Wedding ceremonies are full of planning and preparation, excitement and when the weather also cooperates, you get a beautiful ceremony like Andrea and Adams. This is something special, which does not always happen!
The music helped to create a wonderful atmosphere for the guest throughout the ceremony. I spoke with Andrea during the planning process, and she decided on the following ceremony music selections. Below each selection, I have made some notes on why these particular selections worked so well as performed by the violinist and cellist at The Old Courthouse in London.
Bridesmaid Processional – Moon River
This is a unique choice for the bridesmaids to walk down the aisle to. It really helps to create a calm mood, with a bit of sentimentality and wistfulness. The song provides a nice contrast (old vs. new, slow vs. medium slow) for the bride’s processional.
Processional – A Thousand Years
A new classic! A Thousand Years is really easy to walk to, and has a bit more drive to the music, something that is important to highlight the brides walk down the aisle.
Signing – Can’t Help Falling in Love
With the previous selections, this works beautifully, as we slip back with a retro fell, but with timelessness as well.
Recessional – All You Need Is Love
This song is best described as being super fun and upbeat, and is a fantastic choice for the recessional.
Photo and photo credit: Dudek Photography
Wedding ceremony musicians London ON: Duo d’Amore-violin and cello duos, string trios and string quartets