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April 27, 2017


As your guests enter your ceremony you want to set a mood and ambiance for your ceremony as a first impression, just like your wedding invitation.  Music sets the tone of your ceremony.

Prelude music prior to your processional songs should start at least 15 minutes prior to your ceremony start time for guests who arrive on time.

Are you having live musicians play, or are you having a disc jockey?  Make sure you have a microphone for your officiant, and if you are at an outside location, would make sure you have umbrellas or a canopy to shield the Arizona sun,  or heaters for warmth for your guests and musicians/disc jockey.


Bridal Chorus by Wagner

Canon in D by Pachelbel

Claire de Lune by Claude Debussy

Arioso by J.S. Bach

Trumpet Voluntary by J. Clarke

Largo, from Xerxes by Handel

Air on the G String by J.S. Bach

Trumpet Tune by Purcell

The Wedding Song (There is Love) by Peter, Paul & Mary

Ave Maria by Schubert

Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring by Bach

Panis Angelicus by Andrea Bocelli

Marry Me by Train

Wherever You Will Go by Charlene Soraia

A Thousand Years by Christina Perri
River Flows in You by Yiruma

Over and Over Again by Nathan Sykes

One Call Away by Charlie Puth

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