Are you having an outdoor wedding, or a church wedding? ¬†Are you planning on hiring live musicians or a disc jockey for your wedding ceremony music?
Your music selections will set the tone for your wedding ceremony.¬† A steel drum player would¬†create a different ambiance than a harpist.¬† Consider your ceremony location (church, or outdoor wedding), as well as music restrictions (if any) at your ceremony location.
If your ceremony starts at 4:30 p.m., make sure your musicians or DJ are ready to starting promptly at 4:15 p.m., so when your first guests arrive, they may enjoy the ambiance. ¬†Don’t make the common mistake to have your music start at 4:30pm, so everyone waits in silence, or your musicians are warming up, or having a microphone check while your guests enter, it looks unprofessional.
If you are having an outdoor wedding, make sure you have a flat surface in shade next to a power supply for your live musicians or dj.
Just the Way You Are – The Piano Guys
Canon in D – Pachelbel
All I Want is You – Vitamin String Quartet
Always – Chuck Wicks
Wherever You Will Go – Charlene Soraia
A Thousand Years – Christina Perri
Bridal Chorus – Wagner
When I Fall in Love- ¬†Chris Botti
Marry Me Bach¬†–¬†VeeRonna Ragone
Air on the G String¬†–¬†Bach
The Wedding Song¬†–¬†O‚ÄôNeill Brothers
Largo, from Xerxes¬†–¬†Handel
Over the Rainbow¬†–¬†Instrumental Cello
River Flows in You – Yiruma
Over and Over Again – Nathan Sykes
One Call Away – Charlie Puth
At Last – Warren
Largo, from Xerxes – Handel
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