Tag: Wedding

Wow!

The Candies would be the first to admit that we get to visit some pretty amazing venues; and todays was no exception. We were heading about 3 hours south east, to the little village of Onet-Le-Chateau… but our destination wasn’t the ancient and magnificent castle the dominates the village… but  a few kilometres further on at Chateau de Labro.   This…

Would you like a DJ with that?

The Candy Stripes are thrilled to announce that we have teamed up with a DJ for 2018! If you book The Candies for either our Fabulously Vintage or Disco Diva sets, you can now extend your event with a special offer from our partner DJ.  The DJ package includes the latest sound system, along with the very latest professional lighting. Ask…

Gold and Alchemy

This Saturday’s wedding was another joint venture with our REPLAY chums.  Colleen performed during the Ceremony, The Candies entertained during the Vin D’honneur and REPLAY played after dinner. The venue was in the north of the Dordogne in the village of Jumilhac Le Grand.  The village lies on the road followed by Richard the Lionheart and is also on one…

Late Sunflowers

The last day of August saw The Candies heading back to the Charente for an evening wedding party.  It feels like we’ve spent half of our summer in this corner of France and by coincedence, this was the second wedding in this tiny village. Driving in, we passed the beautiful and imposing 15th century Chateau de Chillac and a field…

Fairytales

Our Wedding this weekend was in the very beautiful Chateau de Cazanac nestled in the hills above Coux et Bigaroque in the heart of the Perigord Noir.  It was to be a busy day for music as Colleen sang during the ceremony, The Candies provided the music for the Vin D’honneur and REPLAY played for the evening party… and then…

Garden Party Party

We met todays couple a few months ago at one of our campsite gigs (they’d seen us previously and already booked us for their wedding) and they dropped by backstage to introduce themselves.  Their wedding had been planned as an informal affair in the garden of the village house… and whilst it was informal, it was also rather special. Some…