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Weddings

Traditionally the bagpipes are played at many weddings in Scotland. The stirring sound of the pipes creates a tremendous atmosphere and will certainly enhance your big day.  I have played at many weddings and I am familiar with the popular local venues.  In October 2010 I travelled to Poland to pipe at a wedding in Puck which was a privilege and I have played in a local forest one Christmas Eve for a couple who marries in the snow with a temperature of -6 degrees.


Special requests for tunes may be made provided the piece can be played on the bagpipes. Alternatively I can recommend suitable music and discuss this with you.


No two weddings are the same and although the list below gives suggestions for piping at a wedding this can easily be adapted to suit individual requirements.  Please contact

me to discuss any specific requests.  

Requests for photographs with the newly weds or guests are common and I am happy to do this. For a selection photographs see the gallery page.


Generally a small non refundable deposit will be required to secure a booking made well in advance.  I will confirm my attendance and details of the booking in writing.

Comlongon Castle, Dumfries - 2010

Piping is usual for all/some of the following


A huge thank you for playing at our wedding, and for making our celebration special. We are very impressed with your effort in making the event successful both with the planning beforehand and on the day. All our guests thoroughly enjoyed the music

Kind regards Michael & Kjersti         2010                   see more testimonials

Photograph - Matthew Poulter