Pelham House Wedding Band
This weekends wedding took place the beautiful Pelham House in the historic East Sussex town of Lewes. The Redfords wedding band performed first during the ceremony as an acoustic Trio outside in the walled gardens, an elegant backdrop for any wedding day. The weather was perfect. After the ceremony the acoustic wedding band moved up to the patio of the main Pelham house. A beautiful 16th Century Town House. An ideal setting for a drinks reception with champagne and canapés.
The wedding band performed the following songs as request by the bride and groom during the wedding ceremony at Pelham house.
Guests Arrive Sit down, James
Entrance of the bride – Here comes the sun, The Beatles
Signing of the register – A Thousand Years, Christina Perri and Somewhere over the Rainbow, Eva Cassidy
Bride and groom exit – First day of my Life, Bright Eyes
Pelham House Wedding Band The Evening Reception
After the wedding breakfast, The Redfords Wedding Band set up equipment in the Chamber Suite at Pelham Hosue. With the two tier room holding between 50 to 180 guests. There is ample space for a live band. With it’s own private bar and parquet dance floor the Chamber Suite is a great room for a wedding reception. The Redfords wedding has a unique set up among wedding bands ideal for wedding reception rooms with sound restrictions.
Pelham House Wedding Band The First dance
As the first dance at Pelham House the Redfords Wedding band performed Jason Mraz, I’m Yours. Then as request added songs by Florence and The Machine, James Bay and Kings of Leon to the set list
Pelham House Wedding Band Playing with the Wedding band
As a special request from the Bride and Groom, the Groom and best man performed two songs with the wedding band. With the Groom on lead guitar and the best man on drums. Pre rehearsed at a studio in the local East Sussex town of Brighton. The Redfords are always welcoming to guest singer and performers (assuming the proper permission has be given from the Bride and Groom) The songs were Alright Now, Free and Sweet Home Alabama, Lynyrd Skynyrd
Looking forward to our next visit to Pelham House.