Covid-19 Update – Aug 2020

Barry Hughes - Wedding Singer Eire - Covid-19 training.

Continuing to put the customer first. Just a quick Covid-19 update. I’ve just completed a Covid-19 Officer Training Course. In order to reassure all my couples and future clients, and to improve my business going forward, I felt I would use some of my spare time during lockdown to educate myself on how to help prevent the spread of Covid-19. This is all with a view towards the safety of you, your wedding guests and my fellow wedding suppliers Until …

Masks, Micro Weddings & Mid-Week dates

Hello and welcome back, 07/23/2020 With Covid-19 still with us, guidelines constantly changing and uncertainty still hovering over us just a little, I wanted to post a few words to keep things positive and to keep all my wedding couples informed… Wedding Planning is still happening and I’m delighted to see a pick up in enquiries and bookings for 2020 to 2022. Some couples are holding onto their original dates, some prefer to postpone. Whatever you decide to do please …

The Instagram Sofa Sessions with Wedding Singer Éire.

THE SOFA SESSIONS is a weekly session on my Insta Story where I take requests for songs that my couples would like to hear me play live from my sofa! Just me, my guitar and my smart phone. Acoustic tunes galore!! So check out my insta account and see what it’s all about. @weddingsingereire

The Perfect Entrance to your Wedding Ceremony

Wedding Ceremony Entrance

Here are some pointers to help you plan your Entrance It’s the moment and the day you’ve always dreamed of. So planning the entrance to your wedding ceremony should be high up on your list of priorities for your wedding day. The information below is purely taken from my own experience of performing at wedding ceremonies (Church / Humanist / Spiritual etc.) MUSIC Most people have an idea of what song they want to walk up the aisle to but …

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10 Things To Consider When Booking and Planning your Wedding Ceremony Music.

10 Things To Consider When Booking and Planning your Wedding Ceremony Music. Here are some brief pointers to help you. 1. THE RIGHT FIT So let’s say you’ve found a singer, musician, group that you think will suit your wedding ceremony perfectly. Ask them for a list of songs they have performed to date. This will give you an idea whether or not that particular act is for you or not. You may have a particular vibe or feel in …