- WE DO NOT ACCEPT PENCIL BOOKINGS. - 50% deposit (deductible to the total package) is required to block the date of your event. Balance is due at the time of the performance (Cash Payment) - For CHURCH ONLY packages, balance payment is due 5 days before the event. - Booking transaction can be thru online or thru meet ups. - We accept payments thru bank deposit or thru meet ups. - Meet up point can be around Makati, Mandaluyong, Quezon City area. - Ayala Malls (Greenbelt, Glorietta, Trinoma) - SM Makati - SM Megamall - Robinsons Galleria - Robinsons Magnolia - Gateway Cubao - SM North Edsa - UP Technohub - SM Fairview - Fairview Terraces - SM Novaliches
- Upon signing of the contract agreement and receipt deposit, the agreement shall be considered binding. Should cancellation by the client be necessary, deposit shall be forfeited to the artists. Should cancellation by the artists be necessary, the artists shall make every effort to arrange for a comparable substitute. If no substitute is desired by the client, artists shall refund deposit in full. - Songs & Other details are to be discussed during meet ups or thru email exchanges.
OTHER IMPORTANT DETAILS Church Ceremony 1. Know the wedding music policy of your church/ ceremony venue. Ask if there are particular restrictions for processional, bridal march and pictorials. 2. Bridal march song in mind already? Tell us as early as possible so we can discuss and give you some inputs on how it will be rendered. It should be rendered to fit the "slow-walk feel" to add drama to your once-in-a-lifetime march down the aisle. It's good to plan your Bridal March song, especially if your church venue has a short aisle. Are there particular parts of the song you want included? For comparison, in Magallanes Church the Bridal March will be around 2mins, while in St. James Alabang, it will be around 4mins. Planning ahead prevents those awkward moment when the Priest is ready to start the ceremony but the choir is still in the middle of their song. 3. To highlight the Bridal March music, we usually recommend the music for the Processional of the Entourage to be in instrumental only. The added layer of vocals in the Bridal march music after the 6-minute instrumental music for the entourage provides the contrast that makes the Bridal March music stand-out and be more memorable. 4. Check with your videographer if they will approve of putting live instrumental music as you exchange vows, especially if they will produce an on-site AVP. They usually use portions here for the AVP. Also check with the church policy and priest preference on this. Some church/priest do not allow music during exchange of vows. 5. For music for the church pictorials (after mass), we suggest a song selection of medium (not too upbeat) tempo be chosen. This is to give consideration to the Commentator and Coordinators who are announcing and organizing the succession of group pictorials of your guests, and the photographers who are giving important instructions to those who are having their pictures taken.
Reception A. If client will be using the in-house sound system of the reception venue, kindly check if our required sound equipment will be provided: - Mixer with at least 8 channels - PL Cords - At least 3 microphones with stand - 2 monitor speakers B. If client will hire a professional sound system provider, we will send you our technical rider so you can submit it to your sound system provider. **Monitor speaker is a must in every live performances to maintain good quality of sounds and performance of the group. C. Kindly provide us a copy of the reception program. D. Inform the group as early as possible if there will be any changes regarding the assigned songs. Changes will be entertained 2 weeks before the wedding. E. Client shall provide meal allowance of P300 / head OR Plated Crew Meal.