"Jimmy Joe and Chrissie were absolutely fantastic during the planning of our wedding. They were highly professional and they also went the extra mile to add extremely personal touches to our ceremony. They were willing to learn three new songs, just for us, so that we could have "our song" during the ceremony and so I could have one of my favorite songs, the theme song from "Princess Bride" (which I'm sure was a highly unusual request). I received several compliments from my wedding guests on the guitar arrangements and how pretty they sounded during the ceremony. Thanks again to the Natolis for making our wedding day such a special event!"
~Rachel and Shane Bryan (August 2009 at Fountain Glen in Leander)
"The Natolis were the perfect ceremony musicians for our wedding. After calling several "well known" musician ensembles in town, all charged much higher prices and provided me poor customer service. Not the Natolis. Not only were they very communicative, but they accommodated a slew of special song requests. Other musicians wanted to charge me money per song to learn! Their casual elegance fit perfectly with our style for our big day. I highly recommend them if you want talented musicians who will bend over backwards to make you happy! "
~Sarah and Ryan Rodenberg (October 2010 at the Winfield Inn in Kyle)
"Chrissie and Jimmy Joe performed during our wedding ceremony in the fall of 2009. We selected a handful of songs that were special to us - selections by Johnny Cash, Neil Young, Tom Petty, The Beatles, etc. - ant they arranged them for guitar and mandolin. Chrissie and Jimmy Joe are great to work with and are truly talented musicians. Their performance really made our wedding special."
~Brandon and Tara Brockmyer (October 2009 at the Allan House, Austin, TX)
"I wanted to thank both of you SO much for the amazing job you did at our wedding! We had so many people comment on the great ceremony and cocktail hour music. I will definitely be referring you to anyone I know getting married. You exceeded my expectations! Thanks again!"
~Allison Brady (April 2012 at Angel Springs in Georgetown, TX)