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FAQs and expert advice about entertainment

Here is a selection of Q&As from Your Kent Wedding magazine whether it be about flowers, hair and makeup, fashion, wedding themes, health & beauty, cakes, stationery, legal advice. If you would like your question answered by our experts, please email it to editor@yourkent.wedding

 

Part of the action

Part of the action

Q. Even as things start to improve it's possible that many of our wedding guests will still have to stay away. Is there a way that these people can still be involved in the fun without being present on the day?

A. Alan Mash says: Absolutely, we've been conducting virtual solutions for our clients for 15 years. We have a sophisticated system, which allows virtual participation in events by dialling in via a number of different applications. We've recently worked in Spain and Italy, providing access to wedding guests, who were dressed to impress, armed with a glass of champagne, and ready to dance the night away – all virtually.

The system also allows two-way conversation, so the bride and groom can talk to their guests just as they would if they were there in person. We also like to work with couples prior to the big day to produce video footage with cameras and drones to publish on the day. We love to create their story, and through buffer and other social media, release it on the day as they say “I do.”

Alan Mash,DJ Alan Mash
www.djalanmash.com

 

Love is in the air

Love is in the air

Q. How can we create a romantic and intimate atmosphere for our wedding ceremony?

A. Adel and Karina says: Live music is key to ensuring the most magical ambience. We know from experience that musicians performing live will give the ceremony an authentic, whimsical and dreamy feel. Imagine your guests arriving to the mellow tones of two harps entwined, creating an ethereal atmosphere. Blend the sound of an acoustic instrument with soulful and lilting vocal melodies, and you'll have truly created something special.

Whether you choose a traditional classical, or totally personal aisle song for your entrance, having a musician perform it can make your day even more memorable. We love working with our couples to find the perfect piece, particularly when it involves composing a song especially for the occasion. It's a very personal journey, and leads to a meaningful and intimate wedding ceremony.

Adel and Karina
www.2ofharps.com

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