Suggested Wedding Music
Deciding which pieces will be played during your wedding ceremony is an important decision. After playing at so many weddings, I have a list of some popular song choices for during the ceremony. So if you aren't sure what music you'd like, this page is a good place to start, and if you don't find what you like here, check out my full repertoire list!
(Please note that if you follow a link to my YouTube channel, not everything is available to play at weddings. Check the repertoire list for what I can play!)
Processional music is what plays when the wedding party and bride walk down the aisle. You can have one song play for everyone, or one song for the bride and one song for everyone else. The following songs are excellent choices for processional music, but many can easily be used during other parts of the ceremony as well.
Wagner's Wedding March ("Here Comes the Bride")
Pachelbel's Canon (Canon in D)
Theme from Jupiter
Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring
Can't Help Falling in Love - Elvis
A Thousand Years - Christina Perri
Signing of the Register
While the new spouses and witnesses sign the register, there is a fairly long pause so I will play music to fill the silence. These are some songs that are appropriate for the signing, but this section is very flexible and almost anything can work here.
The Shearin's No for You (Scottish Traditional)
River Flows in You - Yiruma
Beauty and the Beast/Tale as Old as Time
The recessional music is at the very end of the ceremony when the newlyweds walk back down the aisle. For this song we usually want something upbeat, joyous, and celebratory.
Better Together - Jack Johnson