10/25/14 Wedding at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church

I know, I know…I’ve let too much time slip by since I last reported on the Silver Strings’ wedding lineup.  October 26, 2014 was a busy day.  Not having yet figured out yet how to clone myself to take care of two weddings at once, I did the next best thing which was to send Craig Duncan to lead a trio for the wedding of Nikou and Mike.  They chose a very traditional program of music…something that is happening less and less for us.  Mother of the bride, Sya, wrote the kindest review for me which I excerpt here:

I was told about Silver Strings by a wedding planner. I went to their web-site and was immediately impressed by the quality of music and the range of pieces available for our daughters wedding. I signed the contract, indicated the times and they were there. The music was exquisite. The musicians were professionally dressed. They arrived at the requested time ready to play. Many of our guests commented on how lovely the music was. After spending a year putting a wedding together, and having to make sure that vendors were where they were supposed to be, it was a relief to have Silver Strings on board. I never felt the need to “double check”. They did exactly what they said they were going to do and it exceeded out expectations.

Lauren Hartman of Southern Soiree did her usual amazing job of making a wedding go smoothly.  Makes our job so easy and allows us to enjoy playing beautiful music without worrying about getting proper signals.

And lastly, congratulations to Nikou and Mike and their families!

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