Steel Drum Wedding Music
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are going to hire a steel band playing steel drum wedding music, it is reported. The steel band will welcome guests at their festival and carnival-themed wedding after-party. The prince has specifically requested this kind of Caribbean music.
The Mirror revealed what the couple have planned for their guests. They will be invited to Frogmore House in Windsor Castle. There they will enjoy a fun-filled evening of celebration after the more formal element of the nuptials is over.
Harry has requested a Tiki bar for this part of the reception according to the report. Guests will then dine on South African wagyu beef, provided by Feast It, a company run by one of the prince’s friends.
This particular reception will be the more informal part of the day for the 200 guests. The guest list will be comprised of Harry and Meghan’s closest friends and family.
The Windsors have long held a particularly strong affection for the Caribbean islands. The late Princess Margaret’s frequent holidays on the island of Mustique once used to confirm that.
Wedding Reception Music
The steel band will play for their steel drum wedding music for the drinks reception as guests arrive. They will help to get the party started, but there is much speculation about which pop megastars will perform later. Currently, there are rumours that the Spice Girls, Coldplay and Ed Sheeran could be the ones gracing the stage.
With the wedding just days away, we’ll soon find out which of the rumours are true. What is known is that the Royal couple think that the correct choice of wedding music is very important.
Earlier this month, an official statement revealed that Meghan’s father will walk her down the aisle, while her mother will travel with her to Windsor Castle. Meanwhile, Prince William has been named as best man and Princess Diana’s sister Lady Jane Fellowes will give a reading at the ceremony.