One of the toughest decisions that a lot of my brides face when planning the details of their ceremony is what music to include. It can often be difficult determining what songs to have played and when.
Here is a guide that will hopefully help brides when creating the soundtrack for their special day.
There are five main parts of the wedding ceremony that will require music: prelude, processional, ceremony, recessional and postlude.
The prelude is the span of time before the actual ceremony begins. Usually your guests are being seated at this time. The prelude music sets the mood for the actual ceremony. You should allot 30 to 45 minutes of prelude music.
The wedding party walks down the aisle during the processional. The key to determining the music during this portion of the ceremony is the length of the aisle as well as the size of…
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