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Live Entertainment at your Wedding Ceremony


Live entertainment and music for your wedding ceremony creates an atmosphere that is serene and sophisticated. It is becoming more and more popular and can be warm and inviting for your guests. Live entertainment and music can take many forms from a singing duo to a string quartet, harpist, pianist, or guitarist. The music can conger up beautiful and magical imagery and make an exquisite statement on your special day. Live entertainment is flexible giving you the freedom to choose your wedding music and songs that really represent you as a couple.
Create and enchanting backdrop with your live music before the ceremony, during the processional, the ceremony, signing of the register, the recessional and departure. Choose from a selection of timeless classics, traditional, religious or popular romantic songs for your wedding day.
Some ideas for songs before the ceremony include classics like Ave Maria by Shubert, Air on a G string by J.S Bach, The Wedding Song by Kenny G and A love theme by Christopher Beck. For more modern choices, A whole new world which is the Aladdin theme, Endless Love by Diana Ross and Lionel Ritchie and Everything I do by Bryan Adams.
The Processional song can be traditional and you may choose the popular Canon in D by Pachelbel or Bridal Chorus by Wagner. Go a little more modern with Storybook love by Willy Deville, All my life by KC and Jojo, I don’t want to miss a thing by Aerosmith and God bless the Broken Road by Rascal Flats.   
For the Signing of the Register again you could either choose traditional or modern. It had to be you by  Harry Connick Jnr, Home by Michael Buble, I wanna love you forever by Jessica Simpson and How deep is your love by Bee Gees or Portrait.
The traditional recessional songs for your special day include, Ode to Joy by Beethoven, Trumpet Tune by Purcell or the Wedding March by Mendelsshon. For more modern recessional songs choose from the following, What a wonderful world by Louis Armstrong, When I fall in love by Billy Holiday and Signed sealed delivered, I’m yours by Stevie Wonder.
For the enchanting and serene live entertainment music, flutes, harpists and string quartets make a romantic statement. Pianist, harpists, duos and jazz musicians are great for light background music. Pop duos or trios and a capella groups, soloists and bands are great for modern, fun and upbeat music during the ceremony.    For more traditional live entertainment, you may choose bagpipers, organists, string quartet or opera singer. Most live entertainment groups are flexible and can adapt the musical styles to suit your wedding theme or ambience.
 


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