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Every bride hopes for the perfect music to accompany her down the aisle as she steps into her new life. Whether your ceremony is religious, formal or informal, your music will bring atmosphere and poignancy to your vows and ceremony. In a well-planned ceremony, the music flows seamlessly through to the end in perfect harmony, and giving a deeper meaning to the event.

The secret to creating this magic is in understanding the timing. Each phase of the ceremony is its own segment with its own musical accompaniment. The music breaks the ceremony up into its individual parts, much like the chapters of a book. The ceremony should be split into six independent segments. The six segments are as follows:

Every bride hopes for the perfect music to accompany her down the aisle as she steps into her new life. Whether your ceremony is formal or informal, your music will bring atmosphere and poignancy to your vows and ceremony.

In a well-planned ceremony, the music flows seamlessly through to the end in perfect harmony. The secret to creating this magic is in understanding the timing. The music breaks the ceremony up into its individual parts, much like the chapters of a book.

The Ceremony Package

(Below is an example of a traditional wedding. Yours can be any way you like it!)

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The Prelude
HERE COMES THE SUN

Think of your ceremonies prelude set as “welcoming music.” By no means bland, this is harmonious music with a calm often uplifting air to it, designed to set a tone of relaxed composure and helps alleviate the stresses of traveling. The sound of wedding music also lets the guests know where the ceremony will be located. Starting the prelude set an hour before the ceremony will help to entertain the friends and family putting the final touches on the decorations.

Family Seating
WE ARE FAMILY

The seating of the VIPs traditionally starts the ceremony. Who are the VIPs? Usually it is the mothers of the bride and groom and the grandparents, but it can really be anyone you wish to honor in a special way. The music you chose for the prelude can certainly continue right through the seating of the VIPs, but it is a nice touch to select a special piece of music just for them. This piece should be different in nature than the prelude music, and perhaps played at a slightly higher volume. The difference will indicate to your guests that something special is happening – the ceremony is about to begin!

The Processional
BRING ‘EM OUT

Before you make your grand entrance and begin your walk down the aisle, your wedding party will go before you, heralding your arrival. Many couples are choosing to break with tradition and explore unique processional options, like having their bridesmaids and groomsmen walk down together, or having the groomsmen walk first and then the bridesmaids. Some creative couples even opt to choreograph a fun dance for the wedding party entrance. No matter what you choose as a wedding processional song, be sure to make it special for the ones who have supported you tirelessly on your journey.

Wedding March
ISN’T SHE LOVELY

The wedding march doesn’t have to be just for the bride. Walking down the aisle on your wedding day will be one of the most incredible experiences of your life. Maybe you’ll forgo tradition and walk down together, or put a fun twist on things and each make your own separate entrance. Regardless of how you do it, you’ll want to choose a song to walk down the aisle to that reflects the unique bond you and your partner share.

The Unity Ceremony
BETTER TOGETHER

The unity candle event takes place during the wedding ceremony after the bride and groom exchange their vows. Typically, the bride lights a single candle for herself and the groom lights a single candle for himself. Then, the bride and groom light their “unity candle” together with their single lit candles.

An alternative to the unity candle songs ceremony is the unity sand ceremony. The unity sand ceremony can be done after the vows are read, as the unity candle ceremony would be, or while the vows are read. The sand ceremony uses multiple sand colors to fill a glass container such as a vase. The bride and groom take turns filling a glass vase, or also known as the unity vase. The sand colors can be coordinated with the bridal couple’s wedding colors.

The Recessional
SIGNED, SEALED, DELIVERED (I’M YOURS)

The recessional song is played after you have said “I do”, after you have kissed… right after you have been officially pronounced husband and wife. You are about to walk back down the aisle hand in hand with your loved one and this is the point where you want to exit your ceremony in a celebratory manner! You want your wedding recessional music to be festive and make your wedding guests get excited and feel inspired to cheer for you! These are the first steps as a married couple and wedding recessional songs should set the stage for such a momentous change in your life!

The Prelude
HERE COMES THE SUN

Think of your ceremonies prelude set as “welcoming music.” By no means bland, this is harmonious music with a calm often uplifting air to it, designed to set a tone of relaxed composure and helps alleviate the stresses of traveling. The sound of wedding music also lets the guests know where the ceremony will be located. Starting the prelude set an hour before the ceremony will help to entertain the friends and family putting the final touches on the decorations.

Family Seating
WE ARE FAMILY

The seating of the VIPs traditionally starts the ceremony. Who are the VIPs? Usually it is the mothers of the bride and groom and the grandparents, but it can really be anyone you wish to honor in a special way. The music you chose for the prelude can certainly continue right through the seating of the VIPs, but it is a nice touch to select a special piece of music just for them. This piece should be different in nature than the prelude music, and perhaps played at a slightly higher volume. The difference will indicate to your guests that something special is happening – the ceremony is about to begin!

The Processional
BRING ‘EM OUT

Before you make your grand entrance and begin your walk down the aisle, your wedding party will go before you, heralding your arrival. Many couples are choosing to break with tradition and explore unique processional options, like having their bridesmaids and groomsmen walk down together, or having the groomsmen walk first and then the bridesmaids. Some creative couples even opt to choreograph a fun dance for the wedding party entrance. No matter what you choose as a wedding processional song, be sure to make it special for the ones who have supported you tirelessly on your journey.

Wedding March
ISN’T SHE LOVELY

The wedding march doesn’t have to be just for the bride. Walking down the aisle on your wedding day will be one of the most incredible experiences of your life. Maybe you’ll forgo tradition and walk down together, or put a fun twist on things and each make your own separate entrance. Regardless of how you do it, you’ll want to choose a song to walk down the aisle to that reflects the unique bond you and your partner share.

The Unity Ceremony
BETTER TOGETHER

The unity candle event takes place during the wedding ceremony after the bride and groom exchange their vows. Typically, the bride lights a single candle for herself and the groom lights a single candle for himself. Then, the bride and groom light their “unity candle” together with their single lit candles.

An alternative to the unity candle songs ceremony is the unity sand ceremony. The unity sand ceremony can be done after the vows are read, as the unity candle ceremony would be, or while the vows are read. The sand ceremony uses multiple sand colors to fill a glass container such as a vase. The bride and groom take turns filling a glass vase, or also known as the unity vase. The sand colors can be coordinated with the bridal couple’s wedding colors.

The Recessional
SIGNED, SEALED, DELIVERED (I’M YOURS)

The recessional song is played after you have said “I do”, after you have kissed… right after you have been officially pronounced husband and wife. You are about to walk back down the aisle hand in hand with your loved one and this is the point where you want to exit your ceremony in a celebratory manner! You want your wedding recessional music to be festive and make your wedding guests get excited and feel inspired to cheer for you! These are the first steps as a married couple and wedding recessional songs should set the stage for such a momentous change in your life!