Beautiful flute music can help make your Wedding day complete!
The Tooting Broads will delight your guests with flute duets played during the ceremony or reception. Our flute music sounds especially wonderful in churches, registry offices, historic houses, in fact any wedding location!
We have many requests to arrange favourite pieces of music that make an event unique and so special.
Have a look at our testimonials – and remember, we don’t need amplification or acres of space – we can play pretty much anywhere!
“Thank you Jane and Cressida so much for playing the flute at our wedding, it was wonderful!”
Lucy & Alan (Hampshire)
To help you we can liaise directly with your wedding planner, Registrar or Minister. Together we can arrange everything for your special day – so you don’t have to worry about a thing!
Contact The Tooting Broads to see how we can make your special day truly memorable for you and your guests.
Ideas for flute music
- the entrance of the bride or groom
- during the signing of the Register
- as the bride and groom depart
- at the Reception as your guests arrive
- between speeches
- Delibes – The Flower Duet from Lakme
- Elgar – Salut d’Amour
- Frank – Panis Angelicus
- Gershwin – Summertime
- Handel – Arrival of the Queen of Sheba
- Irish Traditional – Brian Boru’s March
- Martini – Plaisir d’amour
- Mendelssohn – Wedding March
- Mozart – Magic Flute, Marriage of Figaro extracts
- Opera extracts – La Traviata, The Magic Flute
- Pachelbel – Canon
- Wagner – Here comes the bride!
“Thank you so much for playing at our wedding as our guests arrived. It was wonderful to hear “live” music being played so beautifully….” Clare & Peter (Surrey)
“The flute sounded wonderful in the Church and having it on video brings back so many happy memories. Our guests loved listening to your elegant flute music while we were signing the Register” Ann (Sussex)
“Your playing just lifted the occasion and thank you for playing our special piece”
Simon & Sara (Wiltshire)
“The acoustic in the church is famous for being difficult: you walked it” David & Anna (London)