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The period between Christmas and New Year is surprisingly popular for weddings. And so once again we found ourselves quite busy at this time. Our first post Christmas wedding took us just up the road to Milton End Barns in Gloucestershire.

The Wedding

Serena and Alex
Milton End Barns, Gloucestershire
Wednesday 28 December 2022

Bride and Groom
Serena and Alex

The Wedding Ceremony

Today the musical theme was very much all about film and tv. In fact Alex was so keen to have lots of music from Game of Thrones he almost insisted we repeat some of the main songs – to be fair the best known them from GOT is actually fairly repetitive and crops up throughout the score!

As for the rest of the music the theme was again fairly clear!

Pre Ceremony
Film and TV songs (alot of game of throne and star wars)

Bridal Entrance
Rewrite the stars (Greatest showman)

Signing
Harry potter theme songs

Exit
Never ending story

You can hear these songs and many others by heading over to our listen page.

Wedding Ceremony
Wedding Ceremony

Wedding Reception and Meal

After the ceremony we remained in situe to provide music through the drinks reception. The brief for the rest of the day was bubbly, up beat and happy music throughout the drinks reception and the meal.

We really love this shot of Serena which Jules snapped on his iPhone from the piano – probably whilst still playing with the other hand!

The Venue – Weddings & events

Set in an idyllic location Milton End Farm offers the perfect location for your country wedding. Their beautiful wedding barn is exclusively yours for 4 days along with seven holiday barns (Sleeping up to 23). Find out more at www.miltonend.co.uk


If you are getting married in Gloucestershire or indeed anywhere else in the UK then JAM Duo would love to hear from you and discuss your plans. You can reach us through our contact page or there are numerous links around our site to get directly in touch via WhatsApp.

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