Wedding Planning - Music for Your Wedding Ceremony


"a wedding ceremony without music is like a cake without the icing"

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Music for Your Ceremony

The trend for couples to be married at the reception venue is becoming increasingly popular and the good news is that most venues are now licenced for this.

If this is your choice then you will need to make arrangements for music during the ceremony because, as well as your 'Processional' and 'Recessional', there's also the 'Prelude' (before the ceremony starts) and the 'Interlude' whilst you and your witnesses are signing the register and having photographs taken. For each of these events the right music will enhance the whole occasion

There are a number of options:

  • You could hire an organist or harpist
  • You could simply use a home CD player or
  • You could consider employing your DJ who already has the necessary equipment, knowledge & expertise.

There is a restriction on religious music / Hymns during a Civil Ceremony. Apart from that you can choose to walk down the aisle to anything from the traditional 'Here Comes the Bride' to your favourite TV Theme tune*! Your DJ will be able to supply / source most music so you can make your Ceremony as individual and unique as you wish.

If you are expecting more than 100 guests at your ceremony you may also want to consider having a microphone available so that all your guests can hear your vows.

Using your DJ is definitely the most versatile option available and if you would like a quote for this service (with or without an evening disco) then please use the Enquiry Form Here.

*You may need to check with your registrar that the music you have chosen is acceptable - there are guidelines however these are open to interpretation by the individual.