Photos Courtesy of Steve Tinetti Photography
In July, our flute and violin duo played for a very intimate wedding ceremony at Sapphire Point in Dillon, Colorado. It was such a small wedding ceremony that there weren’t actually any guests! Instead, this destination bride decided to have her ceremony professionally recorded and then share the recording with her friends and family members.
Our duo played soothing prelude music before the ceremony as the bride and groom posed for their wedding photos. Then, we cleared the area of curious hikers so that the bride and groom could make their grand entrance down the winding forest path. Our flute and violin duo played “Postcard to Henry Purcell” from “Pride and Prejudice” as the bride and groom walked. After the ceremony, we played a little more and we both even signed the marriage certificate as witnesses, and posed for a few photos with the bride.
From the bride:
“Our wedding was just a small elopement at Sapphire Point in Colorado but we couldn’t imagine it without music. Not only did Christen give us several song selections but she arranged a song that I requested. She played beautifully and the music helped calm our nerves. I would highly recommend Christen for any size wedding. Her music is exquisite!”
Sample Prelude Music:
A Thousand Years (Christina Perri), Air from Suite #3 (Handel), Ode to Joy (Beethoven), Romanza (Mozart), St. Anthony’s Chorale (Brahms), Traumereri (Schumann), Can’t Help Falling in Love (Elvis)
Wedding Ceremony Music:
Bride’s Processional and Recessional ~ Postcard to Henry Purcell from Pride and Prejudice