A violin is our most-common selected instrument for events because of its versatility. It is the lead instrument in an orchestra, can be paired with any instrument, and acts as the melody for any song you select.
The cello is the larger, deeper version of the violin. It can be used as a solo instrument for a richer, more romantic vibe, or paired with any other instrument.
The harp is unique because of its versatility and its size. The harp accompanies itself so it can be used as the sole instrument if desired. It is also large and heavy (it's over 200 pounds) so it is ideal for a location like a church or a backyard as it helps fill the space. Harps and beaches though, don’t mix well.
The ukulele is ideal for bohemian style events - like the beach. It cannot be the sole instrument selected though and is best paired with vocals or the violin.
The piano is traditional and timeless, although it is very difficult and expensive to bring in to a location that doesn’t already have a piano on-site. Churches and some venues though, usually have one available.
While string instruments are most common for ceremonies, adding vocals to your reception can completely change the vibe.
Picture this. You’re halfway through a slice of wedding cake, working to keep a conversation going with your reception tablemates, and fighting the urge to check the time on your phone. Again.
It’s your close friend’s wedding, so you had planned on staying all the way through the sparkler sendoff. At this point, though, the call of your bed is officially louder than the music streaming from the DJ booth. And a lot more appealing, too.
The truth? You’re two bites of cake away from making a break for the nearest exit.
And you’re terrified of guests feeling exactly the same way on your wedding day.
Record scratch: Not on our watch!
An entertainment company that makes strings fun...while still bringing (happy) tears to grandma’s eyes.
“This was the best money we ever spent! The music made the ceremony! It was beautiful and people said they truly enjoyed listening to the before and after the ceremony music as well. We asked for some songs they had to learn and they did it without hesitation! We had a duo of violin and harp, but the harpist played the ukulele in some songs as well. Listening to Canon in D as I walked out almost made me cry because it was so beautiful (I only didn’t cry because my dad made me laugh with a joke...). Thank you so much for everything all year (all the emails I sent). Highly recommend this amazing string player!”