We enjoyed discovering a venue we’d not played in before. AFter 10 years of weddings around Hampshire, we love the fact that we are still discovering new places, venue and locations. It makes our job so interesting!
It was lovely at Bignor Park
They say, “The eleven hundred acre, privately owned Bignor Park Estate is situated in stunning surroundings at the foot of the magnificent South Downs.
Tucked away down an impressive half mile long drive, it is majestic but with an understated style, and a quirky elegant charm.”
We quite agree!
We performed for the wedding ceremony and drinks of Emma. We performed Daft Punk’s Digital Love for Emma’s bridal entrance – a great choice.
Q&A with the bride:
Your Wedding Venue: Bignor Park
Wedding Date: Saturday 1st June 2019
Why did you choose your wedding venue?: Because of the beautiful outdoor setting in the middle of the South Downs which is close to where I grew up.
At what point did you realise you wanted a string quartet?: When I listened to the song I wanted to walk down the aisle to and it made my heart skip a beat
Pick three words that sum up how you feel about your wedding day: Excited
Why have you chosen your music to walk down the aisle to (if we are playing for this part): It’s the song that we danced to when we started dated.
Tell us an interesting story about you as a couple – (i.e. how you met, how you got engaged, funny tale that we should know about): We have been together 11 years and met on hockey tour at University
Any musical background yourselves?: None unfortunately.
Who is your photographer?: Nicki Feltham
Who is doing your flowers?: Jane Scott Flowers
Where is your dress from ? : Miss Bush
If you are having any readings, who is giving them?: My cousin Alex and our University friend Graham