Wedding Bagpiper

Pipe Major Mark Jamieson - Yorkshire based Scottish Bagpipe Player

First of all, it's your big day. You're the boss and you decide exactly how you want it to be. I've listed some of the more common "options" below but they are only there as a guide. If you have something else in mind, please let me know and I'll try to accommodate it.

  • Pipe the guests on arrival to the wedding venue.
  • Pipe the bridal party into the wedding venue.
  • Pipe the Bride down the aisle.
  • Pipe during the signing of the registers.
  • Pipe the Bride and Groom up the aisle.
  • Pipe the bridal party and guests out of the wedding venue.
  • Pipe during the taking of photographs.
  • Pipe the wedding guests into the Reception venue.
  • Pipe for the arrival of the Bride and Groom at the Reception venue.
  • Pipe the Bride and Groom to the top table.
  • Deliver a traditional Scottish toast to the Bride and Groom.

Music Selection

Pipe Major Mark Jamieson - Yorkshire based Scottish Bagpipe Player

If it fits on the bagpipes, you can have whatever tunes you like. With a couple of days prior warning, I will learn and play any suitable tune. One good way to choose tunes that I usually recommend would be for you to search for "wedding bagpipe music" on Google and listen to any links you find.

Please keep a note of the link to the file so that you can forward it to me. There are single bagpipe tunes with a variety of different names and there are also names that can be several different bagpipe tunes (did that make sense?). For example, "The Green Hills of Tyrol" is often known as "A Scottish Soldier" due to Andy Stewart, a Scottish singer, writing lyrics to it and releasing as a single.