Lori and Darren were married in downtown Nashville at the Noelle, an Art Deco boutique hotel just off Printer’s Alley. The ceremony and reception were both held in the same space, with the cocktail hour in the hotel’s lobby while the room was re-set for dinner.
The lovely arched windows filled the ceremony with natural light. Their colors of black and red stood out beautifully in the blank-canvas space! Guests enjoyed harp prelude music as they found their seats for the service.
They chose J.S. Bach’s “Arioso” for the seating of family members, followed by the popular song “Can’t Help Falling in Love” for the wedding party processional. Lori came down the aisle to the traditional “Bridal Chorus” by Richard Wagner.
During the ceremony, the bride and groom performed a unity sand ceremony to “The Lord’s Prayer” by Malotte. They also went traditional with their recessional, opting for Mendelssohn’s “Wedding March.”
They customized their ceremony music to include traditional wedding pieces, sacred music, less-familiar classical pieces, and popular love songs. As your harpist, I can play something from all of the genres you love the most! Every couple I work with chooses their own playlist, to be sure the music is meaningful to them.
I play for weddings and events in Nashville and throughout middle Tennessee. Get in touch by visiting my website ~ Nashville Wedding Harpist ~ where you can also request a quote, listen to more audio clips, and see videos. I’d love to help you plan your perfect wedding music!