Singing Elfagrams Deliver Festive Cheer!

Singing Elfagrams Deliver Festive Cheer!

Singing Elfagrams Deliver Festive Cheer!

“The best way to spread Christmas cheer, is singing loud for all to hear.” Buddy the Elf

As the festive season draws near Santa’s song loving elves are keen to share their musical talents by delivering personal Elfagrams – right to your front door!

At a time when it’s becoming more difficult to access live music, The Elfagram Project has been created to allow you to send the very special gift of live festive music to someone you care about.

Maybe they’ve been shielding, perhaps they don’t find it easy to get out of the house, or they might just love Christmas and an Elfagram would cheer them right up!

Come rain, shine or snow, singing elves can be at the door and by remaining outside the house you can be guaranteed a performance in line with all current elf & safety requirements.

Created by Chief Elf, Fleur Mellor, the Elfagram project has reignited the lost tradition of singing telegrams and has been designed to ensure families and friends can share joy and happiness in a unique way, even when they can’t be together. Fleur says;

“Our elves love to sing and dance and just like the rest of us, this has been a strange year for them, they are really looking forward to being able to perform, socially distanced of course, at doorways across the province, to bring a smile and a song to young and old at this most wonderful time of year!

            “The elves are so excited to be able to deliver your gift of love and festive cheer to those you’d like to bring joy too.

“They are all incredibly talented elves who would normally be spending the festive season performing in morale boosting shows in the North Pole, but the pandemic has meant Santa has redirected their talents to the people of Northern Ireland to ensure there are special memories created for the recipients of each Elfagram as they receive this wonderfully unique gift.

Fleur goes on to say;

            “The elves are practicing daily to ensure they have just the right song to perform for your loved one and so far we’ve mastered a number of amazing Christmas tunes, including classics such as ‘Silent Night’ and ‘White Christmas’ along with more modern day festive favourites such as ‘Let it Go’ and ‘Fairytale of New York!’

There are twelve songs to choose from and all you have to do is choose your song and book your time slot, whilst ensuring that your loved one will be at home for the Elfagram to be delivered!

The elves are also popping backwards and forwards to the North Pole to help Santa out with a few merry tunes and keep the rest of the elves on their toes so it is also possible for them to take those all important Santa letters straight back to the big man himself, so you can be safe in the knowledge that your Santa letter arrives safely!

Fleur concludes;

“I hope people will take this opportunity to send some love, whether that be to a Grandparent and Child or a special friend to show them that you are thinking of them even though you may not be with them. More than anything we all need a special Christmas to look forward to and we hope that our Elfagrams will add a new element of sparkle to what has been a very strange year for all!”

Each Elfagram will deliver one song along with your personal message, choose from the following list;

  1. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas
  2. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
  3. Fairytale Of New York
  4. Holly Jolly Christmas
  5. White Christmas
  6. I Want A Hippopotamus For Christmas
  7. Silent Night
  8. O Holy Night
  9. Silver Bells
  10. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
  11. Let It Go
  12. Well I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday

Delivery slots are on sale now and are very limited so please visit www.elfagram.co.uk to book your slot today! 

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