Weddings

Music is an integral part of your perfect wedding! Classical music can be incorporated in a variety of different ways, including:
 

Pre-service

(30 minutes prior to ceremony, as guests are arriving)
 

Processional

Musical Interlude(s) During Ceremony

Recessional

Postlude

Cocktails

Dinner/Reception


Click the Wedding Music button for ceremony music information.

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Enchanted Occasions Music has a wide range of music that is as diverse as our clientele! Below are examples of some of our most popular wedding selections. For a complete list of our repertoire, please visit our Repertoire page.

 

 

Pre-service - Thirty minutes of music that is played before the ceremony, while guests are being seated. Enchanted Occasions Music usually selects preservice music that is beautiful, tasteful, and appropriate.  You are welcome to request one or more songs to be played during this time!

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Processional Music - Songs that are played while the wedding party walks down the aisle at the beginning of the ceremony. Processional music is generally a slow, walking tempo.

Traditional Processional Songs:

 

Air - Bach 🎡

 

Arioso - Bach 🎡

 

Canon in D - Pachelbel 🎡

 

Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring - Bach 🎡

 

Largo from Winter - Vivaldi 🎡

 

Trumpet Tune - Purcell 🎡

 

Trumpet Voluntary - Clarke 🎡

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Wedding March - Wagner 🎡

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Contemporary Processional Songs:

 

At Last - Etta James 🎡

 

Can't Help Falling In Love - Elvis Presley 🎡

 

Let It Be - The Beatles 🎡

 

Marry Me - Train 🎡

 

A Thousand Years - Christina Perri 🎡

Musical Interlude Pieces - Songs that are played during the ceremony for a candle lighting, rose ceremony, or other symbolic function.

 

 

 

 

 

Traditional Musical Interlude Pieces:

 

Ave Maria - Schubert 🎡

 

Panis Angelicus - Franck 🎡

 

TrÀumeri - Schumann 🎡

Contemporary Musical Interlude Pieces:

 

From This Moment - Shania Twain 🎡

 

One Hand, One Heart from West Side Story 🎡 

Recessional Music - The song that is played immediately after the ceremony is over, while the wedding party exits the venue. Recessional songs are generally fast or upbeat in tempo, and reflect a celebratory mood.

Traditional Recessional Songs:

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Entrance of the Queen of Sheba - Handel 🎡

 

Hornpipe from Water Music - Handel 🎡

 

La Rejouissance - Handel 🎡

 

Ode to Joy - Beethoven 🎡

 

Prelude from Te Deum - Charpentier 🎡

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Rondeau - Mouret 🎡

 

Spring from the Four Seasons - Vivaldi 🎡

 

Wedding March - Mendelssohn 🎡

Contemporary Recessional Songs:

 

All You Need Is Love - The Beatles 🎡

 

Born to Run - Bruce Springsteen 🎡

 

Don't Stop Believing - Journey 🎡

 

She Loves You - The Beatles 🎡 

Postlude Song - This selection is played after the recessional song, while guests are leaving. This song can be fast or slow, upbeat or reflective.

There is no right or wrong when selecting ceremony music, only what you love! At Enchanted Occasions Music, we provide guidance for all our wedding clients by giving suggestions, advice, and feedback during the music selection process. Customer satisfaction is our top priority. We want every bride and groom to choose a selection of music that reflects their own taste, style, and personality.

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