The music you choose, whilst your guests are being seated and waiting for your arrival, can create a memorable experience and gives you an opportunity to curate an absolutely personalised playlist. It’s a great opportunity to show how much time and thought you have put into planning your big day. Choosing music that is personal to you is important, because you will know what tempo and vibe your guests will experience.
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🎧🎵💛💛💛🎵🎧 Our new podcast How to Plan a Memorable Downsized Wedding... What is an elopement wedding? Unlike many years ago, when eloping was thought of as running away and not telling your friends and family, it is now a modern and romantic way to celebrate your wedding day. It’s perfect if you’re dreaming of an intimate ‘mini’ wedding with a couple of your dearest friends, family, or just the two of you.
2 of Harps answer your elopement wedding questions Because an elopement wedding is all about you both, make it extra special by choosing a location you’ve always wanted to visit, or somewhere you have never been. There’s nothing more romantic than exploring somewhere for the first time together. Because an elopement wedding is all about you both, make it extra special by choosing a location you’ve always wanted to visit, or somewhere you have never been. There’s nothing more romantic than exploring somewhere for the first time together.
Everything Old Is New Again at Borthwick Castle Having grown up on the small island of Scalpay in Scotland, recently we were thrilled to be invited to play the harps at a wedding, at the award winning, Borthwick Castle, in North Middleton, Midlothian, Scotland. We felt like we had arrived home, even if our dwelling… Continue reading Everything Old Is New Again at Borthwick Castle