A Stop at the Seaport

This past June I was invited to return to the Seaport Hotel to play for Kathryn and Aaron’s wedding ceremony and cocktail hour. I could tell from the moment the guests started to arrive that it was going to be a lively and fun group of people.

For the bridal party and bridal processional I played Pachelbel’s Canon in D, and I serenaded the couple with La Vie En Rose as they walked back down the aisle. I moved to another ballroom for cocktail hour where I played selections such as Funny Valentine and All I Ask of You.

Kathryn had this to write afterwards, “I’m so happy I chose Lauren to play during my ceremony/cocktail hour at my June 2012 wedding at the Seaport Hotel in Boston. Lauren was very professional and easy to work with – she always responded to my questions right away, and gave me several wonderful piece suggestions for both the ceremony and cocktail hour. I would recommend Lauren to any bride who is looking to add a touch of elegance to their special day!”

I was also pleasantly surprised to receive a handwritten thank you note from Kathryn’s mother Maureen, “Thank you for making Kate and Aaron’s wedding even more special. Your music during the ceremony was perfectly lovely. And during the cocktail hour it was so beautiful to enjoy your playing while our guests began celebrating.”

Take a look at a few of my pictures:

The aisle, freshly rose-petaled


Stationed in my corner halfway down the aisle


The bold flower arrangement


View of the Boston Waterfront through the panoramic windows


All ready to begin!

Leave a Reply