Choosing your Wedding Music

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Prelude: Set the mood for the ceremony, while entertaining your guests. This is normally 15-20 minutes before the ceremony. You may choose specific songs but a general style or theme is often chosen: Traditional Classical, Celtic, Spanish, Renaissance or popular music.


Pre-processionals: Seating of the parents/bridal party. This is where specific choices come into play. Smaller wedding parties will normally use one song. If the procession is longer or with slower walkers, you may wish to choose one for the seating of parents, and another for the bridal party.


Bridal March: This is the one part of the ceremony where the bride will choose a specific song, even if the rest of the selections are left to a chosen style. It is also where a traditional piece is normally used, though each year this seems less and less the norm.


Meditation: Candle Lighting/Sand Pouring/Knot Tying/Wine Ceremonies; these are common to many modern ceremonies. They can harken back to ethnic traditions, and also provide a keepsake. The music here is generally mellow and often doesn't allow time for a full song. 


Recessional: Upbeat and joyous, a  traditional recessional or popular song work well here. 

Post-Recessional: A few upbeat tunes while guests mingle and leave the ceremony site.

These normally fit into a chosen style.


Cocktail Hour: Entertain your guests while they await your arrival. A mix of styles is generally appropriate here. The Duo or Trio is also well suited to liven things up with  Jazz and popular music.


Dinner Music: Solo guitar played softly adds a very elegant addition to dinner.  You can also use the PA for recorded music from your laptop/mp3 player.