Posts tagged #Salt Lake City

Millcreek Inn Wedding


We played for a beautiful wedding and cocktail hour at Millcreek Inn in the snowy Millcreek Canyon on Saturday. The wedding ceremony was held on the flagstone patio under an elegant white tent. Large heaters made the entire space warm and cozy.

We played Traumeri by Schumann as the bridesmaids, groomsmen, and flower girl walked down the aisle. For the lovely bride, we played Lullaby by Holfeldt. And to celebrate their union, we played Bach's Brandenburg Concerto for the couple's recessional.

What a perfect way to begin the new year - with a new marriage! Congratulations, you winter love birds!

Salt Lake's Premier Wedding Show

We have been playing the Salt Lake's Premier Wedding Show since its inception. It's so fun for us to see all the new trends and ideas at the beginning of each new wedding season.

This year, the big trend in music is popular songs (like Clocks by Coldplay) played by a string quartet -- Hey that's us! Give us a call (or email or message us on Facebook) and we'll be happy to work with you to make sure your wedding is exactly how you've dreamed.







Natalie & Emilio

When we walked into the Scholarship room on the 4th floor of Rice-Eccles Stadium, we were stunned. The black and white decor was so classy with an accent of fresh, summery green. We played a selection of classical and romantic music while guests enjoyed a lovely meal and a spectacular view. The bride and groom visited with their friends and family as we serenaded them. Just a few minutes before we finished, the grandmother of the bride finally asked her to sit down and eat something. 




A DJ took over as we left so the wedding party could step out onto the dance floor. The sunset that night was breathtaking. With their expansive view to the west, I'm sure the fiery show did not go unnoticed by the happy couple.

Heidi & Andrew




I returned home with my hair smelling of campfire, which is a glorious thing. Is there anything better than the crisp evening air of the mountains? This wedding turned out to be one of our very favorite gigs. 

The bride and her two adorable flower girls walked down the aisle to Pachelbel's Canon in D. She wore a beautiful lace gown and greeted her handsome groom at the alter. They were married before an intimate group of family and friends, then they took their first steps as husband and wife as we played Bach's Brandenburg Concerto. 

After taking photos, the group sat down to a delicious dinner while we continued playing joyful music. I know it was delicious because the bride and groom invited us to join them for their celebratory meal. We took a short break to enjoy our vittles, then resumed with our repertoire. At this point, most of the guests were inside the Inn for the cutting of the cake, so we serenaded three little dancing girls with Sleeping Beauty Waltz, Three Little Maids From School, Somewhere Over The Rainbow, and Anne's Theme from Anne of Green Gables. We love our job!