Well, that a was busy few weeks! But with Canadian and Jewish holidays over, and work back to normal, it’s time to get back to writing. I’m still waiting on getting a few more things together for my recaps, but thought I would talk about some of the choices we made that I didn’t want to reveal before the wedding. Today, it’s music!
Months ago, I talked about our music options for the wedding, but never mentioned what they would be playing. Although music was important to us, we didn’t feel like we needed to control every single song that was played, and gave our vendors a good amount of leeway in their playlists, with only a bit of general direction.
Ceremony and Cocktail Hour
Our prelude before the ceremony was one of the things we were willing to give free range on. We had been very impressed by our string trio’s talent and professionalism, so we just asked them to play whatever they felt was best from their Jewish and classical repertoire.
A sampling of the classical selections / Video credit: Royal Strings