Your Wedding Options
As I have, over the years, gained increased experience of weddings I have come to realise that never are any two the same. After all, no two couples are the same! So I offer various ways of personalising my performance on your special day.
You can choose exactly the music that you want, either from my repertoire list or by requesting certain pieces. Many people have favourite songs and many couples have 'their song'. If you would like a specific piece or song don't be afraid to ask - I have had requests from Vivaldi to Led Zeppelin!
Choose your Harp
I currently have two different harps available for functions. These include a stunning black concert grand harp, suitable for all venues both large and small, and a traditional celtic folk harp, suitable for smaller venues, outdoor events, or more folk-music based events. You are welcome to choose the instrument that best suits your venue/theme etc.
Many couples want to hear who they are hiring before they put a deposit down - and rightly so. I offer a personal consultation to all couples so that we can have a chat over a cup of tea and you can hear me play. This is also useful for me as it gives me a chance to get to know you a little and get an idea of the style of the occasion. Most couples also find it useful as it will give you a good idea of what you can expect from me on your big day. If you are not sure what style of music or specific pieces you want I am happy to play through some suggestions for you.
Colour schemes and themes
If you would like me to wear a certain colour or type of clothing do ask. For example if your colour scheme is Ivory and Burgundy I would be happy to dress in Burgundy, or if you are having a themed wedding (eg. Medieval or 'Winter wonderland') I will do my best!
Occasionally couples choose not to have many readings during their ceremony. Why not have a short piece played instead? It could be a piece that means a lot to both of you or reminds you of an absent friend. Whatever the reason, some people find this more personal than a reading. Again - do ask.