The Wedding Band In Birmingham That Keeps On Giving

Last weekend marked the arrival day Mr and Mrs Evans had eagerly anticipated. They swapped vows and exchanged rings at the picturesque Ashes Barns, an award winning wedding venue located in the foothills of Sutton Park, Birmingham, in the West Midlands. Of course what was waiting for the evenings entertainment  was the sensational wedding band Apollo Soul, more about that later…

Wedding singer birminghamBuilt with history in every brick, guests crossed over a 17th century stone bridge and entered a festival fairy tale. The established estate offers fifty acres of greenery, the perfect background scenery for wedding photographs, including a lake, formal lawns, an intimate stone courtyard and a Grade recognised Manor House. The perfect blend of country and rustic architecture at Ashes Barns made an already special day unforgettable.

Growing up and meeting in the Midlands, location was important to the the couple. When it came to picking their wedding band, they wanted better than the best, they wanted not only the placing but the sound of home. They found Apollo Soul, the No.1 wedding band in West Midlands, online. After reading reviews on their website and talking to the band, their choice became obvious.

After the day ceremonies were over, the guests filled the East barn. With its beautiful high ceilings and wooden beams the barn gave the perfect high-end festival feel. Apollo Soul designed the lighting to fit the venue, using moving head spot lights, disco fixtures and fairy lights to set the night alight.

At 8pm the band invited the Bride and Groom onto the floor for their first dance. A silence spread across the barn, as the Groom took his Brides hand. A soft piano, followed the soulful sound of saxophone, the band performed a unique cover of ‘Use Somebody’, by Kings of Leon. Apollo Soul lauded into their first set sweeping guests of all ages from their seats and onto the dance floor. They Played such classics as ABC by The Jackson 5, adding the personal line ‘ABC easy as Marrying Mr and Mrs E’. The couple praised all the small touches made by the band.

Succeeding the first set, the band took a short intermission whilst Ashes Barns catering team provided food to refuel the guests feet. The bar staff prepared for a rush of drink orders and made sure to supply the tables with bottles of wine and water.

Their return to stage was met with the applaud of happy hands. They brought the barn down with hit after hit, such as Outkast’s ‘Hey Ya’, and Coldplay’s ‘Hymn For the Weekend’, that they introduced as a ‘Hymn For the Wedding.’ A special moment, and a surprise for the couple, came when Mrs Evan’s young nephew got onstage along side the band and played the drums for ‘Treasure’ by Bruno Mars.

By the end of the night, shoes had been sacrificed in favour of dancing, the guests commemorated the bands performance. The Groom remarked on how the band felt like family that night. Proving that when it comes to wedding band entertainment, Apollo breathes Soul into their profession.

Choosing sunglasses

We can’t see bright light, yet in any event now we know it’s there, and we realize that we ought to shield ourselves from it. Up until the 1930s, shades weren’t generally accessible. Shielding our eyes from the sun implied wearing a wide-overflowed cap. These days, we realize that bright (UV) radiation can prompt genuine eye harm, including waterfalls, tumor, snow visual impairment, and all the more ordinarily, photokeratitis, which adds up to an eye sunburn. Ouch.

UV radiation from the sun can achieve our eyes from numerous points of view – ricocheting off water, mists, snow, and the windows of structures and passing autos. What’s more, not the greater part of the daylight influences our eyes similarly. 95% of the majority of the UV radiation that achieves the Earth’s surface are UVA beams; the other 5% is UVB radiation. The external layers of our eyes demonstration like normal shades, protecting our retinas from most UV radiation: UVB is completely consumed by the cornea of the eye, and UVA goes through the cornea yet is sifted by the focal point of the eye. Just around 1% or less of UV radiation really achieves the retina.

Despite the fact that UVB is the sort of radiation related with eye harm, UVA can likewise have an impact (e.g., in the development of waterfalls). By and large, UVA or UVB insurance is required as neither has ended up being useful for our eyes.

Remaining out of the sun amid the pinnacle UV long stretches of 11 am to 4 pm isn’t constantly conceivable. What’s more, wearing a cap gives insignificant assurance, as do customary eyeglasses. To best shut out the destructive UV beams, your eyes require more security.

When you’re looking for shades, consider these 4 things that issue:

Numbers matter. When looking for shades, search for marks that say the focal points shut out 99% to 100% of UV radiation. Ensure they shut out both UVA and UVB beams.

Fit issues. Inadequately fitted shades may not give enough assurance. You might be more averse to wear glasses that vibe clumsy or awkward. Furthermore, when glasses are too little or too expansive, they may let in light from the sides. Competitors have the correct thought with wraparound shades.

Focal points matter. Enraptured focal points divert glare however don’t offer UV insurance. Focal points produced using genuine glass give little insurance by any stretch of the imagination. Your best decision nowadays? Polycarbonate plastic focal points. These harder focal points give sufficient UV assurance and are sturdier than different assortments. Photochromic focal points are additionally a decent choice since they square glare and UV radiation while keeping up visual sharpness.

Usefulness matters. Alternatives exist for the individuals who experience considerable difficulties wearing shades. In the event that you wear eyeglasses, attempt medicine shades, tinting for your eyeglasses, or clasp on focal points with UV security. New contact focal points are accessible with improved security, however shades should in any case be worn.

Approve, now for 4 things that don’t make a difference excessively:

Age. Kids’ eyes require much more assurance from the sun than grown-ups. Be that as it may, on the off chance that you take a glance around next time you take off to the pool or shoreline or play area, you’ll see bunches of grown-ups wearing shades however not very many children with any eye insurance whatsoever. On account of their clearer corneas and focal points, youngsters’ eyes let in more UV light than the more completely created eyes of grown-ups and hence are at significantly higher danger of sun harm. Numerous shades makers offer children’s styles. Give your children a chance to select whatever fun edges they’d like, however simply try to pick a couple with 99% to 100% UV insurance.