Your Perfect Wedding

 

Professional. Dedicated. 25-Years Experience.

An award-winning professional flutist for your wedding ceremony.

Serving Northeast Ohio and Western Pennsylvania.

 

Available as a soloist, or any combo you are looking for.

I am very happy to play with your church organist.

I also have a sound system available.

"Even better than we could have imagined!"

"Her expertise and insight were invaluable. She worked with us to create the sound we were looking for."

Traditional Wedding

A Traditional Wedding typically uses Classical music for the ceremony. Classical music is perfect for a more formal ceremony. Examples are Pachebel's Canon in D, Schubert's Ave Maria, or Mendelssohn's Wedding March. Many churches require Sacred music during the ceremony, so make sure to check!

Traditional Wedding

A Traditional Wedding typically uses Classical music for the ceremony. Classical music is perfect for a more formal ceremony. Examples are Pachebel's Canon in D, Schubert's Ave Maria, or Mendelssohn's Wedding March. Many churches require Sacred music during the ceremony, so make sure to check!

Modern Wedding

A Modern Wedding typically reflects the personality of the Bride and Groom. Often times, favorite or meaningful songs are used. Any style of music works if it's special to the couple. Themed weddings can also have coordinating music. 

Wedding Ceremony Music

Prelude

Prelude music begins at least thirty minutes before the ceremony and is usually the time when guests are coming in and being seated. Since the Prelude sets the tone for the rest of the ceremony, you should choose music that flows well with the other songs you will be choosing.

 

Processional

The entrance of the wedding party officially marks the beginning of the ceremony. It should have a slow, romantic feel. But, it could also reflect the excitement that your guests may be feeling about the upcoming entrance of the bride.

 

Bridal Processional

The Bridal Processional music takes a definite step up in volume and drama as the Bride makes her appearance and proceeds up the aisle. This change of music also serves as a cue to your guests that it is time to stand.

 

Interludes

Musical interludes are a great way to add symbolic meaning or dramatize important moments (unity candle, sand, communion, sign of peace). They can also help set the pace for the ceremony. Rather than a rushed ceremony where you move quickly from activity to activity, strategically placed interlude songs can improve the flow by slowing things down a bit, and giving everyone a chance to relax, reflect on, and enjoy the proceedings.

 

Recessional

This is a time for celebration! The officiate has pronounced you husband and wife. What better reason to celebrate! Regal and celebratory music reflects your joy, because this will be a truly memorable moment for both of you.

 

Postludes

As guests usher out, Postlude music places the finishing touch on your beautiful ceremony. Postlude music can also be played during a Receiving line or during photographs.

Wedding Ceremony Music Planner

Email completed form to lvolenik@yahoo.com

Solo

I can play unaccompanied or with a sound system and tracks. This is the least expensive option. I am also happy to play with your church's organist. I have extensive experience playing full Catholic masses as well.

Ensemble

 

Some Brides do not want the more informal look of sound equipment and prefer to hire an ensemble. I am able to book any combination of instruments you are looking for. Great choices with the flute are piano, harp, violin, cello, or guitar. 

LAURA VOLENIK

 

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