Weddings

“The clarsach reaches the spaces other harps cannot reach!”
Being small and versatile it will easily fit into venues considered too small for the pedal harp, allowing you to enjoy beautiful music without compromising your wedding space. It’s tones can provide a tranquil background as your guests arrive, an interlude during the ceremony and a lively accompaniment to some post ceremony drinks – all in the same perfectly formed package!

Elinor understands that every wedding is special and each couple will have a different view on how to achieve a unique event. She will always be happy to chat to you about your particular requests or answer any questions you may have. She will make every effort to accommodate any special musical requests, adapting them for the Scottish harp as required!

For the wedding ceremony, Elinor can play for:

  • your guests arrival
  • the bride’s entrance and aisle walk
  • the signing of the register
  • the guest exit
  • post-ceremony drinks
  • background music throughout the meal.

Please contact to discuss your particular requirements.

And, Elinor is happy to play for Christenings!

 

“Thanks so much for playing at our wedding – what you did was absolutely perfect!” Sarah Scott, January 2017.

“Thank you for the beautiful music……it really made the ceremony extra special and everyone commented on how professional you were.” Emma McCrory, January 2016

“Elinor played for our wedding at the small chapel in Edinburgh Castle, and took great trouble to ensure it was just what we wanted. She was enthusiastic, flexible and kept a great secret when my husband requested a special piece during the signing of the register. The clarsach makes a beautiful sound in the chapel and it rounded a perfect wedding ceremony.” Carole Johnson, December 2015

“Thank you so much for playing so beautifully at Danielle and Paul’s wedding!” Pauline Pearson, July 2016

“Your lovely playing added greatly to a very enjoyable day” Sheila Boyes, June 2014.

“Your presence added greatly to the day” Guy Mitchinson, July 2014.