Harpist: Rebecca ref: 6121

Harpist: Rebecca

Many people favour the delicate sounds of the harp for their wedding breakfast as it is relaxing and unobtrusive. It provides a beautiful, ambience to the event while being gentle enough to allow your guests to talk and enjoy their meal. It is an ideal accompaniment to a civil wedding ceremony as the music can be tailored exactly to your requirements.

Rebecca has been performing at weddings for over five years and has never seen two weddings the same. She has played at everything from a simple church ceremony with 30 guests to an elaborate and extravagant Greek wedding reception with over 500 guests! Rebecca has also performed at many civil ceremonies, civil partnerships, and receptions in barns, school halls, marquees, restaurants, leisure centres, living rooms and the open air.

Often there is no organ available for civil ceremonies and the harp creates a stunning atmosphere in which to exchange your vows. However it can also be the perfect compliment to a religious ceremony. Although the organ is traditional in this situation the harp provides an unusual alternative and a great talking point later in the day.



WeddingMany thanks for playing at our wedding on Saturday.Your music helped to make this a very special day.
FunctionJust a wee line to thank you very much indeed for playing the Harp so beautifully at Suffolk Coastal’s Reception last Friday. It made for a lovely welcoming start to the evening and I and many of our guests enjoyed the varied pieces…Thank you again for contributing to a very happy evening
WeddingThank you for your beautiful Harp playing at our wedding at Greenwoods in July. Your music gave a really nice atmosphere for the ceremony and drinks reception. Our guests all commented on how good you were.