Prelude music should be between 15-30 minutes. It is music that is played while guests are being seated and waiting for the ceremony to begin. Traditionally it is calm music meant to set the mood.
Salut d’’ Amour by Elgar
The Swan (From “Carnival of the Animals)
Air on a G String by Bach
All of Me (Instrumental by Ulrik Lundstorm
Thinking Out Loud (Instrumental by Stefan Richter)
The processional is the song that is played for the entrance of the wedding party; which includes the couples’ family and their attendants.
First Day of My Life by Bright Eyes
Can’t Help- Falling in Love by Haley Reinhart
Fix You by Boyce Avenue
Better Together by Us the Duo
Flightless Bird, American Mouth by Iron & White
Higher Love by James Vincent McMorrow
Rose’s Theme by James Horner and The Stuio Sound Ensemble
Beneath Your Beautiful by Labrinth Feat Emeli Sande
Hoopipolla by Sigur Rós
I’m Kissing You by Des’ree
Make You Feel My Love by Adele
The One by Kodaline
Unchained Melody by Righteous Brothers
When I Said I do by Clint Black
She is Love by Parachute
Only You by Joshua Radin
Bridal Entrance Music
This is the song that the bride uses for her grand entrance!
Traditional Bridal Chorus by Wagner
Canon in D by Pachelbel
A Thousand Years (Instrumental by The Piano Guys)
Marry Me by Train
Interludes are songs that are played during specific ceremony events such as the unity ceremony or the ketubah singing. They are not required but some couples choose to make them part of their ceremony.
Usually just one song, this piece is used for the exit of the bridal party as well as the Couple once they are pronounced married.
Signed Sealed Delivered, I’m Yours by Stevie Wonder
Best Day of My Life by American Aut5hors
Beautiful Day by U2
The Best is Yet to Come by Frank Sinatra
Amazed by Lonestar
Bless This Broken Road by Rascal Flatts
A postlude is a selection of music that is played while guests exit the ceremony. Many couples choose violin or bagpipes for their postlude music.