The Wedding World
The world of weddings has changed enormously in recent times, offering much more choice for a bride and groom.
First and for most a bride and groom can get married any day of the week, whereas of course, this used to be confined to just Saturdays. Furthermore, most wedding venues offer lower rates for midweek weddings.
Secondly, there is now a much greater choice of wedding venues. As well as the traditional style hotel a bride and groom can consider the likes of a Watermill, Tythe Barn, Castle, Manor House, Golf club or even a sports stadium! This certainly applies to the wonderful county of Worcestershire.
An Entertaining Worcestershire Wedding Surprise
There is also much more choice when it comes to choosing entertainment for the big day. One such option which offers something a bit different is some surprise singing waiters. ‘1st Call Entertainment’s – Singing Waiters’ have been surprising and entertaining guests at weddings, and other special events, for over 15 years and will always look forward to performing at a Worcestershire wedding. Particularly the Cathedral city of Worcester, Bromsgrove, Evesham and Kidderminster.
The singers pretend to be part of the venue’s real waiters team, they help serve the wedding meal and then when the moment feels right they suddenly, to the surprise of the assembled guests, burst into song!
The world of weddings has never been so much fun!
The historic Watermill at Priston Mill, Bath was the chosen venue last weekend, set to host the big wedding day for Jade and Adam. This wonderful wedding venue, set in a truly idyllic location offers two different buildings, in which to hold special occasions, an 18th century Tythe Barn, and an enchanting watermill. The watermill was given by King Athelstan to the monks of Bath Abbey in the 10th century, before becoming the unique wedding venue it is today.
Historic watermill wedding
The bride wanted to further impress her guests with the choice of daytime entertainment. She booked ‘1st Call Entertainment’s – Singing Waiters’, John and Clare. While the guests were enjoying their arrival drinks, downstairs of the watermill, John and Clare were secretly setting up their PA equipment upstairs ahead of the wedding meal. During the dessert course to the complete surprise of the guests, John and Clare suddenly burst into song and then entertained with a selection of infectious, upbeat party songs.
Knowing that Jade was a big fan of the musicals they also included some fabulous show songs. Jade kindly commented in an email “We had the best time, all our guests absolutely loved it and you got us all up and dancing”.
The prime objective of a bride and groom is, of course, to have “the perfect day”. Without a doubt, this was achieved recently for Gloucestershire newlyweds, Mark and Emma, by booking their perfect venue and perfect entertainment, to both their surprise and entertain their guests.
A spectacular venue
To host their special day they booked Eastington Park in Gloucestershire. Built-in 1815 by a local clothier and mill owner, this award-winning wedding venue is an impressive grade two listed building. It boasts a striking feature staircase, eight acres of gardens including a beautiful walled garden and even its own river!
The perfect day at Eastington Park
The Perfect Day
To entertain their daytime guests they booked ‘1st Call Entertainment’s – Singing Waiters’, Neil and Amanda. Who disguised themselves to be a part of the venues real waiting team. They helped serve the meals and then during the dessert course suddenly bursting into song! They soon created an electric atmosphere and had all the guests joining in, singing along with their special selection of popular and classic songs.
There can be no doubt that these special ingredients made”the perfect day” for Mark and Emma. We wish the newlyweds a big heartfelt congratulations.
In Wiltshire Golden Wedding Singing Waiters Peter and Elizabeth provided the entertainment.
It’s not always obvious to know how to make a special occasion a special event! However this was definitely achieved for a Wiltshire couple last weekend who celebrated their golden wedding anniversary.
Ken Cooper came up with three core ingredients which made a Saturday lunch a very special event. Firstly he booked “The Old Bell “in Malmesbury, Wiltshire. The Old Bell is England’s oldest hotel which serves simply wonderful food.
Secondly, The Wiltshire Golden Wedding Singing Waiters pretended to be part of the real venues waiting team before suddenly bursting into song during the dessert course.
