Your unique love story, expressed in music
Live, Romantic Wedding Music
If you’re looking for the best live wedding music, including LGBTQ weddings, for wedding ceremonies, cocktail hours, receptions, dinners, brunches and more in Phoenix and surrounding areas, we would be honored to be considered. Our flute & guitar duo can add the personal touch you’re looking for.
Romantic Wedding Music
As your wedding begins, guests hear the lush sounds of our flute and guitar duo as they take their seats.
Many of our clients choose Classical music for an elegant start to their wedding. Others choose to have us perform a mix of modern, romantic songs.
As you walk down the aisle to a beautiful arrangement of “A Thousand Years” or the classic “Canon in D,” this unforgettable moment with resonate with the passionate playing of live musicians. As you reach the altar, the music fades.
You may want to hear music during another part of your ceremony. Envision us playing “Ave Maria” softly during a ceremony.
As the ceremony ends and you are announced, we start playing a lively, celebratory “Married Life” from Up or “All You Need is Love.”
Start the celebration off right with jazz or contemporary background music to entertain guests at your cocktail hour. We will set the groove and help guests seamlessly transition from ceremony to reception, before the party really gets started. Prevent awkward silences during the transition and give guests a common topic of conversation to help break the ice: the live music!
We suggest you choose romantic music; something that will touch the hearts of your guests and give them a romantic vibe. This kind of music will prepare them for your arrival after your photos are taken. Modern wedding cocktail hour music is usually soft, old-school lounge style, with a sprinkle of pop hits.
Dinner music for a wedding is more of a background than a center of attention. Still, it sets the atmosphere for the whole event – so don’t ignore it! As with any other aspects of a wedding, it’s normally a mix of ‘something old, something new’. Our music is always at a level that allows your guest to converse easily.
Amplification or No Amplification
One of the advantages of the flute and guitar is that we can play with or without amplification. In large areas with large audiences, we can use one of our two amplification systems. In more intimate spaces, or at venues that do not allow amplification, our sound can still carry well enough that you and your guests can hear the music. But the sound won’t disturb others!