Perfect Music for Weddings

Posts Tagged “Here Comes The Bride”

Non-Traditional Wedding Music for Unique Ceremonies: Wedding Music That Will Make Your Ceremony “Pop”

When one thinks of wedding music, “Here Comes the Bride”, Pachebel’s “Canon in D,” Handel’s “Air” and Mozart’s “Wedding March” inevitably come to mind. These are all classic and wonderful choices for a wedding ceremony. However, some brides-to-be may feel they are too traditional for their wedding. In previous posts, we discussed choosing the right (and wrong) wedding music. However, there is one area we haven’t discussed before: Non-Traditional Wedding Music. When browsing wedding-related blogs, Style Me Pretty, a blog about wedding planning, posted a question posed by a bride-to-be which I found inspiring. The bride ...  

Catholic Wedding Music

While our bands play at many diverse styles of weddings — from the traditional to the eclectic — we have decided to place the spotlight on some specific styles of weddings in our blog. In this post, we will share with you the traditional music featured in a Catholic wedding ceremony. Modern Catholic weddings, which are often held in churches, begin with 20 to 30 minutes of prelude music. Traditionally, this music was played by an organist or a pianist. However, modern brides often choose a string quartet, a harpist, a classical guitarist or even a ...  
“I requested a Solo Classical Violinist for my wedding. Our musician was ontime and the music was just what I dreamt of. He was terrific. We have six children (three boys and three girls) and after the recessional, he spontaneously played the theme from the Brady Bunch. Everyone clapped, laughed and talked about it. It was classic!”

—Dan & Kris, married September 27, 2008, Calamigos Ranch, CA

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