Wedding Ceremony Music

The music you choose for your wedding ceremony is a very important part of your day and an area where you can have personal input. But there is so much string quartet music to choose from (just look at how large our repertoire list is). We have put together a 'Wedding Ceremony Music guide' to give you a few ideas.

There are three main points in the wedding ceremony where music is needed:

Processional Music

Signing of the Register

Recessional Music

The couple really can have whatever music is special to them. As well as the more traditional music we have played couples walking out to Pop songs special to their lives, opera tunes, theme form 'Lord of the Rings' and even the war like 'Imperial March' from Star Wars!

Here are as few suggestions:

Processional Music Bridal Entrance

Pachelbel's Canon

Entrance of the Queen of Sheba - Handel

La Rejouice from Royal Fire Works - Handel

Trumpet Voluntary in D 'The Prince of Denmark' - Jerimiha Clark

Bridal Chorus (Here Comes the Bride) - Wagner

Spring from Four Seasons - Vivaldi

Groovy Kind of Love - Phil Collins

She - Elvis Costello

Signing of the Register

Ave Maria - Schubert

Ave aira - Gounod

Air on a G String - Bach

Fur Elise - Beethoven

Laudate Dominum - Mozart

Clair de Lune - Debussy

Angels - Robbie Williams

How Deep is Your Love - Bee Gees/ Take That

Recessional Music Bridal Exit

Bridal March from 'Midsummer Nights Dream' - Mendelssohn

Spring from Four Seasons - Vivaldi

Entrance of the Queen of Sheba - Handel

La Rejouice from Royal Fire Works - Handel

Trumpet Voluntary in D 'The Prince of Denmark' - Jerimiha Clark

Hallelujah Chorus from The Messiah - Handel

It Must be Love - Madness

Thats Amore - Warren

Come Fly With Me - Heusen

Cant Take My Eyes off of You - Gaudio/Crewe

We hope that this guide will help open your imagination to possibilities. We can also arrange pieces for you that do not exist in string quartet format.