The Candy Stripes offer you musical solutions across your wedding day; they can sing during the ceremony, during the champagne and during the evening party. If you’re looking for something a little Vintage, or a little Retro then The Candy Stripes are your perfect match.
The Wedding Ceremony
Up to 4 songs from our repertoire + recorded music if needed
Having live music during your wedding ceremony is really special and The Candies music is just perfect for a French Chateau Wedding
They can provide music as your guests arrive, as the wedding party arrives, during the processional, the signing the official documents or as the bride and groom exit. Popular choices include The Longest Time, My Girl, Chanson D’amour and Going to the Chapel.
You can select songs from the girls repertoire and, in addition, they can also provide recorded music.
1 x 90 Minute Set
Music and Champagne go together like strawberries and cream and always adds a touch of vintage glamour to your celebrations.
The Champagne set combines classic 40s vintage harmonies with a touch of Motown and modern vintage hits.
Think Boogie Woogie, My Girl, Blue Moon, Something Stupid or In the Mood… you get the idea!
Usually the girls will set up in a shady spot outside, creating the perfect backdrop for your afternoon wedding celebrations.
2 x 60 Minute Sets (can be offered as 1 x 120 Minute Set)
The Candies evening party set is high energy and pack full of huge hits from across the decades. With it’s roots in classic Motown and Disco hits, the song list is guaranteed to get folks singing and dancing. The aim is simple, to create a party that your guests will remember for all the right reasons !
If you want an amazing set list, lights, lasers, sequins and lipstick then the girls won’t disappoint!
Extend the Party
Lights & Speaker Leave + Playlist via ipad if needed
The Candies are singers not DJ’s but they do have an impressive display of lights… and can provide the means to plug in and play your perfect playlist of recorded songs.
Ask about the PA Leave option and you can end the night with your very own disco… and that’s called ‘having your cake and eating it’!