Friday, April 10, 2009

{ Ceremony Music }

Choosing your ceremony music is such a vital part to the flow and feel of your wedding. A Quartet, harpist, solo guitarist or vocalist are such beautiful options. Most brides don't know where to start with the song choices so here are a few options to choose from for your prelude, processional & recessional.

Prelude: Choices for the seating of your parents & grandparents, just prior to the wedding party.

Trumpet Tune--Purcell
Bridal Chorus--Wagner
Trumpet Voluntary--Purcell
Canon in D--Pachelbel
Jesu Joy of Man´s Desiring--Bach
Recessional: Choose from these beautiful options after the officiant announces you the new "Mr. & Mrs.!"
Wedding March--Mendelssohn
Finale from the Water Music--Handel
La Rejouissance (Fireworks)--Handel
Rondo--Mouret (Masterpiece Theatre)
Spring (4 Seasons)--Vivaldi
Autumn (4 Seasons)--Vivaldi
Continue the flow of your ceremony into your cocktail hour. Hire your musical choice to play at the beginning or your reception or cocktail hour. It's a gorgeous option to keep your guests entertained while you get the last of those formal bridal shots!

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