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JAM Duo with Anna and Daniel in Yorkshire

Today was a fairly early start from the Cotswolds – but this meant we avoided traffic and by 9am we were having breakfast just North of Doncaster. Anna and Daniel’s wedding was held at The Oakwood at Ryther which is a delightful Yorkshire Wedding Venue just South of York not too far from Tadcaster.

The Wedding Ceremony

Our first duty was to play for Anna and Daniel’s Wedding Ceremony in the beautiful barn.

We set up at the back of the ceremony room as they were expecting a lot of people for today’s wedding. It was lovely to see that Anna and Daniel had created an order of service for their wedding ceremony which is quite unusual nowadays, certainly outside of Church weddings.

It was even nice to see all the ceremony music listed inside and we had a credit too!

Wedding Drinks Reception

The drinks reception meant once again moving outside. This is something we are used to and it often takes no more than about ten minutes to move the Cello and Digital Piano. We then quickly hook up to our portable power supply and within moments we are back playing again.

We set up outside under a veranda type area so we had some shelter from the sun. This turned out to be very popular and soon we had quite close audience all with the same idea. There was plenty of beer and cider available from wheelbarrows full of ice which made for a very enjoyable drinks reception.

JAM Duo at a Wedding Drinks Reception in Yorkshire

Wedding Musicians in Yorkshire

JAM Duo are based in the Cotswolds on the Wiltshire / Gloucestershire border. However, we travel all over the UK to play at weddings. As a result we have been privileged to play at some amazing weddings, whether for the Ceremony, Drinks Reception, Wedding Breakfast and / or First Dance.

If you would like to find out more then please contact us or continue to browse our website where you can find out about pricing as well as more details on our duo.

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