Our Wedding Ceremony clients always ask us about Ceremony Music options, and we often get the question, “Can I still use Traditional Ceremony music?”
Our answer is always a resounding YES!
If you are a Bride who wants something unique or contemporary…terrific! Not a problem!
However, if you are a Bride who loves the traditional classical selections, please don’t hesitate to use them! They are ‘traditional’ for a reason. These musical selections evoke lots of emotion, they are ‘familiar’ and are therefore comforting and reassuring for you and your guests, many selections have family history attached to them (i.e., “My Mom used Pachelbel’s Canon in D at her wedding”), etc.
We still love, enjoy and recommend traditional wedding ceremony selections…
Here are a few short selections performed by our talented musicians (available for your event!):
For a more options, visit our Wedding Sampler YouTube Playlist!
Visit our Website for more ideas!
Pachelbel Canon in D – Solo Guitar
Vivaldi, Spring - Harp Quartet
Bach, Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring - All String Quartet
Bridal Chorus - Solo Harp
Trumpet Voluntary - Brass Quintet
Wedding March - Harp & Cello Duo
- Wedding Trends and Tips for 2012 (essencetalent.wordpress.com)