If you’re planning a wedding and want to make it a special day, look no further than Tatler’s July wedding guide. In this supplement, you’ll find inspiration on venues, upcoming trends, and who’s who in high society. The guide’s editor, Astrid Joss, also offers advice for those planning a wedding for little girls. From choosing a wedding dress to choosing the perfect harp player, this guide has it all.
High society weddings
Singapore’s Tatler Magazine is the quintessential guide for high society brides. Its 30 year history and relationship with high net worth families gives it exclusive access to society weddings. High society weddings are featured in Tatler, along with the most fashionable dress designers and wedding venues in the country. It is the ultimate high society wedding guide, featuring a wealth of tips and advice for planning the perfect wedding.
In July’s issue of Tatler, we take a look at high society weddings and the attendant fashions. We learn about the latest trends in wedding styling and venues, as well as who’s who in high society. One of our favourite wedding stories features a tale of an aristocrat and her little bridesmaids, who all signed non-disclosure agreements and were given a detailed list of details about the big day.
In July’s issue of the Tatler magazine, the wedding section features a wedding guide featuring inspiration for upcoming trends, venues, and the ‘who’s who’ of high society. Editor Astrid Joss, responsible for overseeing the supplement, recently spoke to Tatler about the importance of incorporating little bridesmaids into the wedding day. Here are some of her top suggestions:
Meredith McCrindle plays the harp professionally
Born on October 12, 1985, Meredith McCrindle is an American-Scottish harpist, composer, performer, and event producer. She is classically trained and performs across genres. In addition to playing engagements across the UK, McCrindle is also the lead producer of the Tamfest festival in Ayr, Scotland. She was raised in Sugar Land, Texas, and currently lives in Ayr.
A native of Ayr, Scotland, McCrindle has studied the harp with Kimberly Snauffer DeRosa, Threse Honey, Ray Pool, and Catrin Finch. She also studied under Rachel Van Voorheess at Loyola University and Rachel Ellins Iozzia at Colorado State University. As a student, McCrindle played in the CSU Symphony Orchestra and the Loveland Community Orchestra.
She holds a BA in harp performance and a Master’s degree in music industry studies from Loyola University, where she studied with John Snyder. She also has an MLIT in Management in the Create Industries from the University of St. Andrews. She also studies with Ian Hood and has taught harp at the Wellington School in Ayr since 2010.
Scotland’s top harpist, McCrindle has been playing professionally for more than 20 years. Her clients include royalty, heads of state, and celebrities. She is also a harpist of choice at many prominent events and festivals in Scotland. She holds an official harp position at Dumfries House and has appeared in several publications, including Vogue. In June 2017, McCrindle also received a glowing review in Tatler Magazine’s wedding guide.