Chatsworth House in Derbyshire has always held a special place in my heart – not only is it one of the grandest stately homes that England has to offer, but the history of the family who live there is fascinating. It also happens to be down the road from where my grandmother grew up!
There’s nothing quite like driving through the Estate and seeing the golden decoration glimmering in the sunshine. You somehow just get the feeling you’ve been given a ticket to something very special.
Music is such an important part of your wedding, it's a chance to put your personal stamp on your day. Whether it's a piece your parents had at their wedding, or the first song you heard as a couple of perhaps something that means a lot to you, it's up to you!
I've performed at over 100 weddings with plenty of very personal music choices and I've narrowed it down to my top 10 (in no particular order!) songs for your wedding ceremony.
I'm incredibly aware that I am writing this during a global pandemic AND during a national lockdown when we're essentially forced to stare at the same four walls all day. So how on earth do you keep date night going during these tough times? I've put together a few ideas below...
Although I have lived in Rutland for almost 20 years, it took me a good 17 to get inside Normanton Church, and I have never looked back. Able to hold up to 3 weddings a day, it's no surprise this iconic venue is so popular. Let me give you my reasons why I love Normanton Church Weddings.
The next offering in my series of harp recordings is the beautiful Everglow by Coldplay. I am often asked to play this for the entrance of the bride or couple and it really does set the scene beautifully.
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