POST CONTRACT & DEPOSIT WEDDING FORM FOR BRIDE

Bride's First & Last Name *
Bride's First & Last Name
This form will help us to organize details of your party so that all runs smoothly. We have found that the order of events, as printed, works nicely for an event. However, this is only a suggestion, since YOUR reception is unique! Any event may be added, removed, or rearranged as long as it is clearly indicated in the above table. Remember to review this schedule with your caterer.
Date of Wedding *
Date of Wedding
Cocktail Hour (Optional) Do we have to provide music in any other room(s) at any time (such as for cocktail hour)? or Is the cocktail hour in same room as main reception? If different, specify room / location?
Music to start with (soft music recommended if food on tables; dance music recommended otherwise)
Do you wish bridal party to be introduced? Yes No
As you and the bridal party are introduced to your guests
(Please phonetically spell uncommon names) Introductions can be performed by JMO, or by someone you specify. (Requests to change this at the reception will only be honored if given directly to the MC by the Bride or Groom.)
Introductions can be performed by JMO, or by someone you specify. (Requests to change this at the reception will only be honored if given directly to the MC by the Bride or Groom.)
Introductions can be performed by JMO, or by someone you specify. (Requests to change this at the reception will only be honored if given directly to the MC by the Bride or Groom.)
Note: Mazel tov can be given by representative of both bride and groom’s family by using one side of the family for bread and one for wine.
Music for first dance (slow song recommended). You may have us invite your guests to join in dance partway through the above song, or we can invite them to join when the next song begins. We can have the wedding party join you first, and invite the rest of the guests to join in one verse later. We can invite all of the guests (including wedding party) to join in at the same time. When and how do you want us to invite other guests to join in?
Father/Daughter and Mother/Son dances can be combined or can be separate. Do you want them together or separate? (circle one) If separate, who dances first: Father/Bride or Mother/Groom? (circle one) We can invite all fathers/daughters and all mothers/sons to dance, instead of just those of the bride and groom, alone. You can have us invite your guests to join in dance partway through the above song, or we can invite them to join when the next song begins. (circle one) We can have the wedding party join you first and invite the rest of the guests to join in one verse later, or we can invite all of the guests (including wedding party) to join in at the same time. When and how do you want us to invite other guests to join in? Music for Father/Daughter and Mother/Son dances (slow songs recommended): Father/Daughter Dance (can be combined with Mother/Son Dance) Mother/Son Dance (can be combined with Father/Daughter Dance) Specify type of music you want played immediately after first dance:
We recommend playing one additional slow song, and then going into a high-energy follow-along dance.) While guests are waiting for food, we can encourage other couples to come out on the floor and slow dance. Is this OK with you AND the caterer? (If sitting down to cocktails/dinner, soft music is recommended. If there will be some dancing before sitting down, high-energy dance music is recommended, but slow dancing or any other type can be used. If desired, you can also list specific songs.) Open Dancing (maybe just one or two slow songs) Favorite song request
(usually the Best Man, could also be the Best Man and Maid/Matron Of Honor together): 

Music to play during cutting of wedding cake:
Throw bouquet to single women? Throw garter to single men?
Any songs you specifically DO NOT want the band to play?
WE NEED ACCESS TO PERFORMANCE AREA AT LEAST TWO HOURS PRIOR TO START-TIME; AND ONE HOUR AFTER FINISH TIMEWe need a minimum of a 12-foot wide by 8-foot deep area for Luxury Band’s main setup, a skirted table no smaller than 2.5’ by 6’, space for setting up speakers and lighting stands, a 120-volt outlet (3-prong grounded with at least 15 amps available) from a reliable power source within 50 feet (along the wall) of the set-up area, additional outlets on SEPARATE circuits for lighting (if contracted for); and a facility that completely covers and protects band’s equipment from adverse weather conditions (i.e.,direct sunlight, rain, excessive winds). Tuxedo / formal is the normal performance attire for Luxury Band. This consists of full tuxedo (with vest in place of cummerbund) for male performers, and evening gown for female. If you wish less formal attire, detail preference here: