Tamara and Darrin were married in July at Holy Name of Jesus Parish in Wausau, Wisconsin. Along with a vocalist from the church, I provided all of the music for their wedding Mass.
The prelude music for guest arrival included classical selections, and the wedding party came down the aisle to Pachelbel’s “Canon in D.” Tamara’s bridal processional was “Beautiful in White” by Westlife. The two pieces have the same chord progression, so they complement one another nicely!
During the service, I accompanied the cantor for all of the liturgical music (Gospel Acclamation, Holy Holy, Memorial Acclamation, Lamb of God, and the Psalm), as well as “Bridal Prayer” by Roger Copeland for the unity candle and “How Beautiful” for communion.
“Trumpet Voluntary” was the recessional to conclude the ceremony, and the uptempo classical selections continued as the guests exited the sanctuary.
I play for weddings throughout Central and Northern Wisconsin, in churches, gardens, banquet halls, homes, and more. Harp music is an excellent choice for any wedding! Contact me via my website ~ Wausau Wedding Harpist ~ to check availability for your wedding and receive a quote.