Memphis Wedding Music ~ Ceremony at 409 South Main

Another harpist’s wedding! I love when fellow musicians hire me to play for their ceremonies, doubly so when it’s another harpist! Sidney and William were married at 409 South Main Events in Memphis’ South Main Arts District. It’s an industrial-style venue with lots of exposed brick, and is on the same block as the Blues Hall of Fame Museum.

Memphis Wedding Ceremony Music

Guests took the elevator to the upper floor, where the ceremony space was partitioned off from the reception area with sheer white curtains. You could see the outline of the harp with the natural light coming in from the street-facing windows. Harp music for the prelude included classical pieces and familiar love songs of all eras.

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As the family members were seated to begin the service, I played “Nightingale” by the harpist Deborah Henson-Conant. The wedding party and bride all entered to Pachelbel’s “Canon in D.”

Memphis Wedding Harpist

For the recessional at the conclusion of the ceremony, they switched up the vibe, and went with “This Will Be an Everlasting Love” by Natalie Cole. From traditional wedding classics to jazz standards to R&B, the harp can cover all of your favorite musical styles!

Memphis Harp Music

If you are looking for a versatile wedding harpist in Memphis, please get in touch! I regularly play in Kentucky, Arkansas, and Mississippi, too. On my website, Memphis Wedding Music, you can check availability, listen to more audio/video clips, and request a quote!

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