Valparaiso Harpist ~ Wedding Music at the Valparaiso Country Club

Debra was planning her Indiana wedding from Texas, so we made all of the plans for her wedding music by email.  With lots of sound clips on my website, it makes it easy to plan long-distance!  She originally booked just solo harp, but added a violinist as we got closer to her date.

The ceremony was held at the Valparaiso Country Club in Northwest Indiana.  The room where the ceremony took place overlooked the golf course, and the guests just had to walk down the hallway to get to the reception.

As guests were arriving, we played a variety of harp and violin duets, both classical and popular music.  The bride and groom each had one attendant.  The maid of honor had been the bride’s friend since 3rd grade, and the father of the groom also served as his best man.  For their processional, we played “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring” by Bach, followed by Pachelbel’s “Canon in D” for the bride.  During her speech at the reception, the bride joked that her father had been very emotional during her sister’s wedding five years ago, but he gave her a little shove down the aisle!

For the unity candle ceremony, we played “All I Ask of You” from Phantom of the Opera, and the recessional was “King William’s March.”  We played all of the guests out of the room, then followed them to the banquet center where we continued with joyful background music for the cocktail hour.

Planning a wedding in Valparaiso?  I can provide harp music for your ceremony and reception, and can also work with other musicians to create the perfect sound for your wedding.  Please visit my website, Valparaiso Wedding Harpist, to contact me!


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