A good few people young (mostly) and old told us it was the best wedding they had been to. We think a few things made it so and the music was a huge factor. We scrimped on flowers and chair covers and those little favours that no one wants anyhow and afters food that you just end up eating because it is there. We gave the doves/fireworks/professional invites/cameras at the table/Irish dancers a miss. We went all out when it came to the music in the church and at the reception. Beatclub were by no means the cheapest band but they were worth every penny.
At one stage I was at the bar and heard a Johnny Cash song. I thought ah no the band must be finished and we just have the dj now. I was so surprised that it was the band playing - they were that good. Professional too, got themselves set up with no fuss. They even organised to get us the dj who was v good. The dancefloor was hopping, the playlist was superb - classic hits that both parents' and our generation would rate. No-one could get over how good they were for a (dare I say it) "wedding band". Then again I was a fan of Revelino so I knew it was not going to be like your average band that you see at weddings. My sister used to organise corporate gigs and was well impressed with them. If she was still in that role she would have no hesitation in booking them.
To anyone planning their wedding, just think, you are unlikely to ever organise such a large party ever again so get the basics right: food, drink and MUSIC! I had a ball at my wedding and so did our guests - I kinda wish I could do it all again!!'