Our final wedding of August was at LeGare Waring House in Charleston, South Carolina. We had heard about the magnificence of this venue, but to be there is person was a fun experience!
Setting up for the wedding!
The bride's father made these doors!
Violin and harp wedding music is such a romantic touch to a wedding day. Thanks to Kim (harpist) for inviting us to play this wedding with her.
Thank you to the bride and groom for allowing us to be a part of your perfect day!
Choosing the music for your wedding day can make or break an event. Having an ensemble that doesn’t fit your vision of the day, the mood of the event and venue, or literally hits the wrong note can affect the mood of the whole wedding day.
This is what sets us apart from other musicians:
Professionalism. We take our events seriously. We are professional musicians, not hobbyists trying to make an extra buck here and there. Our musicians wear all black to keep the focus on the event and the wonderful music, keep their materials organized and out of the way, and go above and beyond to ensure that the event runs smoothly by working with all other teams involved at the event.
Customization. We realize that each event we play is unique, so we provide endless options to make our part in your big day exactly what you want it to be. Our clients are able to choose many different ensemble possibilities and can choose each song played (we’ll even learn new songs). We are also experienced at performing at many different types of venues, so we can adapt to pretty much any situation.
High expectations. From ending processionals at just the right time and double checking every detail so you have a cohesive sound throughout our teams, we have high expectations for ourselves which we hope exceed the high expectations of our clients.
Being part of your special day is an honor for us - one that we take very seriously. We would love to talk to you about what we can provide for your event. Contact Dean’s Duets to get started.
When we received a request to travel to the Outer Banks for a wedding, we couldn't pass up the opportunity!
We packed up the family and turned the trip into a vacation.
Elizabethan Gardens in Manteo is absolutely stunning!
Hannah and Jorge had the most lovely ceremony under this huge tree overlooking the ocean.
The violin cello harp trio was the perfect ensemble for this occasion. We loved that Hannah requested we learn "I See the Light" from Tangled. Here's a video clip.
After maneuvering through the gardens and wheeling the harp up and down stairs, we made it!
Loved working with Rev Jay Bowman
And Engaging Events OBX !
The reception was held at Pavilion Pirates Cove!
Thank you, Hannah & Jorge, for including us in this beautiful day in Manteo.
From traditional church weddings to exotic destination weddings, the idea of a perfect wedding venue looks different to everyone. There are numerous decisions to make while planning your wedding and the venue is a big one that ultimately sets the tone for your big day.
Here are some of our tips for selecting the perfect wedding venue:
While wedding planning can be overwhelming, don’t forget to embrace this time and enjoy the process. After all, your wedding day is a true celebration of love and if you are with the one you love, it will be perfect! We find that couples who relax and let their vendors do their jobs are the happiest – and their wedding days go the most smoothly too! At Deans’ Duets, we complete your wedding day with the perfect music. Contact us for more information.
Kylee and Michael were married at the always beautiful Westglow Resort and Spa on a beautiful, slightly chilly day in March.
We loved their unique favors for their wedding guests!
Congrats to the bride and groom! Can't wait until our next wedding playing music in the Blue Ridge mountains of North Carolina.
This aisle was so beautiful, and we played Canon in D for the entrance.
On New Years Eve, we were privileged to provide wedding ceremony music in Highlands, NC, as a violin guitar piano trio.
Oh how we love playing music for weddings at Old Edwards Inn! This venue never ceases to host epic wedding ceremonies and receptions.
The seating chart was so pretty!
Congratulations to Amiee and Guy!!! Thanks for allowing us to provide ceremony music for this incredible day!
The Charlotte City Club is on the 31st floor at 121 West Trade Street. A golden elevator takes you to the club level. It's a great view of the city from the top!
Jon and Kathleen's wedding in Charlotte was elegant and full of personal touches.
We Charlotte musicians played an arrangement of the Moldau for the bride's song, which the groom requested to be arranged just for the occasion. Here is a video of the arrangement played by a string quartet and pianist in Charlotte.......
Our Charlotte string quartet played Christmas music along with the piano during the prelude, and then the string quartet stayed and played music for the cocktail hour as well.
Thanks to Jon and Kathleen for inviting us to be a part of this very special day!
The Crossing at Hollar Mill is a great venue for hosting the wedding ceremony and the reception at the same place. We love playing there.
String quartet wedding music is always so energizing, and this wedding was no exception.
Congrats to the bride and groom! Thank you for inviting us to play wedding music in Hickory in such an incredible setting.
Melissa and Brad were married on this lovely and slightly chilly day in October. Our Greenville string trio played popular music for their prelude and ceremony music.
It was our first time playing at Viewpoint on Buckhorn Creek. Such a beautiful venue. We are expanding our wedding music in Greenville, SC a bit, with more musicians in that area. Hope to be back soon!
How cute is this sign!
Loved all these thoughtful ideas. Melissa chose her wedding songs carefully and worked closely with us to design a program that matched her vision.
April is a violinist and music coordinator for Dean's Duets.