Wedding at Coca-Cola Bottling Factory!

Another March wedding! Vivian and Ben chose the funky Coca-Cola Bottling Factory as their venue and it was incredible! I had never been there, but the original floors and brick walls were such a cool setting for a wedding! Aside from bringing the harp up and down 30 stairs (their lift was broken, but I had some nice guys help me!), the venue was one of the coolest I have played at. Since Vivian works at the Arts and Science Council, she had very many talented friends sing for part of her wedding processional. I played part of the prelude music, the singers sang two lovely Broadway tunes for the mothers and bridal party, and I played a celtic tune by Kim Robertson for the Bride's entranc

Church Wedding on March 21st

Kicking off the start of wedding season early with a beautifully intimate wedding! Amanda and Daven opted for a small and peaceful ceremony at the Cramer Memorial United Methodist Church. Honestly, this is where harp shines the most! I was able to play just loud enough to be heard, but not overpower the ethereal mood. It was also my first time taking my new iPad system out for a spin! Finally was able to transfer all my gigging music to my iPad and with the help of a bluetooth pedal, was able to turn pages without my hands leaving the harp! This will definitely come in handy once I start playing outdoor weddings again as the weather warms up. No more eternal fight between my music and th

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