Lauren and Andrew tied the knot at the Northern Indiana Center for History's Oliver Mansion Gardens this past Saturday. The wedding was held on the lawn of the Oliver Mansion with the beautiful gazebo serving as the backdrop for the couple.
The ceremony began with me playing "King William's March" for the bridesmaids, the flower girl, and the ring bearer. For Lauren's entrance, I played "Canon in D," a classic wedding piece and one of my favorites! During the ceremony the couple took part in a unity sand ceremony, and the song selected for this time was "Hymne" by Vangelis. When the couple was announced, the applause began, and the recessional piece, "Down by the Sally Gardens," accompanied them back down the aisle.
If you are planning a wedding at the Oliver Mansion Gardens, visit our website, South Bend Wedding Harpist for more information about having the harp, which is just right for this location, at your wedding!