We bring in the incredible Cal Young Music to provide beautiful live tunes for our elopements.
A singing guitarist who DJ’s (often alongside sax players).
I live in Torquay with my girlfriend Alana and the love of our lives, Zelda, the border collie.
In between drinking too much coffee, surfing or playing table tennis — I LOVE to play music at weddings.
My favourite kind of gig involves stripping it all back, to guitar & vocals and a nice battery powered speaker and heading to a forest, beach, mountain top or anywhere picturesque. To celebrate the big love between people just like you two.
What’s the cost? Note that these prices are additional to your BLE Package.
Tiny Love Package: From $800
Little Love Package: From $850
Big Love Package: $1250
Mega Love Package: $1850
Please note that prices are subject to change and do not include any possible travel fees outside of Geelong.
When does Cal play?
In the base package, Cal will play some songs before the ceremony to set the vibe right through to mingling time post-ceremony whilst you enjoy the company of your guests (maybe some nibbles and a cheeky bev, too).
Can Cal stay around for our party?
He sure can! You can chat costs with Cal directly – just let us know your plans first and we will advise.
How do we book Cal in for our elopement?
Let Jessie know in your booking process that you’d like to have Cal serenade you + any guests you might have. We will liaise with Cal and get him locked in for your day, and you pay Big Love Elopements for his inclusion.
Closer to the day, Cal will message you to sort out your set list and any must-haves (please avoid ‘Horses’ like the plague for Jake’s sake!!).
What songs does Cal play?
He knows a billion songs (not actually measured), but if you have anything in particular then you’re welcome to request. During mingling time he will play whatever fits the vibe – he’s no rookie!
You’re welcome to request a set list if you’d like to know what he’ll be playing! Additional fees for learning songs, at Cal’s discretion.
If we know that noise is a potential issue (I’d be surprised, I’m pretty low volume when required), I could play fully unplugged.