Your Wedding March Music
From the moment your guests step into your wedding ceremony site they should be met with the glorious sound of music. Your choice of wedding ceremony and processional music will set the ambience for your special day, so it's important to choose music that will compliment your ceremony site whether the theme be:
Religious - Bach's 'Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring' or 'If Thou But Suffer God to Guide Thee', or Pachelbel's 'Oh, Blest the House, Whate'er Befall'
Celtic - for example an Irish bride might choose 'The Irish Wedding Song', 'When Irish Eyes Are Smiling' or 'My Favorite Irish Rose' or 'Greensleeves'
Classical - Beethoven's 'Fifth Symphony', Pachebel's 'Canon in D' by Pachelbel or Mozart's 'A Little Night Music' or Tchaikovsky's 'Bridal Chorus'
Whimsical - Handel's 'Clair de Lune' or 'Water Music' and a Medelssohn favorite 'Wedding March' from A Midsummer Night's Dream
Modern - can be tasteful at weddings in the form of 'Only Time' by Enya, Led Zeppelin's 'Thank You', Mary Chapin Carpenter's 'Grow Old With Me' or Rufus Wainwright's 'Hallelujah'
Many brides dream of floating down the aisle accompanied by the sounds of live instrumental music or even by angelic live vocals. There is nothing like a live string quartet, bagpipe player, harpist or organist to add a note of elegance to your ceremony. However, recorded wedding music on tape or CD has become an effective way to budget and the most effective way to capture the brilliance of Mozart in perfect glory.