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In a Scottish wedding there are several options for using a solo bagpiper, at the Church, or the marriage ceremony, piping the bride in at the beginning of the ceremony and bride and groom out at the completion of the service. Also playing as the bridal party leaves the ceremony is customary. If using bagpipes as part of a wedding ceremony it is important to remember that it is physically difficult to play the bagpipe for a sustained length of time. A traditonal group, fiddler, string quartet, clarsach and piano etc can all be used as background music as and when required during the proceedings but the bagpipes are loud and definitely not background music.