Heart2heart Ceremonies

Marlee K Bruinsma, Civil Marriage Celebrant  0438 144 269

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Advantages of live music



Where can I use music in my ceremony?


Music can be used:



Most couples have music at least for the processional, the signing and walking back down the aisle (the recessional).


What recorded music can I have?


The possibilities are endless and depend on the style of your ceremony and your personal taste in music. Some couples choose classical music, some choose old classics and some choose modern songs that are popular at the time of their wedding.  In most circumstances, you do not need to worry about copyright for music for your ceremony, although you may need a licence to play music at your reception.


Advantages of recorded music



Some songs that my couples have chosen for their wedding processional in 2013 and for 2014 are:


Current songs



Classic and classical songs



Have fun selecting music for your ceremony! There are lots of choices out there - check out the discussion boards on wedding sites, talk to your DJ if you are having one, pick your favourites and enjoy putting together your playlist.

Choosing music for your wedding ceremony is a very individual choice. Live music provides a great ambience and ranges from harps to pipes to guitar or a wedding singer or string quartet, to suit the theme and style of your wedding. A playlist of music for your ceremony gives you the opportunity to personalise the music to suit your personalities and music tastes.

bride and groom playing harp after their ceremony

Harp music in the rainforest

When deciding on music for your ceremony, you may like to consider the style and theme of your wedding:

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