Rebecca and Jon’s wedding day was one of those picture perfect late May days, warm but not too warm, light breeze, and steady sunshine. They chose “Turidae” flute/violin duo for their wedding music. (Click here for more info about our duo options).
Rebecca rode in a horse drawn carriage up the hill to the wedding site, accompanied by the hymn “On Eagles Wings”.
The bridal party entered to”All I Ask of You” from “Phantom of the Opera,” which we had arranged for flute/violin for the occasion.
Rebecca’s processional was the traditional Wagner “Bridal Chorus,” and the recessional was again the traditional choice, Mendelssohn’s “Wedding March.” Each wedding brings new inspiration in the traditional choices. The traditional wedding music selections are as dear as the traditional Christmas Carols, always fresh with each new year and new couple and new day. Bringing a new perspective with each couple, entering into a new stage of life, they strengthen the thread connecting to decades of tradition. Oh dear, I’m dripping on my cat again…
Rebecca highly reccommends the vendors from their wedding to other couples. Here’s the contact info she sent: