Wedding Birds Of Prey
Weddings with birds of prey!
Who would have thought they would go together? Everyone wants to make their day special. The prescence of beautiful owls and falcons for your guests to meet gives them an incredible opportunity to be up close to nature and and it is now well known how good that makes people feel.
Choose from an owl ring bearer, a birds of prey interactive handling session, a flying display or meet and greet with one of our wonderful owls as an activity and entertainment for your wedding or event.
Wedding birds of prey for your wedding activity makes your celebration swing by entertaining your guests with a fantastic interactive display.
During the break between ceremony and reception our amazing birds will be available for your guests to hold and get an up close experience.
Owl Ring Delivery
Wow (or wowl) your guests with a surprise appearance of Juliet the barn owl delivering your wedding rings.
Don’t assume all owl ring bearers are equal. We have worked hard to provide an awesome and reliable service. Check out the owl ring bearer page for more details.
Wedding birds of prey display to entertain your guests after the ceremony.
Guests can hold the the birds and get some fantastic photographs. We will tell them all about the birds and keep them entertained between the ceremony and the wedding breakfast.
The good, and the bad and ugly.
It is very difficult to get videos of our owl ring bearer as the guests don’t get any as they are unaware of what is happening. The falconer can’t do it as he is dealing with the owl. However, here are a couple we managed to get that illustrate how we do it and another that shows how not to do it.
A Smooth Delivery
Ophelia delivers the rings from the falconer hiding in the bushes well behind the guests to make the owl ring bearer delivery surprise. She has not had to be enticed by any meat.
A Tidy Return
Ophelia has waited patiently while the rings were removed and some photos taken. She comes back to the falconer when called and she gets her reward when she retuns.
How Not To Do It.
The falconer has come down amongst the guests spoiling any surprise. The owl only has a short distance to fly(not very impressive). The owl is reluctant to go and has to be launched into take off, always risky, and the owl doesn’t sit still on the bridegroom’s fist. Our instruction video and your training visit with us makes sure you know what to do.