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One Snowy Friday in February...

Last night's wedding took place at the Macdonald Ansty Hall in Coventry - a beautiful venue that we perform at a lot and really, really love. With a sprinkling of snow and lots of lovely guests, Lori and James had their perfect wintery wedding :)

Their Personalised Photo Frame

The evening reception took place in the Orangery and the happy couple were so excited about the live shows... a chance to finally let their hair down! Lori had initially wanted to surprise James by booking Adam Thomas and the Souljers but, eventually, she gave in and told him anyway!

Lori's beautiful bridal bouquet

The scene was set for a fantastic evening and, a little after 8pm, their guests gathered around the edge of the dancefloor for the final formality of the day: the first dance!

A first dance to Sigur Ros

They had an enchanting and very unique first dance choice (Sigur Ros - Hoppipolla) which really created a lovely mood for the beginning of the first live set as well.

Adam kicks off the first set of live entertainment

Act 1 saw their guests singing along to That's Amore, dancing to Save The Last Dance and high-kicking to New York, New York... in fact, even the bride joined the kick line!

After tucking in to the buffet, guests were treated to a second live set by Adam Thomas and the Souljers: particular favourites seemed to be Brown Eyed Girl, This Love and floor-filler Kissed A Girl.

During the first live set, Adam had gained a special little fan...

Adam and his side kick!...

and , whilst we rocked the Orangery with the second set, he became a mini Souljer! This little dude copied every move we did and even got to wear Adam's glasses and Tom's hat!

Adam and Mini Me!

After a bit of 90's dance music and a chance for the male guests to show off their dance skills, the groom finally got his Madness fix and a jump around!

I'm guessing that Lori, James and their entourage are just as shattered as we are this morning... the only difference is that the lucky couple are jetting off to Paris as we speak! It's alright for some! :)

Pop over to our Facebook Fan page for more pictures of their big day too (and don't forget to press 'like' whilst you're there!)

Finally, we want to wish you both all of the luck in the world: have a great honeymoon and a great future together :) x x x



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Mr and Mrs Higham's Wedding Entertainment at Ramada Jarvis

The day had finally arrived... Sian and Stephen were getting married after years of planning and organising!

There was a real buzz about the Ramada Jarvis in Leicester as preparations got underway for Sian and Stephen's wedding bash: the grand staircase was decorated with white swag, fairy lights and pale blue bows, Adam's star cloth was twinkling away and their evening guests began to make their way into the King's ballroom for the party.


Special Guest!

The lovely couple have been Adam Thomas groupies for quite some time (even attending our Snow Ball Christmas event with their family). They had thought of every little detail and the room looked really beautiful... As did their brand new baby girl, Emma :) she wasn't on the original guest list (!) but was a wonderful early wedding present for the happy couple!

(c) Adorn Photography

Romance From The Balcony...

The most unique part of this wedding was the first dance. As usual, Adam gathered their guests around the edge of the dance floor and introduced the new Mr and Mrs Higham onto the floor. It's usually quite a surprise for wedding guests when Adam performs the first dance live however, in this case, the surprise was even more breathtaking: Adam snook up the stairs to the small balcony which overlooks the ballroom and, from there, performed Adele's "Make You Feel My Love" from above the dance floor! It was awesome... I had to video it as a little keepsake of the day!

<a href="">Make You Feel My Love by Adam Thomas</a>

(c) Adorn Photography

The guests were treated to the usual live sets from Adam followed by a predominately 80's/Girly disco (at the bride's request.) There was still plenty for the boys and a nice Take That-style round up to the party with EVERYONE on the dance floor... What a night!!

I'm sure we'll see plenty of the happy couple in the future and, who knows, maybe Adam will be the old crooner that gets booked for Emma's wedding :0) x x x

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