Wedding Reception with 150 guests
I'm not sure yet
Suggestions welcome at this time...
As best as we can estimate right now, it would be at approximately 7:00 pm for the bagpipes. The father of the bride will be wearing the Traditional Scottish Kilt uniform, and the father of the groom will be wearing the Traditional Irish Kilt uniform. I think at this point we are trying to figure it out around the Wedding Party introductions, but need to think about it a bit more...
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Bagpipers in Greece, NY
The sound of a bagpipe has a certain magic and nostalgia to it. A festive Irish or Scottish event is made that much better with the sounds of the Scottish Highlands! Of course, no St. Patrick's Day celebration is complete without a rousing bagpiper. And in the somber time of a funeral or memorial service, bagpipes are a resonating and beautiful choice of music. With such a unique sound and appearance, bagpipes make any event instantly more interesting. Search for Bagpipers in Greece, New York above.
Please note that these Bagpipers may also travel to North Greece, Hilton, Spencerport, Adams Basin, Webster, North Chili, Clarkson, Hamlin, Brockport, East Rochester, Penfield, Churchville, West Henrietta, Pittsford, Union Hill, Morton, Fairport, Scottsville, Rush, Holley, Kendall, Bergen, Ontario, Ontario Center, Clarendon, Mendon, Fishers, Honeoye Falls, Mumford, and Macedon.