When considering your wedding music, these are the parts of the ceremony that are well-suited to musical interludes. You may also choose to include some hymns during the service.

Whether you choose to hire the services of a musician or use pre-recorded music, we are happy to work with you to create the right ambience for your ceremony.

The Prelude

The music played for 10-15 minutes before the start of the ceremony.


The music played to accompany the entrance of members of the wedding party. Depending on the size of the party this can take anywhere from two to five minutes. You may wish to select a different piece of music for the entrance of the bride.

Signing of the Register

The music played during the signing of the register. This part of the ceremony typically takes three to five minutes.


This is an optional part of the ceremony, but if you do choose to take communion this is another opportunity for music. 


The music played as the couple walk down the aisle together for the first time as newlyweds. The wedding party and immediate family will typically follow, with the rest of the guests after them. Allow five to seven minutes.