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As experienced 25+ year wedding DJ veterans, we completely agree with the folks over at ourweddingday.com when it comes to the ceremony.
If you’re like most brides, you want your wedding to be unforgettable, from your entrance up until the party favors are distributed to guests as they leave. When you think of wedding songs, the first thing that pops in your head is most likely reception music, but keep in mind that the music you choose for the ceremony is just as important. The following ideas for the entire ceremony including wedding processional songs will help kick off your wedding on the right note.
The Prelude is the musical selection that is played just as the guests arrive to the ceremony up until the moment before the wedding party makes their way down the aisle. You are welcome to choose a classical playlist pulled from Beethoven or Handel’s vast list of songs, or you have the freedom to go more modern. If you’re planning a traditional wedding, then you should remain close to that theme. If your wedding has an indie theme you could combine the two by hiring a string quartet to play modern favorites by Fiona Apple or Coldplay.
The wedding processional songs will begin as the wedding party begins to make their way down the aisle up until right before the bride enters. A classic choice for this portion of the ceremony would be Pachelbel’s “Canon in D,” and a more modern choice would be The Verve’s “Bittersweet Symphony.”
The Bridal March
It’s your big moment! The song that plays as you walk down the aisle should be chosen by you and reflect your taste. Traditional choices include “Here Comes The Bride” or “Trumpet Voluntary.” Modernize your entrance with your favorite Beatles song, such as “Something.”
This usually takes place during the lighting of the unity candle. The interlude is the perfect opportunity to spice things up a bit and have a friend or family member sing a song of your choosing. This adds personality to your ceremony and gives your guests a moment to take a breath and grab another tissue. Traditionalists would choose a song like “Ave Maria.”
This is the final act of your ceremony and the portion you can really have fun with. The song you choose should exude a celebratory vibe and leave your guests excited for the reception. Mendelssohn’s “Wedding March” is a classic amongst church wedding songs. A popular pick for the non-traditionalist is “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” by Isreal Kamakawiow’ole.
If you would like to have us at your upcoming wedding and/or reception, please checkout our website at www.soundsensationsent.com, or request further information and we can check our availability and put together some pricing for you.
If you are planning another type of event, check out our event & party division, Happy Feet Entertainment. Our party & event division does everything from school events, corporate events, to Mitzvah’s, Movie Nights, graduations, Reunions, up-lighting, can be found at www.happyfeetdjs.com or check their availability for a quote, and request further information.
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