BRISBANE WEDDING HARPIST B
Brisbane Wedding Harpist B will entertain your guests before your arrival with wedding music in the style of your choice: popular romantic love songs, classical wedding music, Irish and Celtic harp music, medieval harp music, and even a little Metallica to keep the groomsmen happy!
If you have a particular song in mind that doesn't feature on my song list, Brisbane Wedding Harpist B is usually able to write an arrangement of it on the harp, provided adequate notice is given and the song is suitable to be played on the harp. Brisbane Wedding Harpist B offers this service at no extra charge.
Wedding ceremony package includes:
· Harp music beginning 15 minutes prior to the scheduled time of the ceremony to entertain your guests (and help relax your husband-to-be!) and set the mood for the wedding.
· Processional Music as the bridal party walks down the aisle
· Music during the signing of the registry to entertain your guests while you get down to business
· Recessional Music as the bridal party exits
Wedding Canapes and Pre-Dinner Drinks
Having a classical musician play harp music during your wedding pre-dinner drinks is a very popular option to encourage your guests to mingle and relax, while enjoying their drinks and canapes.
You may prefer to have some slightly more upbeat music here including popular songs that most of your guests will know.
A one hour booking is usually sufficient, or you may like to include this as an add-on to your ceremony package.
For an elegant reception, you may like to have a harpist playing background music as you sit down to your first meal as husband and wife. You may choose some special songs for the important parts of the reception - the entrance of the newly married couple, the cutting of the cake and your first dance as husband and wife.
If you have a song in mind that isn't included in my list, please contact us to find out if it would be suitable on the harp as I may be able to find or write an arrangement of it for you at no extra charge.
Reviewed on 01st Jun 2017
Everything went well, the harpist was great.