not essential.
With our combination of professionalism, musicianship and experience, the bride and
groom can relax and enjoy their evening, relying on us to make their wedding ceilidh