Wedding outdoor dancing
Night colorful shot of the wedding band frontman playing on the guitar

You’d be surprised how much music features in your big day! It’s not just about the procession music and first dance song.. There's no doubt about it - music can make or break a wedding celebration—think of it as the heart and soul of a reception. Hiring a talented band or DJ (ideally both!) is a given.The soundtrack to your wedding starts as everyone is taking their seats for the ceremony. However, it doesn’t stop there. Not only do you need to think of your entrance music, you need to think of the filler music during the reception and the dancefloor music too. The music doesn’t stop until you and your new husband have your final dance of the night.

We have large selection of professional musicians from classical string trio or quartet, harpist and violin, to small essembles like guitar and singer or big bands for traditional formal reception. There's nothing like a live wedding band to get a crowd excited and create a sense of sophistication. Your wedding DJ or band will play a vital role on your big day—and it’s actually more than just playing music to fill the dance floor. DJ´s are artists in their own right, offering balanced and eclectic mixes of musical styles for all ages. The songs played will sound exactly as you want them to, encouraging sing-alongs and improvisation.

A photo of elegantly dressed harpist performer, playing in summer garden
People at the wedding dancing to accordion life performance
Shot of wedding band playing guitar in sambreros
Outdoor wedding performance
The bride and the groom dancing
The bride and the groom dancing
Black and white photo of the bride and the groom with falling on them confetti
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Cosy courtyard with wedding catering in Bastion Prague Restaurant

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