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Wedding Ceremony Musician Ideas

Jan 09, 2014 | Posted by:  abi s

Many women and men are out of their depths, having to choose the wedding ceremony music. This is one of the biggest stress for the couple who is planning a wedding by themselves. Often each set of parents will have very different ideas about what music should be used and this can create a lot of tensions. The traditional bridal march may not be everyone’s “cup of tea”.                                                                                                       wedding ceremony musician

There are some great contemporary songs that would be appropriate for processional and recessional, as well as interludes. Many of these songs can be found in instrumental versions as well as with words. Brides today are looking more to songs that have meaning to them and their finance, as opposed to upholding traditions. The classics are great but think about it, the first time they were used it was because the bride and groom may have met at a concert by the original artist.


The decision of music will be dictated by the wedding venue. Many religions do not allow any modern music to be played in their buildings. Choosing music that has a unique connection to the family’s heritage can be a great choice. Below is a list of songs that are modern and can be used to make a statement in a wedding ceremony.


Processional Recessional

Billy Joel - “She’s Got A Way” The carpenters – “We’ve only Just Begun”

The Cure – “Just Like Heaven” Stevie Wonder – “Signed, Sealed, Delivered”

Christina Perri – “A Thousand Years” Stevie Wonder- “Sunshine of My Life”

Pearle Jam – “Just Breathe” Hall & Oates – “You make my dreams come true”

Landon Pigg- “Falling in Love Heavy D –“Now That We Found Love”

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One Republic – Halo (Beyonce cover) James Brown – “I Feel Good”

Etta James – “At Last” Katrina&The Waves- “Walking on


The Beatles – “When I’m 64” Bill Withers – “Lovely Day”


This is just a minute sample of what is out there that can be used to great of fact in a wedding ceremony. You can start your own traditions by using songs that you love to say what you really feel. Get more tips for your wedding on the iWedPlanner. Website. There you will find free wedding planner apps for iPhone, iPad android as well as all of the latest tools you need for wedding planning success.



Post By:MargetCreated Date:Apr 23, 2014
Picking the correct wedding ceremony musicians make you wedding feel pleasant and awesome this blog explained on hoe to choose the perfect wedding ceremony musicians,.
Post By:KellyCreated Date:Jan 09, 2014
Nice ideas.... Thanks for your support and ideas to help me for choose a best wedding musicians i my wedding day.
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