Let us set the scene. Croquet on the lawn, china tea cups, a perfect 30-degree English summer day, and 1920s jazz band hire in London soundtracking all the fun.
With the help of Silk Street Jazz band hire in London, this beautiful summer wedding at Inverforth House went off with a toe-tapping bang.
Silk Street Jazz get the party started
The jazz four-piece included a line-up of banjo, sousaphone, clarinet, and trombone, with some vocals too. Silk Street Jazz performed as the guests arrived at the front of house, setting the mood with upbeat dixie jazz. They also performed after the ceremony, while the guests sipped champagne and played a few games of croquet.
There was plenty of time for some group photos too, featuring the bridesmaids, groomsmen, flower girls, and the happy couple themselves.
Silk Street Jazz’s performances are perfect for outdoor crowds and large weddings, as well as intimate gatherings. The New Orleans jazz music is classic, cinematic, and oh so danceable. They really look the part too, in bright red waistcoats and straw hats.
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A classic garden party at Inverforth House
Inverforth House is a stunning, Grade II listed private house in Hampstead, built in 1895. The property overlooks Hampstead Heath, and retains many of its original 19th Century features.
250 guests were hosted in the house and its gardens, closing with a stunning reception under a marquee. A live band and gospel choir entertained throughout the evening.
Elegant canapés were served on the lawn along with champagne, followed by a classic British menu of beef, chips, and a watercress salad.
Jazz band hire in London and around the UK
Silk Street Jazz have sent toes tapping and heads nodding up and down the UK. Our fully acoustic line-up of 2-7 musicians can perform anywhere – in procession, outside, or in the wedding venue itself.
Silk Street Jazz have a repertoire of over 150 classic jazz tunes, including hummable favourites and some more obscure classics. Some have even called us “the best New Orleans band outside of New Orleans!”.