Monthly Archives: June 2011

Top Six Wedding Compilation CDs with Largo from The Four Season’s Winter

June 8, 2011

Antonio Vivaldi gave us some great music for weddings when he composed the Four Seasons. And, virtually every one of his “Seasons” contains at least some music we can use for the wedding ceremony. The Largo, from Winter can be used as a bridal party processional song. Here, we provide our six picks for the […]

Top Six Wedding Compilation CDs with The Canon in D

June 8, 2011

Johann Pachelbel’s Canon In D is one of the most popular songs for the Bridesmaid’s Processional. We’ve done some research and come up with our six top picks for wedding compilation CDs with the Canon In D. Enjoy! Amazon.com Widgets

How Long Is A Wedding Ceremony?

June 8, 2011

Many of our couples are unsure about how long their marriage ceremony should be. The answer is… as long as you want! The average ceremony we do is about 15 minutes. I did a ceremony a couple of weeks ago that was about 15 seconds long – that’s right, 15 seconds. When you think about what’s necessary […]

About This Journal

June 8, 2011

Hello Everyone, This post marks the launch of the Songs For Your Ceremony Journal. It’s going to feature articles and tips mainly on wedding ceremonies and ceremony music. Much like our site, the Journal will concentrate on the activities that make up a ceremony. So, we aren’t going to have articles about wedding dresses and centerpieces for […]