You will remember the music played during your Bridal Processional for the rest of your life. Would you like help deciding on this very special music?
Alice Freeman has been a wedding harpist since 1999 and has helped dozens of brides choose music that is both memorable and meaningful to them.
She plays Prelude music until all your guests have arrived, regardless of who gets lost or how long it takes to fix a zipper. Your Processional is gracefully ended when the entire wedding party is in place and the sound of your Wedding March Processional on a harp is unforgettable. She may play a special song or prayer, or background music during your ceremony. Then Alice plays your Recessional and Postlude music until everyone has left the area.
Alice offers a large repertoire of traditional, classical, popular, folk and Celtic music. She can help you select appropriate music for Catholic, Christian, Jewish and civil weddings, or hand-fasting and other ceremonies.
Call Alice at 307.745.3950 today to make an appointment for a FREE consultation to plan your wedding music.
How much have you budgeted for your wedding music? How does this compare to what you will be spending on flowers, catering, or your photographer/videographer? Live music is frequently the best bargain you will find.
Alice offers three different Wedding Price Packages for music on her harp or hammered dulcimer. Please call for a quote on the cost of these Packages if your ceremony location is more than 20 miles from Laramie. Alice has played for weddings in the Snowy Range Mountains, Casper, Cheyenne, Estes Park, Denver, Oshkosh (Wisconsin) and Gettysburg (Pennsylvania).
You may already know the specific music you want for your wedding, or you may be at a total loss about what a musician should play. This Wedding Music Song List will give you some ideas. Your celebrant or wedding planner may also suggest good places for music in your ceremony.
Alice Freeman offers a one-hour free consultation at her studio to hear and select music for your wedding day. If personal consulting together in Laramie is not convenient she also offers video consulting sessions using Skype, FaceTime or Google Hangouts.
Here are some suggestions to help with planning music for your wedding.
Start planning at least 6 months before your wedding. Many harpists book events more than a year in advance. The busy seasons in Wyoming are the Winter Holidays and July or August. Allow yourself enough time to find the musicians you want.