Welcome back to another installment of Real Weddings Magazine’s Partner Profiles!
Today, we highlight Nina Vigil, one of the members of the talented Camelllia String Quartet. Take it away Nina!
Camellia String Quartet
Tell us a little about your company? We’ve been playing for weddings and events since 1980, starting with four women. Two have retired, so now we have two gentlemen with us.
When did you establish your business? We began as a fundraising group for the Camellia Symphony. Then we were asked to play for other events and eventually evolved to the group we have now.
What sets you apart from your competition? We give great service, are very accommodating and have a wide repertoire.
Where do you find inspiration? Watching people who do something well that they enjoy doing.
Do you have any hidden talents? We all play in other types of musical groups–mostly classical music or church.
Do you regularly blog? What’s your blog site? No. No blog at this time.
What’s your favorite local restaurant? Florez’s Bar & Grill.
What are you most grateful for in life? My faith and my family.
If you were to plan your own wedding, or re-do your wedding, what elements would be most important to you? To be married by a priest, live music and good food!
What advice would you can give to brides and grooms getting married today? Invest in pre-marraige counseling especially about finances and children.
Anything else you’d like to share with Real Weddings Magazine’s brides? Enjoy the day. Remember that whatever happens, the most important part of the day is that you are married.
Photo by Huy Phan Photography, courtesy of Camellia String Quartet.