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From soft, haunting tones to lilting, high-energy dances, the Great Highland Bagpipe is a dramatic musical choice for any affair. This beautiful instrument can welcome the guests at your ceremony, provide a classic melody for a processional or recessional, or dramatically announce the new couple at the reception.
If you are planning an outdoor ceremony, the pipes can be utilized for the ceremony music and is a great alternative to having recorded music. It is also a MUST for the traditional Celtic-themed wedding.
For church ceremonies, the pipes are typically performed outside the church for 20 to 30 minutes prior to the ceremony as guests arrive and again after the ceremony during the receiving line as guests depart. If you choose to have the piper perform at any point during the ceremony, it is best to check with your clergy to see if your church allows this option.
Whether your ceremony is in a church, in your backyard or barefoot on the beach, Adam will happily perform wherever your wedding venue may be.
Looking to outfit the groom or groomsmen in kilts? Visit Celtic Isles in Westford, Massachusetts for Highland outfit sales and rentals.