Live music can make all the difference to your special day. Used at the
ceremony the music can be adapted to fit the flow of the occasion. At
the reception it can be a wonderful interlude over pre-dinner drinks or
soothing background accompaniment to your function.
Outlined below are some suggestions for the key musical parts of your wedding. If you don't see something you like here then have a look at the printable Wedding Music list, visit the Repertoire section of this website or make a special request.
Click on the links below to hear samples.
Choose a traditional wedding march, a classical piece or an alternative piece of music for the entrance of the bride and her attendants:
Bridal March (Here comes the Bride)
Canon in D - (Pachelbel's Canon)
Ave Maria - Bach/Gounod, Schubert or Caccini
Signing of the Register/Other
The signing of the register generally requires at least two musical items. These suggestions can also be used for candle ceremonies, offertory, communion etc.
Gymnopédie No. 1
Have I Told You Lately
My Heart Will Go On
O Mio Babbino Caro
Old Irish Blessing
Pie Jesu - Fauré or Lloyd-Webber
Someone to Watch Over Me
When I Fall in Love
You Raise Me Up