Alaina and Patrick’s wedding ceremony at St Philip’s Roman Catholic Church, January 11, 2014 in Goulbourn ON

 You guys were fantastic and made the ceremony perfect. Thank you very much and we will recommend you to our friends. Alaina and Patrick

The bride and groom were looking for an upbeat and fun selection of music to accompany their wedding ceremony, and they chose a number of great songs, which Duo d’Amore had a great time performing.

As the guests were arriving, they selected songs that many guests would know, by John Lennon (Imagine)

And Louis Armstrong (What A Wonderful World) to more modern pop songs like Eric Clapton’s Wonderful Tonight and Journey’s Don’t Stop Believing. This really set the mood for the ceremony

For the bridesmaids processional, the Beatles Here comes the Sun was performed, followed by the very beautiful A Thousand Years by Christina Perri. This worked so well, and I am sure that A Thousand Years will be come a wedding ceremony classic. I also enjoyed the paring of this song with the previous song. Both songs are quite different and do a great job of letting the guests and family know that the bride is about to walk down to aisle.

For the signing the couple chose two songs: My eyes adore you and Somewhere over the rainbow, and the recessional, as the bride and groom were exiting was Bittersweet Symphony, which is loud and has a strong beat which is perfect for the end of the ceremony.

Prelude:

Time to say goodbye

What a wonderful world

Wonderful Tonight

Don’t stop believing

Imagine

Hallelujah

Ceremony:

Bridesmaids Processional – Here comes the sun

Bride Processional – A thousand years

Signing – My eyes adore you and Somewhere over the Rainbow

Recessional – Bittersweet Symphony

Venue and Photo: St Philips RC Church

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