The rainy weekend sent another wedding to their indoor back-up location. As much as every couple planning an outdoor ceremony hopes it works out, the weather is unpredictable and you’ll feel better having an option ready for relocation.
For Audra and Scott, they planned to marry on the Wells Street Bridge in downtown Fort Wayne, but the cold and rain moved them inside. Fortunately, their back-up location was just steps away at Promenade Park Pavilion, where they could still see the bridge through the picture windows.
Prelude music as guests took their seats included “A Thousand Years,” “My Own True Love,” “You Raise Me Up,” and “Bless the Broken Road.” The mother of the bride walked down the aisle to Pachelbel’s “Canon in D.”
There were two processionals for the wedding party – “Can’t Help Falling in Love” for the attendants and “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” from The Wizard of Oz for the flower girl and junior bridesmaid. Audra’s entrance music was “Edelweiss” from The Sound of Music.
“Wedding March” concluded the ceremony, and a small reception was held immediately following the ceremony. I played “Marry Me” by Train for the cake cutting and Ed Sheeran’s “Perfect” for the couple’s first dance.
Even when the weather on your wedding day doesn’t cooperate, harp music makes it feel seamless, elegant, and perfectly planned. You can find more information and request a quote by visiting my website ~ Fort Wayne Wedding Harp Music.