Thirdly, they entertained guests with their regular popular musical set they were able to include Mrs Cooper’s all time favourite song, three times a lady by Lionel Richie and The Commodores.
Mr Cooper said :
My wife and I would like to express our appreciation for the excellent contribution your colleagues made to our celebration 50th anniversary. Their efforts in assisting the waiting staff were very much appreciated but when they broke into song the effect was quite magical. The choice of music was entirely appropriate and their voices and personality totally suited their performance. It was a most wonderful surprise to my wife and our guests.
Many Thanks and our very best regards.
Somerset’s County town of Taunton is one of the fastest growing Wedding destinations in the South West. The Taunton singing waiters venues are terrific.
Amazing Taunton Wedding Venues
There are a number of reasons for this. One of the main ones is both it’s famous sport venues. Somerset County Cricket Club and Taunton Racecourse offer a wonderful but different backdrop for a wedding or special event.
These venues and indeed a fair number of the towns hotels are also able to play host to different and innovative entertainment such as surprise singing waiters.
Looking forward to performing at these great places
1st call entertainment’s singing waiters are certainly looking forward to their surprise performances in the town this summer.
They pretend to be part of the venue’s real waiters team, help serve the meal before at the appropriate moment suddenly bursting into song!
Taunton is definitely a great choice location for a wedding or special event. As well as it’s towns famous sports venues, it has the following great amenities:-
- the beautiful Vivary Park
- diverse collection of shopping areas
- wonderful theatre
- historic town bridge
Somerset singing waiters. More and more brides and grooms are looking to add that something special, that something a bit different to their big day.
The was defiantly achieved last weekend when bride and groom Lisa and Shaun tied the knot! Firstly and foremost they choose a very special venue, Coombe Lodge. Coombe Lodge wonderful wedding venue which is nestled in the heart of Somerset.
They also chose 1st call entertainment’s Somerset singing waiters Peter and Clare. The Singing Waiters were there to surprise the guests during the wedding breakfast with their popular and infectious musical set!
Everyone certainly enjoyed the big surprise and the bride herself sent us these kind words for the premier Somerset singing waiters.
“You guys were amazing, thank you for adding another level to our day and being such a complete surprise. “
We wish the lovely bride and groom, Lisa and Shaun, every possible happiness for the future.
Birmingham Blooming brilliant Waiters. Just a stones throw away from the hustle and bustle of Birmingham is Moxhull Hall. One of the region’s most popular and unique wedding venues.
This popular venue is steeped in history and offers it’s guests some wonderful surprises including truly beautiful landscaped gardens. It boast’s water fountains, garden ruins, a summer temple and even a secret garden!
The weekend’s wedding played host to another surprise as its beautiful bride. Jennifer Cook booked 1st call singing waiters Neil and Peter to surprise her guests during the wedding breakfast.
The guys posed at the venues real waiters before suddenly bursting into song during the meal’s dessert course.
They soon had everyone joining in and singing along with their infectious mixture of music.
There can be no doubt that this added much excitement to a beautiful brides day in a beautiful secluded venue near Birmingham.
Newquay on the north cost of Cornwall is a famous destination for surfing. The was the location for a Classic Cornwall Wedding Singing Waiters.
It’s also become a very popular wedding destination with it’s stunning scenic coastline.
The Carnmarth Hotel was the chosen venue on the weekend for the wedding of Ollie and Sandi. They planned and booked several months ago a big surprise for their wedding day guests.
1st call singing waiters Neil and Elizabeth posed as the venue’s waiters. They helped serve the delicious dessert course of the meal before suddenly bursting into song. They narrowly avoiding being blown out to sea on one of the most stormy weekends of the year
Although the weather outside was frightful it did not dampen the spirits of the guests who were soon singing along with the guys ahead of forming an impressive conga around the room to “Is this the way to Amarillo”.
Everyone certainly had a super time in stormy Cornwall.
Many congratulations to the happy couple.