Looking for something extra unique for your wedding? Why not have one of our talented Owls to deliver the rings down the aisle? They can fly to anyone you would like: Best Man, Bride or Groom, etc.
We can offer a Barn Owl or a Harris Hawk to deliver the rings. Typically, the Barn Owl is seen as more of a ‘wedding’ bird, however, if the best man wants something a bit more ‘manly’, you can always pick the Harris Hawk!
How It Works
We offer a series of options for you to pick and choose to suit your special day:
Option 1: Ring Bearer – Prices from £275
Option 2: Ring Bearer & Pictures – Prices from £325
Option 3: Pictures & Static Display – Prices from £350
Option 1 provides the choice of birds to deliver your rings down the aisle. We arrive around an hour before the ceremony to meet the person receiving the rings, the registrar/vicar and photographer if possible. After we have had our little chats, we give a little training to the receiver and then try to disappear until the time comes for us to be involved.
Option 2 adds pictures for after the ceremony, this means that we will normally stay for around 45 minutes after the ceremony to have photos with you as well as with guests.
Option 3 allows us to come along for photos afterwards and a static display. This option helps if you would like us there, but you have guests who are scared of birds. We would arrive before the ceremony to know where we can set up, and throughout the ceremony begin to slowly set up. We will bring around 4/6 birds with us, all of which are friendly birds which everyone can get up close with (including children).
We are based in Faringdon, Oxfordshire. Within 20 miles, we require no additional travel cost. Anything further than that will require additional travel costs. For up to 50 miles from Wantage, we will require a £30 travel charge. For up to 75 miles, we require a £50 travel charge. For up to 100 miles, we require a £75 travel charge. For anything over 100 miles, please contact us.
Our professional handlers will be dressed smartly and appropriately, with the birds as clean as they can be!