Stéphanie wasn’t going to go down the aisle on her wedding day without a surprise for her groom. Being a professor of violin and piano, it was only natural that Stéphanie Hamelin Tamala would incorporate music into the wedding ceremony.
But no one expected her to serenade her husband Alexandre Côté with such a beautiful rendition of Frank Sinatra’s ‘Fly Me to the Moon’. The ceremony was held in St. Barnabas Anglican Church in Saint-Lambert, Quebec, and everyone there burst into applause the moment she finished.
Accompanied by a guitar, Stéphanie started the lyrics and then added her own accompaniment – she played violin for the instrumental first verse of the song after singing, “I love you.”
Stephanie’s gift to her husband received a standing ovation from guests, and an enthusiastic kiss from Alexandre! Watch her lovely performance in the video below.