Gorgeous day, beautiful venue, children dressed up in fancy clothes.
When the mothers walked down to get seated the audience applauded. The couple surprised the mothers with roses during the ceremony and the moms cried.
It was a beautifully organized event. Our string quartet played the most heavenly classical selections you can imagine. Mozart, Haydn, Bach, Handel, Puccini and the list goes on.
It's a wonderful feeling to know that our music is appropriate at any type of function, happy or sad. Our music always fills the hearts of our listeners and nothing feels better than knowing that our performance had a big part in making people's events truly memorable. We love to fill people's hearts with joy or healing power.
Here Comes The Guide is the premier wedding planning publication in the country, and goes to great lengths to really scrutinize it’s vendors so that brides don’t have to. What does this mean? From the Here Comes the Guide Website:
“Our goal is to represent only the best event professionals in the industry. In order to achieve this, we thoroughly screen all of the service providers on HereComesTheGuide.com. That means you don’t have to take a chance on some anonymous photographer or caterer. Every one of our vendors has been carefully checked out and Certified By The Guide.
Our rigorous certification process requires each vendor to submit 30-40 references, including wedding industry professionals and at least 10 recent brides. Then we contact each person and get their honest feedback. Only if the company gets a rave review do we accept them as a client.”
The result is a collection of fully-vetted, established, wedding businesses that provide only the most excellent of services to their clients. We are absolutely honored to be included!
It was such an incredible process! For our past clients and vendors who participated – you are truly amazing and wonderful – Thank You!
What a gorgeous day it was! Beautiful settings in Carmel, just steps from the ocean. Entering the sanctuary, feeling the cool air of the building and looking at the astonishing art work was breath taking.
The bride chose one of the best instrumental combination you can imagine. It was regal and elegant. The basilica's fabulous acoustics elevated the festive atmosphere. Organ, trumpet, violin and female vocalist. This combination gave the perfect opportunity to provide a nice variety of music choices during the ceremony.
The organ, trumpet and violin is actually my personal favorite :-)
Thank you Danielle for letting us be part of your very special and
Looking forward to return to Carmel as soon as possible.