Beautiful Wedding Location
We all have our own idea of “New York…”
We all have our own idea of “Hollywood…”
Each concept is vivid.
On a trip to the Grand Canyon in 2001 BC (before kids) I heard a variety of languages French, Dutch and Japanese being spoken. I asked a German couple why they decided to travel to the Grand Canyon? They said, “They wanted to see the country where John Wayne came from.” Wow, now there’s an idea that brought that couple halfway around the world. Hollywood in many ways has promoted that self reliant pioneer spirit that won the West; which is a good thing.
I invite you to ponder the idea “Japanese Garden…”
Elegant Music Quartet performs wedding ceremony @ Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden Cal State Long Beach
Seeing pictures is fine but I recommend going there and experiencing this location for your self. In the meantime check out the video:
Creative Music Choices
Our bride and groom Stacia and Renzo were very creative in their choices of wedding ceremony music.
They came over, Sheila and I played for them and together we created this wedding program:
4:45 Prelude Music as Guests Arrive
5:15 Ceremony starts on cue from coordinator.
Groom with Parents
Mother of the Bride with Bestman
Music: Theme from Game of Thrones
Maid of Honor
1 Flower Girl
2 Sabor Bearers
2 Ring Bearers
Music: Once Upon A Dream from Disney’s Sleeping Beauty
Bride and Stepfather
Music: Thousand Years, Christina Perri from Twilight
Flowers to Mothers
Music: You Raise Me Up, Josh Groban
Music: Music: A New Hope – Throne room /End Title Star Wars IV
Wedding and Special Event Professionals
It’s a big responsibility to be chosen to provide music for a couple’s wedding and additionally I think it somewhat of an honor to be chosen by someone who works in the wedding industry to perform for their wedding. It’s a nice acknowledgement to be recognized for what we do. Sheila and I are glad to have been part of their special day and share the moment. Thank you and congratulations Stacia and Renzo!
See: Tea Ceremony Saves a Wedding (true story)
Sincerely, Eric Zimmermann
Elegant Music 626-797-1795