This wedding at Lake Bluff Inn in South Haven, Michigan, had the perfect start time. For a very dry summer, June 16th was sure seeing a lot of rain! Fortunately, about thirty minutes before the start of the ceremony, the rain stopped, the clouds parted, and the sun came out.
The bride and groom's approach to their wedding music ~ and to the whole wedding ceremony ~ was that of classical, but not necessarily traditional. They had their law school friend perform the ceremony and their families (including those who traveled to Michigan all the way from Israel) were actively involved.
The prelude music was all chosen from the classical genre. As for the entrance of the wedding party, the couple selected "Caro Mio Ben." For the bride's entrance, I had the chance to play one of my favorite pieces for the harp: "Romance Without Words." For the recessional, the bride and groom walked down the aisle to "Trumpet Voluntary."
If you are interested in having wedding music for your South Haven, Michigan ceremony or reception, please visit our website, South Haven Wedding Harpist.