I just wanted to say how amazing the singing waiters were at my daughters wedding
I was so excited for them to perform and they totally exceeded all expectations.
The guests were in awe and couldn’t quite believe what they were seeing .. it was spectacular ! For me the song from The Phantom of the opera was a moment..
and there were lots of tears around the room ..
Sophie absolutely loved every minute and she will never forget how they made her feel on the most important day of her life .
They were wonderful and I am so pleased the wedding could happen .. it made it even more special By having them .. They were truly amazing
Thank you again
Mother of the Bride
Newquay on the north cost of Cornwall is a famous destination for surfing. The was the location for a Classic Cornwall Wedding Singing Waiters.
It’s also become a very popular wedding destination with it’s stunning scenic coastline.
The Carnmarth Hotel was the chosen venue on the weekend for the wedding of Ollie and Sandi. They planned and booked several months ago a big surprise for their wedding day guests.
1st call singing waiters Neil and Elizabeth posed as the venue’s waiters. They helped serve the delicious dessert course of the meal before suddenly bursting into song. They narrowly avoiding being blown out to sea on one of the most stormy weekends of the year
Although the weather outside was frightful it did not dampen the spirits of the guests who were soon singing along with the guys ahead of forming an impressive conga around the room to “Is this the way to Amarillo”.
Everyone certainly had a super time in stormy Cornwall.
Many congratulations to the happy couple.
As Singing Waiters we know a great deal of time is spent in planning the perfect wedding and it’s of course not easy to come up with ideas which will make the day a little different but the recent wedding of Helen and Nick at The Green in Liskeard Cornwall definitely achieved this!
Firstly the happy couple abandoned the idea of the ring bearer at the ceremony being (as is tradition) the best man and instead the job went to “a man’s best friend ”a black Labrador dog called, Poppy“
The second was to book 1st call singing waiters John and Clare to perform their special surprise musical act during the dessert course of the wedding meal and although it’s probably true to say that the singers were “upstaged “ by the adorable dog Poppy the venue’s events manager kindly sent these comments to the singers.
“Thanks for a great day today.You and Clare were fab and I’m pleased everything went well for you, you made a lovely day even better and everyone loved it!”