Scotland Wedding Bands – What To Expect When Booking Your Band

Scotland wedding bands, like every other aspect of your big day that you need to book, are a professional service. Their interactions with you and feedback from you will reflect on their reputation. It is important to remember this when searching for and booking the band you want for your reception.

Just as you want to ensure that you have the right Glasgow band booked for your reception, wedding bands Scotland want to ensure they are taking the right bookings. Last minute cancellations, wrong information, and poorly organised receptions are amongst the biggest fears of wedding bands Glasgow. For this reason, they will put in place a range of measures to ensure that you, as well as they, keep to any agreement that is made. It is important that you approach your chosen band early in the process of organising your reception. This will improve the chances of them being free on the dates that you want; it will also give the band and the venue time to sort out any potential difficulties, such as the need for a temporary live music licence, issues with access for equipment, or room to dance. Once you have booked your band, expect to sign a basic contract that sets out what you have both agreed to, including music set lengths, breaks, and payments. You will almost always be asked for a deposit at this point as well. If you request extras, such as a Scottish ceilidh set, or changes after the contract is signed, the band can say no, or ask for additional payment and a new contract.

At Wedding Bands Glasgow, we understand how important your event entertainment is and will do everything we can to make the music fantastic on the day. This is why we are one of the Scotland wedding bands that use written contracts and take a deposit at the point of booking. To find out more email your enquiry or questions to or visit