Congratulations – You’ve Done It!
You’re pledged, plighted, intended, affianced. You’ve Put a Ring on it. You’ve decided, in the words of The Proclaimers - ‘Let’s Get Married’.
Lots to do, lots to organise - not least, the party of a lifetime!
Make Unique Musical Memories
Whether you’re sticking to a traditional format, or going for a union as unique as you, you’ll want to make your wedding party amazing. You’ll want your guests to have a blast, and you’ll want to remember it for a lifetime – and one way to guarantee all of the above, is to get yourself the most unique wedding party idea out there on site – your very own mobile recording studio.
Married to the Music
The Sing Factory Vocal Coach is the perfect union of fun, cool and original – an alternative wedding party idea where you and your wedding guests will have the chance to make an extra-special musical memory of the day that’s in it, by recording a song in the funky setting of a real recording studio on wheels. Family and friends can enjoy some truly original wedding entertainment with their very own expert sound engineer officiating the poptastic proceedings.
Your Superstar Wedding Entertainment
Once on board the Vocal Coach, your guests can kick off - or kick up - their heels, tighten their tie around their heads and raise the roof!
Pick A Song
A Ballad for the Best Woman, Blues for the Bridesman, Funk for the Flower Girls… Perhaps the Happy Couple would like to record their special song, or maybe the lads from the team will become a one-night only tribute act.
Record On Board
Up to three guests at a time can record in our super sound-proofed recording booth, and a further seven can keep the party going in our comfy, funky on-board waiting area, where they can even keep an eye on proceedings on our special screens.
Video and Photo Messages
The Vocal Coach recording booth isn’t just for singing. We’ve also got a green screen photo booth for that special souvenir of everyone dolled up to the nines – or why not have your guests record personalised video well-wishes that you’ll have to keep forever?