Spring is one of my favorite seasons, May in particular. Even nicer than all the flowers, the green grass, the birds singing, is a spring wedding ceremony, in a church on a warm day. There is just so much promise and excitement in a spring ceremony, and we are always happy to perform. Kayla and Andrew chose quite traditional music, which we always like as it just fits so perfectly. I particularly enjoy the combination of Bach Air with Pachelbel Canon, as the Bach Air has such a smoothness to the sound, which Pachelbel Canon is much more contrasting, and almost bursts forth with energy. The signing is paced slightly slower, as this gives the guests a chance to think about the couples marriage (and snap a few photos in some cases) while the bride and groom sign the marriage documents. Bach’s Jesu Joy is perfect for this as well. Lastly, as the couple is introduced for the first time, what is more appropriate than the Mendelssohn wedding March in a church, in May?
Bridesmaids: Bach Air
Bride: Pachelbel Canon
Signing: Bach: Jesu Joy
Recessional: Mendelssohn wedding March
Photographer and photo credit: Love you Madly
Wedding planner: Melissa Laphen from Great Events by Melissa
Wedding ceremony musicians Oakville: Duo d’Amore-violin and cello duos, string trios and string quartets