Choosing your Ceremony music

Choosing your Ceremony music

Choosing the Ceremony music for your Wedding can be tricky. Attitudes about music, and Weddings in general, have changed. As a result, brides and grooms of today have many more choices than their predecessors. To help you along in your quest for the perfect soundtrack to accompany your day, we’ve provided a few traditional (and not so traditional) selections for your consideration. These are just short clips and they represent just a small percentage of the Ceremony music that we have available.

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Processional Music

Non-Traditional

Bridal Chorus

(from Lohengrin – Wagner)

Canon In D

(Pachelbel)

Dodi Li

(Traditional Jewish)

Processional

(Royal Fireworks – Handel)

Trumpet Voluntary

Clarke

Processional Music

Non-Traditional

Chapel Of Love

(The Dixie Cups)

Joy

(George Winston)

Over The Rainbow

(Israel Kamakawiwoole)

The Wedding Song

(Paul Stookey)

Watermark

(Enya)

Recessional Music

Arrival Of The Queen Of Sheba

(from Solomon – Handel)

At Last

(Etta James)

Bridal March

(Mendelssohn)

Celebration

(Kool & The Gang)

Chos’n Kale Mazel Tov

(Traditional Jewish)

Happy Together

(The Turtles)

Gavotte 4th Lute Suite

(Bach)

Throne Room/End Title

(from Star Wars – John Williams)

Hallelujah Chorus

(Handel)

Walking On Sunshine

(Katrina & The Waves)



Please email us with your favorite or unusual wedding songs.