Pricing varies according to the length of performance time and travel distance. Please contact me for an individual quote. Ceremonies usually start between $300 and $375, and adding the cocktail hour adds $100 to $150 per hour. Additional reception hours are usually $50-$100 per hour.
How to Book and What Happens Next:
If you've decided to move forward with booking, I'll send you a form to fill out, and from there write up a contract containing event information (time, date, place) and any other relevant information about your event. I also ask for a 50% deposit to lock in the date. Then whenever you're ready we can go over music options and put together a set list for your event.
Other Commonly Asked Questions:
Is the harp loud enough to be heard at outdoor weddings or crowded cocktail hours?
Yes! If needed, I use a sound system, or a battery-powered amplifier for venues without electricity.
How do I go about choosing my music?
You can book a consultation (either before or after booking–and either way it’s free) to hear various selections, discuss particulars, and see what is the right fit for your wedding. Or, you can browse my song list. I can also provide recommendations as to what works well for weddings, and I will work with you to choose music that will create just the right ambience for your special day.
My wedding is going to take place outside. Can I still have harp music for my ceremony?
Yes! I have played for weddings on beaches, gardens, farms, and hay fields. The only tricky part is rain or mist which can damage the harp. This is easily solved by a tent or a back-up location.
My friend wants to sing a song at my wedding ceremony. Is it possible to have harp music as an accompaniment?
Yes, in most cases. The person would need to meet with me beforehand for a rehearsal and to discuss performance details.
“Thanks so much for meeting with us...We are so excited that you'll be a part of our wedding day. For the past few weeks I was nervous about the music (specifically the ceremony music) but now all of that apprehension is gone!”
— Karyn & Craig, 2010