I have been told the bridal music consultation service I provide to all of my brides and grooms – the opportunity to sit with me at the harp and select their music – is unique and incredibly helpful when finalising wedding details.
“Not only was your harp playing beautiful, but the assistance in the selection of the music was worth your fee a hundredfold. We had no ideas what music we wanted. Your suggestions helped narrow it down, and the final choices created the exact ambiance we were after. Thank you.” L. Easton
Bathed in a sea of lavender and cream, the wedding suite at the Bromsgrove Hilton Hotel was transformed from a corporate events venue to the setting of the special and very personal exchange of wedding vows by Ms Sutcliffe and Mr Harrison, on 26th of October, 2012.
The long Thanksgiving weekend has always marked the beginning of the holiday performance season in America, and my 10+ years in the United Kingdom confirm it’s the same here (less the turkey-focussed, four-day weekend).
To some degree, every girl dreams about her wedding day. I most certainly did. But because I started playing the harp at weddings when I was 10 years old, I also kept a folder with ideas from each of the weddings I played (just a little insight into my methodical personality)!