Traditional Scottish bagpipe player Piper McKay

Piper McKay

Enjoy the Magic of the pipes on your Wedding Day.

Piper Mckay is a traditional Scottish Bagpiper who specialises in playing for Weddings. Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, Martin developed a love for the bagpipes from a young age. To this day he travels across the UK and World entertaining VIP's at Weddings, playing for the mainstream media and promoting the Art of Scottish Bagpiping. He is passionate about delivering a first class experience.

Quick Reference:

Where are you based? I'm based in the UK. I travel extensively and I also travel worldwide regularly to play at VIP events. 
Favourite Bijou Venue: Every one of them
How many weddings do you do a year? Lots

Piper McKay is a professional wedding piper, able to perform at your Bijou Wedding

Tell us a little about yourself?

I love excellence, travelling, classical music, skiing, cooking, dining out in fine restaurants and holidays. 

How would you describe your style and what makes you unique?

Piper McKay is a standalone authentic bag piping service that truly wows special occasions. I'm very proud to deliver a first class experience.

Can couples come and see you perform live before booking you?

Unfortunatly not. A private conference call can be specially arranged to discuss your wedding plans in full detail. 

Do you take requests?

I can design a bespoke experience to match your requirements for your wedding day. 

Do you have a dress code?

I wear full bespoke traditional piping attire. My garnments are all hand made by my personal tailor in Scotland. My pipes are adorned in my personalised silver. Together they are absolutely stunning and amazingly complementary to all VIP wedding days. 

How long is your set?

This is wide ranging. This varies greatly. There is no specific time. Less is more. There's a secret to getting this perfect. Your wedding piping is dovetailed in to your specific plan for your day to deliver the perfect atmosphere. 

What are you expecting see more mainstream/more common in the next year or two?

Who knows! 

If you were getting married, what would be your idea of ultimate entertainment?

Scottish bagpiping. It makes the day and I'm not just saying it. I've seen too many incredibly emotional reactions. 

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