Wild vicar full of hot air spoilt wedding serenade (9)
I believe the answer is:
'wedding serenade' is the definition.
'charivari' can be an answer for 'serenade' (charivari is a kind of serenade). I am unsure of the 'wedding' bit.
'wild vicar full of hot air spoilt' is the wordplay.
'wild' indicates an anagram.
'full of' means one lot of letters goes inside another.
'hot' becomes 'h' (abbreviation eg on taps).
'spoilt' is an anagram indicator.
'vicar' is an anagram of 'cariv'.
'cariv' placed around 'h' is 'chariv'.
'air' anagrammed gives 'ari'.
Can you help me to learn more?
(Other definitions for charivari that I've seen before include "Confused noise" , "Hubbub" , "Big noise" , "uproar" , "racket!" .)