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What a grand and elegant venue for a wedding! Stephanie and Rayton were married in the historic Union Station in downtown Indianapolis, conveniently attached to the Crowne Plaza hotel. Guests who stayed there could even have a room in a … Continue reading
It has been a few years since I have played for a wedding at Lavender Crest, and I was delighted to be back! For this wedding, the couple chose a harp and violin duet to provide the music for their … Continue reading
Natilie and Joseph were married on a Friday afternoon at St. Louis Catholic Church in Princeton, Illinois. Not every parish allows this, but they filled their ceremony with popular and Irish music! The sanctuary was stunning, bursting with flowers and … Continue reading
Heritage Health in Springfield hosted an open house for their new hospice center, and harp music was the perfect background! Guests enjoyed appetizers and desserts as they had a ribbon cutting and toured the newly remodeled facility. Music included popular … Continue reading
One of my favorite things about being a wedding harpist is when another musicians chooses me to provide the music for her wedding. I loved working with Bethany (and her mom, Heidi) to put together the perfect soundtrack for the big day! … Continue reading
Up until about two hours before the ceremony was supposed to begin, the weather forecast for Kris & Dan’s wedding in the western suburbs was terrible. It rained all morning and much of the afternoon, but then unexpectedly cleared up … Continue reading