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Ottawa wedding ceremony music, Dongyuan + Shifeng’s wedding at Fairmont Montebello, September 24, 2016

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The weather for this wedding ceremony at Fairmont Montebello could not have been more perfect—sunny, and not too hot, just what everyone hopes for their wedding day. The ceremony music featuring our violinist and cellist was also out of a fairy tale, as it was light and elegant with both standard and not so standard classical music, as well as Elvis’s Can’t Help Falling in love, which brought a modern touch to this very beautiful ceremony.

 

Bridesmaid processional: Pachelbel's Canon in D
Bride processional: Elvis Presley's Can't help fall in love 
Signing: Massenet: Meditation from Thais and Bach’s Jesu Joy of Man’s
Desiring
Recessional: Mendelssohn: Wedding March

 

Wedding planner: Darcy from Delightfully elegant events

Venue: Chateau Montebello

Ceremony and Reception music: Duo d’Amore