Drayton Manor Hotel Wedding

Sarah wanted something a bit different for her wedding, so she chose live harp music to complete the elegant ambiance.

When Sarah and her mother arrived for her music consultation she already had an idea of what music she wanted, at least for her bridal processional. When she heard me play A Thousand Years it was confirmed.

I played a lot of songs for them: classical pieces, popular pieces and even the music played for my own wedding. In the end she selected Wonderful Tonight, Memories and Canon in D for the signing of the register, and Thinking Out Loud for the recessional.

Alex, the groom, was very nervous before the wedding. I had a chance to finally meet him before his meeting with the Registrar; what a lovely guy!

Then it was time for the wedding to begin. The bridesmaids had elegant sage-green dresses to match the cravats on the groomsmen. The room was styled by Diamante Weddings with stunning chair decorations creating a fairy-tale romance, and David Wadley discretely photographed the entire event.

After the wedding several of the guests approached me with compliments on the wedding music, and a special thanks by one of the uncles for a particular piece.

Such a wonderful, special day!

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"Everyone was very much impressed with the music, especially as it was the first time many of them had seen a live harpist." Officer Patrick Mulligan
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