Wedding Ceremony Music Orange County
Here are a few ideas from Essence Entertainment of what you can do for Wedding Ceremony Music – Orange County:
The traditional favorite is still Strings. There are a few decisions to be made when designing the type of Wedding Ceremony Music Orange County ensemble you’d like to have at your Ceremony – first, do you want a String Trio or a String Quartet; the next decision is whether you want All Strings or an ensemble with Flute. All options are beautiful – they just have different personalities. Essence Entertainment says to be sure to listen to the available options to make an informed choice. Here is a video featuring a String Ensemble with Flute:
Continuing with the string family, next is Harp. You can have a Solo Harpist, a Duo, a Trio or a Quartet. For a Duo you can add a Flute, or a Violin, or a Cello. The Trio usually adds a Cello plus either a Flute or a Violin. Again, as with the String Ensemble, the Quartet can be All Strings, adding a Cello, Viola and Violin, or it can be with Flute, adding a Cello, Violin and Flute. As with the String Ensembles, the different options which you can hire through Essence Entertainment are all lovely – listen to them all to get a good idea of what your options are. Here is a Harp Quartet with Harp, Cello, Violin and Flute:
Guitar is also a lovely instrument for your Wedding Ceremony. You can have Solo Guitar or an Ensemble. The Solo Guitar generally plays Classical Music, but it’s also nice if you’d like more of a contemporary or folksy sound. One option Essence Entertainment really likes with the Guitar is the Duo – you can add a Flute Player who also doubles on Saxophone – thereby, the Guitar/Flute plays Classical Music during the Ceremony, and the the Guitar/Sax plays during the Cocktail Hour, playing a wide variety of Jazz and Contemporary repertoire — it’s like having two groups for the price of one! A Guitar Trio usually adds a Cello or an Upright Bass (again, that Upright Bass is great for the Jazz repertoire during Cocktails). A Violin can also be incorporated instead of the Flute option. Here is a sample of Solo Guitar:
If your church has a Piano and / or an Organ, you can utilize these instruments beautifully for your Wedding Ceremony. They can be used individually, or you can add another instrument or two, most notably a Trumpet or a Vocalist.
Off the beaten path options include: Steel Drums, Accordion, a Vocal Group, Bagpipes, Mariachis, Hawaiian Ensemble, etc. Lots of fun ways to make your Wedding Ceremony Music exciting and memorable!