This spring has blessed my April couples with beautiful weather! Although we were indoors at the Toledo Museum of Art, the view was still stunning from the GlasSalon. The curved, floor-to-ceiling windows brought the outdoors in!
As guests took their seats, I played “Trumpet Voluntary,” “Spring” from The Four Seasons, and other classical selections. The family of the bride and groom entered to the hymn “I Was There to Hear Your Borning Cry.” The wedding party followed to “To Make You Feel My Love,” and the bride’s processional was the Etta James jazz standard, “At Last.”
They chose “In My Life” by The Beatles for their unity plant ceremony. The ceremony concluded with J.S. Bach’s “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring” as the couple and wedding party exited, followed by “Clocks” by Coldplay and other popular songs for the postlude.
I play for weddings in Toledo and throughout Northwest Ohio. Visit my website – Toledo Wedding Harpist – to listen to more clips, view repertoire lists, and check availability. I’d love to work with you to create a personalized wedding music experience!