Possible Selections ... Wedding March, Ave Maria, Canon in D, Trumpet Voluntary, Lagrima, Prelude From Bach's Cello Suite No.1, Scarborough Fair, What A Wonderful World, Greensleeves, Bach's Arioso, You Raise Me Up
The wedding ceremony begins with the Preludeas
guests are arriving and being seated. The music should give a
cheerful yet subdued atmosphere setting the stage for the solemnity of
the event. The wedding party's Processional marks the official
beginning of the wedding ceremony. It should have a slow but flowing
feel, ushering in the wedding party (Parents, Bridesmaids, Groomsmen). After
their entrance, music typically pauses to create the right moment and
to set the stage for the entrance of the bride. During the ceremony
there may be an Interlude moment such as lighting of the unity candle.The Recessional music is joyous and festive as the bride and groom walk back down the aisle. Cocktail Hour begins as the the bride and groom are having photos taken. Guests may stay at the
ceremony location or move to a nearby venue for drinks and
conversation.. The music now becomes informal as Chris performs standards and pop favorites.
will work closely with you to best determine the perfect tone and
approach for your music. Together we will select the right mix of songs that suits your style as well as the moment.