Karianne & Matthew’s Wedding Breakfast at Hogarths Stone Manor

When planning her summer wedding at Hogarths Stone Manor, Karianne researched live harp music to add to the beautiful setting and help set the mood. 

Karianne and I started talking about the music she wanted for her wedding breakfast back in August of last year, nearly a year before the big day.  That’s great planning and gave us loads of time to come up with the playlist of live wedding breakfast music perfect for their meal.

Following a traditional church wedding mid-day, the nearly 60 guests and family arrived to glorious sunshine in the garden at Hogarths Stone Manor where the staff greeted them with champagne.  There was a lot of happy chattering in the garden, and a lot of laughter during the standard task of picture-taking. Then it was time for the wedding breakfast.

The wedding theme colours of sage green, blush pink and ivory complimented the natural beauty of the room, with its exposed wooden beams and extensive windows. Karianne and Matthew requested Wonderful Tonight by Eric Clapton to be played when they were announced into the room, which worked perfectly as they made their way from one end of the room to the head table.

Other songs in the playlist included:  Beauty and the Beast, A Thousand Years, Thinking Out Loud, All of Me, chasing Cars, Canon in D, Ava Maria, Flower Duet, Moon River, A Time for Us and A Whole New World.

My husband and I had the pleasure of Michelle playing harp for our wedding breakfast yesterday. She has such a wonderful talent and we had so many lovely comments from our guests. Not only is she talented but professional and she genuinely feels passionate about what she does and it shows!
Thank you Michelle it was lovely meeting you.
Love Mr and Mrs Palmer x
 Hogarths wedding breakfastKarianne Hogarths Stone Manor

Wedding Breakfast Music

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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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