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No wedding would be complete without music. If you are the typical bride and groom, you will have music played during your ceremony that is special to you, something that has a special significance. However, when it comes to the other music for your wedding, it can be overwhelming to narrow down your final choices. One of the most important factors of music is that you want it to set the mood of the wedding. If you will be having a traditional wedding in a church, then you want music that is appropriate to that setting. However, if you are having your wedding outdoors, or in a more non-traditional manner, then you can be a bit more flexible with your music selection.

Most weddings held in a church are considered a religious ceremony. For this reason, you will want to have the music approved by your clergyman since some will not allow secular music, while others will. Songs that offer respect to God are more than likely to be accepted although depending on the church and religious beliefs, music with the words, God, Holy Spirit, or Jesus may not be used. Above all, you want words that reference high value, love, respect, and commitment. For a long time, the only instrument you heard at a wedding was the organ. While this is still a nice option for the processional, many weddings are now using a piano, harp, or guitar.

Most weddings, regardless of setting, have a vocalist, either a soloist or a duet that will sing anywhere from two to four selections. If you plan having a duet, a nice touch is having a male and female. Unless you know of someone that has the ideal singing voice, you will probably need to hire someone, which is quite common. Although the times when music is played can vary, the traditional options include:
  • While guests are being seated
  • Immediately before the processional
  • Before the wedding vows are exchanged
  • While the Unity Candle is being lit
  • During communion, if applicable
You want the music for your wedding to enhance the overall beauty of this special event and add almost a magical ambience. The lyrics are just as important, if not more, than the actual music. You want lyrics that hold a special meaning for you and your future spouse. To ensure you have made your choice from a good selection, browse music online or at a music store. If you are not sure which pieces to use, check with your chosen musicians for recommendations.

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