"Rose Petals" from the "White Lace" CD is the current piano sheet music top seller. It is a beautiful piece that can be performed as a processional for the bridal party and/or bride. If you are having a live pianist perform at your ceremony, "Rose Petals" is an excellent choice. It sounds fantastic and can be easily learned.Read More
Honor your Mothers with some special music while they are being seated at your wedding ceremony. "A Mother's Love" was composed just for those moments. Two versions were recorded, one for string quartet and the other for solo piano.Read More
There are many Bridal Shows that take place in the months of January and February in preparation for spring and summer weddings. Bridal shows can be overwhelming. You can search "Tips For Attending Bridal Shows" where there are many websites that offer suggestions.Read More
Don’t get me wrong, beautiful songs can add that special touch to your wedding ceremony. You’ll want your guests to be able to listen to the lyrics so they know how you truly feel. The best time for a song is right before the processional begins and at some point during the wedding ceremony.
Why instrumental music is better for the Processional and Recessional.
1. Length - Instrumental music is flexible. How long the music plays depends on how long it takes for the bride to walk down the aisle. For recorded music, a simple fade out can beRead More
Having a holiday wedding can be fun for you and your guests.
Popular holidays for weddings are Valentine’s Day, Halloween, Fourth of July and St. Patrick’s Day. Memorial Day and Labor Day and are popular because of the long weekends, which give guests and extra day to travel.
Weddings during the month of December can always incorporate the Christmas theme.Read More
What could be more beautiful than an autumn wedding? Whether your ceremony and/or reception are indoors or outdoors, changing leaves can create a magnificent backdrop for your photos.
Consider walking down the aisle to “Rose Petals” from the “A Wedding By The Lake” CD collection, featuring string quartet,Read More
I’d like to thank all the people around the world who have purchased my music.
Here is an email that I received from a happy customer from Ohio.
I love the music!
I played "Jubilation" for a wedding about two weeks ago. I played it for the recessional and it worked perfectly. The bride noticed it and told me she loved it. The bride and groom "wanted something different" but still classy and something that would fit in with their other traditional choices. Your piece fit in perfectly.Read More
You have heard this piece many times! The "Wedding March" is one of the most frequently played wedding ceremony recessionals. It is frequently teamed with Richard Wagner's "Here Comes The Bride."
Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847) wrote this piece in 1843 as part of his suite of incidental music for a production of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Wedding themes based on holidays can be really fun. One 4th of July, I played piano for the wedding ceremony and DJ’d the reception afterwards. There were about 250 guests, who were ready to party at a resort on beautiful Lake George in northern New York State.Read More