Ceremony Music Ideas

It can be hard choosing the music for your ceremony. Some people opt to go the traditional route, while others go modern, or meaningful. Whichever way you're thinking of going, here are the songs the married ladies of Proud to Plan used for their ceremonies. 

Ceremony Processional: 
Christie: Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring
Laura: In My Life by The Beatles
Christie and Sean's Wedding
Photo courtesy of Shari DeAngelo Photography
Bridal Party- 
Nicole: Selections from Handel's Water Music
Erin: Canon in D by Pachebel
Becky: Trumpet Voluntary

Annemarie: Wonderwall by Oasis
Laura: The Wind by Cat Stevens
Lisa: Bittersweet Symphony by The Verve
Erin: Here Comes the Bride
Becky: Canon in D by Pachebel
Annemarie and Jimmy's Wedding
Photo courtesy of Jennifer Childress Photography
Ceremony Recessional: 
Christie: All You Need Is Love by The Beatles
Nicole: Wedding March by Mendelssohn
Lisa: Clocks by Coldplay
Laura: Here Comes the Sun by The Beatles
Lisa and Ryan's Wedding
Photo courtesy of Spark Photography
Some of used the same songs, but not necessarily for the same thing. I walked down the aisle to Canon in D, while a few of the girls used that for their bridal party. Some people used the actual recorded songs, while others had instrumental versions play by string quartets, etc. There are a ton of options when it comes to ceremony music and how it is played, but if you're struggling with which songs to go with, maybe we gave you some new ideas. 


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