The Prelude is soft warm music, 30 minutes in duration. It plays while guests are entering and being seated.
The Bridesmaid Processional is the entry of bridesmaids and their escorts. Recommended music is 3 to 5 minutes of gentle soothing sound intended to set the appropriate ambiance. This song sets the stage for processional and is intended to recognize the couples family and special friendships.
The Processional music signals the entry of the bride and her escort. It can be traditional music or any music that creates memories for the bride and groom that will last into the future.
The Recessional celebrates that the Bride and Groom are now married. This music is 3 to 5 minutes in duration and should reflect the mutual excitement and happiness of the occasion.
The Reception music is played as the bride and groom enter the reception to greet guests. It should be 3 to 5 minutes in duration and spark memories for the new couple, their family and friends.
The First Dance is a momentous occasion for the bride and groom. This music, of 3 to 5 minute duration, reflects the love that binds two beautiful inseparable people. It should be music for loving memories.
Parents Dances require music that is telling of childhood and reflections of parents and children until they are adults. It should be music of 3 to 5 minutes in duration and inspire tears of joy for parents and the bride and groom, memories that will last a lifetime.
The Last Dance invokes a spirit of hopefulness, happiness and enduring memories of the day, family and friends. In 3 to 5 minutes it says love is enduring. At its core is love. This song preserves the faces and smiles of everyone in attendance and serves as a keepsake for the bride and groom.
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