St. Augustine Wedding


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I played a lovely, beach-house wedding and cocktail hour this weekend as a harp/cello duo! AND I got to partner with an excellent musician through String Theory Music 🙂

Our requested music covered pretty much all genres! Check out this song list:

  • Guest Seating – Chapel of Love (Dixie cups)
  • Bridal Party & Groom – Rainbow Connection (from The Muppets)
  • Bride’s Entrance – Love Me Tender (Elvis)
  • Recessional – Higher Love (Whitney Houston)
  • Cocktail Hour – Dreams (Stevie Nicks), 2 Become 1 (Spice Girls), PIMP (50 Cent), Levitating (Dua Lipa), Havana (Camila Cabello), Do You Realize (Flaming Lips), God Only Knows (Beach Boys)


Lightner Museum – St. Augustine, FL


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Another gorgeous wedding in downtown St. Auggie. Here I am at the lovely Lightner Courtyard 🙂

For this wedding I played both the ceremony, and a few hours during dinner in the Alcazar Cafe (Fun fact: the cafe used to be an indoor pool in the 1890’s)

Here’s what I played:

  • Guest Seating ~ Mix of Classics and Modern
  • Groom’s Entrance ~ Bohemian Rhapsody (special request by the groom)
  • Bridal Party ~ Butterfly Waltz
  • Bride ~ Canon in D
  • Recessional ~ Ode to Joy

The Cloister – Sea Island, GA



This wedding dinner was so pretty, that people passing by kept stopping to take pictures! I always look forward to playing at The Cloister, and this was a lovely setting tucked away by Turtle Pond. Congratulations to this couple, who though they had to rearrange their original plans due to COVID, ended up with a perfect wedding celebration with people they love.

Over the 2 hour dinner, I played a little of everything 🙂 Classic love songs like Can’t Help Falling In Love (Elvis), Fly Me To The Moon, and What A Wonderful World….and some newer titles Perfect (Ed Sheeran), You Are The Reason (Calum Scott), and A Thousand Years (Christina Perri).

The Cloister Garden/Turtle Pond

Entertainment Booking provided by Music By Pegge

The White Room – St. Augustine


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What an absolutely PERFECT day for a rooftop wedding at The White Room! I play at this venue often, and the view never gets old…. check out those blue skies!!

With a Pi Day wedding date (3.14), this couple wanted their music theme to be “nerd chic” 🙂 Great song choices:

~ Guest Seating – All My Loving (Beatles), I Won’t Give Up (Jason Mraz), A Thousand Years (Chrstina Perri)

~ Honored Guests & Bridal Party – With A Little Help From My Friends (Beatles)

~ Bride’s Entrance – Song of Fire & Ice (Game of Thrones Theme)

~ Recessional – Marry You (Bruno Mars) and Bohemian Rhapsody (Queen)

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The White Room – St. Augustine, FL


Treasury on the Plaza – St. Augustine, FL


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Treasury on the Plaza – St. Augustine, FL

It’s always a delight to play at the Treasury in downtown St. Augustine! Built and used as a bank in 1926, this building is our city’s first and only skyscraper. I play here often, and its always gorgeous!!

The bride and groom chose these songs for the big day:

~ Guest Seating – A Whole New World, A Thousand Years, Come What May (from Moulin Rouge), and Beauty and the Beast

~ Honored Guests & Bridal Party – The Prayer

~ Bride’s Entrance – Angel of Music (from Phantom of the Opera)

~ Communion – Eidelweiss  (Sound of Music)

~ Recessional – Here Comes The Sun (Beatles)


Event Planning by Uncorked Occasions


Treaty Oak Park – JAX


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This live oak tree is downtown Jax is estimated to be 250 years old. What a great place for wedding vows, which are meant to last forever ♥

Congratulations Bob & Elly, and I loved their song choices!

~ Guest Seating – Baby I Love Your Way, Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You (Frankie Valli), Just The Way You Are (Billy Joel)

~ Groom’s Entrance – The Rose

~ Bride’s Entrance – Endless Love

~ Recessional – From This Moment On

~ Guest Exit – All My Life (K-C & JoJo), Faithfully (Journey)

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Riverfront Lawn – Jekyll Island, GA


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Jekyll Island, GA

This was the sweetest little wedding ceremony! Just the most special guests, as you can see by the number of chairs, with a romantic and shady spot under the oaks. The bride arrived with her children on a horse and carriage, in true Jekyll Island style ♥

I loved the songs the couple chose for their special day ~

Groom – I Get To Love You (Ruelle)

Horse & Carriage – Hallelujah

Bride – Canon In D

Recessional – So Happy Together

Washington Oaks Gardens -Palm Coast, FL


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Washington Oaks Gardens

I really do love Washington Oaks! Its so green and peaceful ♥ There may have been some raindrops (and maybe thunder and lightning) to delay the start time for this wedding, but this was such a sweet ceremony  under the big oak tree!

Here’s what I played ~

Pre-Ceremony Music – All Of Me (John Legend), Just The Way You Are (Bruno Mars), I Will Always Love You (Whitney Houston), Wonderful Tonight (Eric Clapton)

Bride & her daughters – Bridal March

Recessional – Better Together (Jack Johnson)


Castillo de San Marcos – St. Augustine, FL


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Beautiful wedding on the lawn at the Castillo! What a fabulous setting for vows, and so great to be able to play music at one of St. Augustine’s most notable landmarks.

The bride & groom had such sweet music requests for their special ceremony with family and closest of friends:

~ Guest Seating – Somewhere Over The Rainbow & What A Wonderful World

~ Bridal Party Entrance – All You Need Is Love (Beatles)

~ Bride – I Can’t Help Falling In Love With You (Elvis Presley)

~ Sand Ceremony – Because (Beatles)

~ Recessional – Three Little Birds (Bob Marley)

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St. Augustine Harpist – Castillo de San Marcos

1st United Methodist – St. Augustine, FL


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To start off the Christmas music season, I was invited to play for a very sweet and special event at First United Methodist in downtown St. Augustine. The church’s children’s ministry had put together an Advent Prayer Walk through the sanctuary, with decorated stations to represent each part of the Christmas story.

The church has a beautiful sanctuary (and great acoustics!), so it was a delight to spend a few hours playing all the traditional carols. Happy December!

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