While preparing a wedding event, many things are supposed to be taken in to consideration – one being the wedding ceremony musician. But scanning all the song titles in order to select a music list to play at the wedding might seem daunting. Relax, pulling out a music program will prove to be much easier with your expert supervised tips and guidance.
- Learn the basic: the most basic and obvious wedding music setup usually involves three categories of music – preludes, processionals and recessionals. Prelude music is somewhat ambient and light which aids in setting up the mood while the guests are coming and getting seated till the time the wedding ceremony begins. It should be played approximately 45 minutes till the time of the procession. Next in line is the processional music. Plan out varying songs upon the entry of the bride, the groom and their advancement to the stage in order to highlight the entrances. This sort of music is kind of lively and is traditionally bright. The last is the postlude or the recessional music which is usually played when the guests are exiting the weddings. You can hire a wedding ceremony musician to play a bagpipe or a violin at the exit to make the guests feel good and respected.