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From: Nicolet
Response: Jennifer ~ Although your wedding has taken place, I wanted to address the issue of 'live' music vs using a CD in church or at your reception. Live music is reflect of good taste/class whereas it is obvious to everyone you tried to cut corners using anything less. It is not advisable to have a CD that just 'plays' when there are stops/starts in a ceremony. Does the person playing the CD know when to do that? Only an experienced professional can anticipate these things. Re: Reception. Again, for what it would cost you for a lovely floral centerpiece, you could afford to hire a solo musician. People DO remember the music!
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