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Welcome to Ukulele Weddings

Ukulele Weddings featuring local Tampa Bay legend, Big Jim Allen, guarantees you a magical experience on your special day.

Jim sings and plays your favorite songs accompanied by the sweet lilting tones of a real ukulele.

Read below what other happy couples have said about the romance of a wedding set to ukulele music.

“We had a beautiful outdoor ceremony by the water in Davis Island, Florida. We wanted unique music to match this beautiful Florida landscape and turned to Big Jim Allen with his small ukulele. We couldn’t have been happier! Big Jim played songs for our guests and even learned special requests. He played “Over the Rainbow” by IZ as we walked down the aisle and our guests all loved it! We also hired Big Jim to play guitar during our “Cocktail Hour” and he put together a list of songs that everyone enjoyed. We definitely recommend Big Jim!”Leslie and Pete Mojeiko

“We wanted 2 songs played live at our beach wedding last October. Enter Jim Allen, guitar and ukelele wizard and vocal stylist. Jim set up his battery powered PA right there on the sand and delivered a solid performance that exceeded expectations. He also played our roof-top sunset cocktail hour, all in true Jimmy Buffett, Florida style. Jim Allen is a great entertainer and an all around nice guy!”John Shied

2 Responses to Welcome to Ukulele Weddings

  • Caroline Fabugais says:

    Hi there! Any chance I can purchase the wedding songs you played with a ukulele? The bridal march entrance and the bridal march exit. Please let me know and how much. I found you on YouTube. Thank you.

    • Big Jim says:

      I apologize for finally responding to your inquiry…an issue with email. I’m sorry, but copyright laws don’t allow me to do that. Thanks for your interest.

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