Expert advice about music (ceremony)

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Q. We'd love some live music at our drinks reception, but don't want anything too intrusive as guests will want to chat and catch up. What would you suggest?

A. Margaret Watson says: Once the formal part of the day is over, the world is your oyster as far as music goes! The ultimate romantic instrument, the harp provides beautiful light background music, perfect for the drinks reception. It's not too loud and not too soft – ideal 'music wallpaper!' Surprisingly portable, it can be played outside if the weather is fine and is always a conversation piece. I have a vast repertoire to suit all ages, from classical to chart hits, so your guests can be entertained while they enjoy their bubbly, canapes and conversation.

Margaret Watson,Harp Music by Margaret
www.harpmusic.co.uk