Singing Waiters Devon Delight. The two core ingredients chosen by Bride and Groom, Claire and Simon. An impeccable backdrop for a venue, and an infectious fun surprise entertainment.
They chose Deer Park, an elegant and relaxed Georgian manor house as their dream venue. This truly impressive venue is a hidden gem which nestles in the wonderful countryside of Honiton in Devon. It boasts one of the biggest private collections of sporting memorabilia and some marvellous classic cars to view.
The Guests settled into the sumptuous wedding breakfast in the venue’s Orangery guests and were entertained by 1st call singing waiters, Emma and Neil.
One minute they were posed as real waiters serving the dessert and the next had everyone joining in singing along to their fabulous fun musical selection.
It certainly was a wonderful day all round and we congratulate the new Mr and Mrs Robinson.
There is no doubt that an event is more fun and exciting if a “different setting” to hold the event is chosen.
The evening is then complete if the chosen entertainment can also be something a little different.
These were realised, recently, when the Rotary club of Bristol choose the Clifton Pavilion at historic Bristol Zoo to hold their annual charter night dinner. As one of the venue’s packages guests are invited to tour the famous zoo and see the animals before the start of their sumptuous meal.
This was complimented by the event organisers booking 1st call singing waiters Neil and Emma to surprise and entertain their guests immediately after the desserts !
As well as performing some of their regular/popular songs Emma and Neil included some famous songs with “animals” in the title
to tie in with the wonderful zoo setting.
Everyone certainly had a great time and it was very poignant for the singers as Clifton Pavilion was the very first venue that 1st call singing waiters performed at fifteen years ago !
A perfect wedding day is determined by perfectly chosen ingredients. This definitely turned out to be realised for recent newly weds Victoria and Robin.
They choose a venue which is able to boast both elegance and historic character in each measure. The ancient Tythe Barn at Priston Mill in Bath.
Victoria and Robin surprised their wedding day guests by engaging 1st call singing waiters, Michelle, Charlotte and Neil. Their popular and infectious musical set was captured on film here.
There can be no doubt that the bride was happy with this ingredient of the day as Victoria commented:
“I can’t thank the singing waiters team enough for making my wedding so fantastic. My friends and family are still talking now about it being ‘The best wedding ever’. That 1st call singing waiters were the most amazing thing they have seen at a wedding. I can’t thank or recommended you enough”.
We wish the new Mr and Mrs Maunder every possible future happiness.
Situated just a stone’s throw from the county town of Taunton the stunning 15th-century manor house
“The Langford, Fivehead “played host to a special birthday party last week. Sarnia chose this wonderful venue to celebrate her special birthday with close friends and family.
To add to the fun she also booked 1st call entertainment’s surprise singing waiters, Peter and Neil.
The boys pretended to be real waiters by firstly serving Pimms and canapés in the garden and later the dessert course of the meal before suddenly bursting into song!
They soon had everyone in great spirits.
The guests had a further surprise when after a short break the boys returned to perform two high energy musical cabaret sets.
Everyone danced the night away and there can be no doubt that the birthday girl Sarnia was happy as she
sent us these kind words,
“A huge thank you,the boys were amazing, utterly believable as waiters,a total surprise and their cabaret sets were spot on, I have had brilliant feed back and would not hesitate to recommend them for any event.”
The icing was certainly on the cake in Delightful Dorset last weekend for newlyweds Kate and Andy.
The happy couple chose a stunning venue for their big day and what proved to be a great fun surprise entertainment for their guests!
The venue was the impressive heritage Minterne House and Gardens situated in the heart of Dorchester.
Guests had plenty of time to wander “far from the madding crowd” around it’s famous and stunning Himalayan garden before taking their seats for the wedding breakfast in the house.
1st call singing waiters Peter and Neil disguised themselves as the venue’s real waiters helping to serve the meal before suddenly bursting into song.
There can be no doubt that this was a winning ingredient as the venue’s events manager sent us these kind words.
“Everyone (including the Staff) thought what great entertainment Peter & Neil provided.
From the moment they arrived, they were charming, personable and great fun to work with.
The ‘Singing Waiters’ went down a storm and we all agreed it was the best entertainment we’ve had at Minterne (and that’s quite an accolade as we’ve been hosting weddings here for 14 years and seen a lot of entertainment!)…Our thanks to both,they made the day.”