Getting hitched next winter?

I know, I know, it seems way too early to be thinking about next winter, especially as this one isn’t even over yet. But, if you’re planning on saying ‘I do’ in a spectacularly snowy destination in 2019, you really need to be booking it now.

If you’ve not yet decided on that special place yet, fear not, I have some suggestions to get you started. Of course, I’d be more than happy to come and play my super sassy light up sax for you in any of these places, just sayin’. 😊

If you want a truly winter wonderland, but don’t want to go too far, Jukkasjarvi in Sweden could be just perfect. And, to make your day memorable, the Ice Hotel is the destination you should head to – soooo romantic (I have a number of sparkly hats that would look just fab!).

Obviously, I couldn’t leave out one of my fave places in the world – Lake Como. It is stunning, believe me. And in the winter they have the fabulous Città dei Balocchi, a magical, colourful Christmas extravaganza. If you’re after a Christmas themed wedding, this is the place to be.  

Don’t forget about the UK for a wonderful winter wedding – there are so many beautiful places to go. I’ve just played at a wedding at Ashfield House, in Standish – it was simply amazing. Just look at these beautiful flowers.

And, just because you’re going in winter, it doesn’t mean you have to do the whole snowy thing – you know how much I love lazing on a beach! You may want to escape the cold weather and sun yourself on a sandy beach somewhere after the ceremony is over.  

If that’s more your thing, you can’t go wrong with the Canary Islands. They’re nearby, only three hours away, and warm all year round. Lanzarote, Gran Canaria and Tenerife are all fabulous destinations and, as it’s not that far away, the family can come along and watch you tie the knot too.

And, you are, of course, going to want some super sparkly saxy fun to get the party started. So, get in touch and let’s talk about how I can help you create a wonderful winter wedding.  

Mistletoe and Matrimony

Did you say ‘Yes!’ to that special person under the mistletoe this Christmas? A lovely friend of mine did, and I couldn’t be happier for her and her handsome man. Now the fun part starts – planning it all.  

And, phew, what a lot of planning it is. So why not make one bit of it really easy – book me! In 2018, I played my super sassy light up sax at weddings all over the UK and abroad too. And helped make some really memorable moments.

But, rather than me telling you how great the weddings were, why not check out the videos of the fabulous weddings left on my facebook page from the lovely people I played for below.

Here is a video of me having a blast with my saxophone at a wedding in a beautiful castle. 

And here is a video of me doing my stuff with one of my favourite DJs.

Check me out at this stunningly beautiful wedding video. If you’re short on time, skip through to 5.16.

And here are some comments – these lovely people took the time to tell me what they thought of my super sassy sax playing. Thank you, I really appreciate it.

Alex – ‘You were SOOO awesome.’

Elaine – ‘We were at the wedding of Dan & Emily on Friday, you were incredible to watch and listen to.’

Lilian – ‘Fabulous made my son’s wedding memorable xx’ Thanks Lillian, I had a blast too.

Lauren – ‘Fabulous entertainment, so unique, we loved you!!’

Tara – ‘Thank you May for doing such and amazing job.’

Amanda – ‘Thank you so much you were absolutely amazing last night everyone loved every minute of it!!!! X

I’d love to come make your special day sparkly and saxy, so why not get in touch. I do get booked up pretty quickly though, so best to get in touch sooner rather than later.   

And I don’t just do receptions, I can play as you walk down the aisle, or at the wedding breakfast, whatever you want.

Goodbye 2018, Hello 2019!

Hello you lovely lot,

I hope you all had a lovely Christmas, full of filling food, fabulous family gatherings and festive fun. I certainly did!

And, Happy New Year too! I cannot believe 2018 is over already – it whizzed by in a flash of sparkle, travel and funky sax playing.

On my days off, I started to think about all the wonderful places I’ve been and the people I’ve met. I have to tell you, it made me feel like a very lucky girl indeed.

I want to tell you a little more about that in a minute. But first, I really, really need to say a HUGE thank you to some people. The first being you – my lovely clients. Without you, I wouldn’t be able to do any of this, so thank you for allowing me to come and entertain you. I really do love making a party memorable!

Next, a whopping great big thanks to all the clubs, agents, DJs, musicians and sound technicians I’ve had the honour of performing with. And last, but definitely not least, my wonderful family for making this year totally incredible.

So, what have been the best bits of 2018? That’s a hard one to call – there were so many great places, people and parties, that choosing one would be just too hard. So, here are a few of my faves.

Fabulous places? Well, Ibiza obviously! Who couldn’t love this sun-drenched party Island? It’s fun and just perfect for hen parties with my funky light up sax. I absolutely loved every minute of it. I also travelled to Santorini – all I can say is, stunning. And, I can’t forget Croatia and Sportsvest – what a wild ride that was.

Bringing the Ibiza sax vibe with my super talented DJ sis Emma has also been one of the highlights of the year too. Thanks Emma – love you loads!

Firsts of things have been really special this year too. Like the first time playing in Lake Como and the first time at a Bar Mitzvah. I love trying new stuff.

Raising money for good causes is always a joy, and playing the sax for the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital at the Emerald Ball was no different.  

And, finally, my regular Manchester residences, like Revs Deansgate Locks and Tiger Tiger are always saxy, sassy fun.

Wow – writing it all down like this really does show me just how lucky, and totally busy, I was last year. There were so many other memorable things, way too many to mention them all here. So, if you think you’d like me to play at your ‘do’ in 2019, now is a good time to get me booked. If this year is anything like 2018 was, it’s going to be amazing!