A Scottish Wedding Piper’s Blog
So, you’ve booked your wedding venue, got the date you want in the diary and now you’ve got to start booking the other elements of the day which we hope might include a bagpiper, as it can really make a difference! Recommendation for Your Wedding Piper Even in...read more
As a wedding piper and provider of wedding music to around 2000 weddings over the past 25 years, I am regularly asked by brides and grooms, what are the best wedding songs and which ones are the best wedding songs to walk down the aisle to. The easy answer is “the...read more
If you are looking to save a bit of cash by having your wife or partner do some of your secretarial duties for you, then read on before making any decisions! On a recent home improvement journey to B&Q with my wife, my phone rang and having forgotten to connect...read more
In my earlier post (where did the day go?), I wrote how I couldn’t believe how fast the big day went and how my memory was blurred too. So, I decided to post some advice about the “wedding whooosh” effect, which proved to be very popular. This post will hopefully help...read more
“I can’t believe it went so fast?”; “Brilliant, but it was over in a flash!”, “Can’t remember much about it”. If you ask any couple how their wedding went, these are the responses you’ll get with a can’t-believe-it shake of the head. I got married last year and guess...read more
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Keith’s career as a Scottish piper began 34 years ago when he started learning the bagpipes. He became a professional wedding piper in 1993, whilst studying, and has been playing weddings, funerals and functions ever since. He now combines piping with ski instructing. Looking for Pipers, Premier Pipers can help!
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