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Musical Moments

By Weddings With Style International Magazine

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Musical Moments
The bride’s and groom’s courtship was marked by a series of special events – their meeting, first date, anniversaries and their engagement. Likewise, the songs selected for their ceremony are milestones, distinguishing each of those once-in-a-lifetime moments from the rest.

•The Prelude.
Ushers greet guests at the door. Arm-in-arm with grandmothers, mothers, sisters, and friends, the ushers escort the bride and groom’s friends and family members to their seats. This is the prelude to the ceremony. Musically, the prelude is a soothing musical backdrop to the seating process. Choose traditional wedding prelude songs, like Handel’s “Water Music,” or opt for a soft contemporary ballad.

•The Processional.
The processional is the music that signals the start of the ceremony. When the soloist, instrumentalist, or band plays the processional piece, members of the wedding party, clad in long gowns and neatly pressed suits, move in a line toward the front of the room. The bride is the last member in the procession. “Canon in D Minor” (Pachelbel) and the “Wedding March” are two of the most popular processional pieces.

•The Interlude.
Interlude music is played during intimate moments between the bride and groom. In a traditional protestant wedding, interludes are commonly played as the couple lights the unity candle. This is the perfect moment to incorporate contemporary favorites, like “Endless Love,” performed by Diana Ross and Lionel Richie.

•The Recessional.
The recessional signals the official end to the wedding ceremony. The recessional is a celebratory piece, normally more upbeat than the other music in the ceremony. Couples are encouraged to be more creative, to go a little wild, when selecting their recessional music. Exit to the sweet harmonies of The Temptations, Marvin Gaye, or the Supremes.

•Make your music memorable.
Choose from an assortment of wedding classics or opt for contemporary pop, rock, jazz, or classical pieces that describe your relationship.

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