Tennessee Harpist | Memphis Wedding Musician

Allie and Shannon chose a non-traditional venue for their December wedding ceremony ~ the chapel at Elmwood Cemetery in Memphis! With windows all around, it felt as if we were outdoors, minus the chilly temperatures. I love venues that really bring the beauty of nature indoors, so weather isn’t an issue for my couples.

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With only a handful of their closest family and friends as guests, they were married on a Thursday afternoon. Small guest lists really make weddings so much easier to plan! You are also able to take advantage of off-peak timing and ensure better vendor availability.

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As everyone gathered, I played jazz standards and pop songs, including “What a Wonderful World,” “Unforgettable,” and “Love Story.”

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There was no wedding party, but each bride chose her own processional piece. Shannon entered first to “All of Me” by John Legend, followed by Allie to “Can’t Help Falling in Love.” The ceremony concluded with the traditional Mendelssohn “Wedding March.”

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I continued to play other familiar love songs as the couple and their guests enjoyed wedding cake in the chapel. Some of the song selections were “At Last,” “Edelweiss” from The Sound of Music, and “Here Comes the Sun.”

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As a Memphis wedding harpist, I play for ceremonies, receptions, and other wedding festivities throughout Tennessee, Arkansas, and Kentucky. If you are looking for a harpist for your event, please visit my website {Memphis Tennessee Harpist} for more details and to get in touch to check availability for your date!

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