” I just wanted to say a huge thank you for doing such a great job with the music for our wedding! The music was beautiful and set the mood perfectly for our ceremony. Thank you!” -Kimberly & John
Elisa’s harp music adds a beautiful touch to many aspects of the wedding ceremony: the prelude while the guests arrive, the processional, songs during the ceremony if appropriate, the recessional, and a postlude while guests leave.
Of course, every ceremony is different and Elisa is happy to work with the couple to craft a musical accompaniment that meets their needs, and is available to play at the reception as well.
Prelude and Postlude
Drawing upon her classical, jazz, and pop repertoire Elisa will put together a light selection while the guests arrive and depart. Of course, she is happy to take specific requests.
Ceremony Music: Processional, singing of the registry, and the Recessional
For the processional and recessional, there are many traditional songs to pick from, or you can choose something a little different! Depending on your preferences, you can have a separate processional for the bride and the bridal party, or one for the whole procession. The recessional is best suited to celebratory songs, as it is the first time you will join hands and walk as husband a wife !
For the signing of the registry and any other point in your ceremony you would like musical accompaniment, Elisa can play a favorite from her collection or any special requests you may have.
Elisa has a large repertoire of popular and jazz music perfect for your reception or cocktail hour
Visit the ‘Music’ section for help choosing your ceremony music
For more information, contact Elisa:
Elisa Thorn, wedding harpist