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Music is a powerful element used to set the mood of your wedding ceremony, from elegant & classy to fun & fanciful. As you read through this guide, think about the mood that you want established at your wedding as the guests are entering before the ceremony and throughout the various sections of the ceremony.  


We are more than happy to accommodate any unique modern, cultural, or nontraditional ceremony structures, but below we provide suggestions from our repertoire for a traditional wedding ceremony. Let us know how we can serve you and create the ambiance you want at your ceremony. 


Please note that the linked videos are only a reference tool for selecting packages and we will be performing arrangements for the instrumentation of our ensemble. 


We are very flexible when it comes to the personalization of your repertoire selections, so be sure to check out our complete repertoire list


If you are interested in us playing something not currently on our repertoire list, please talk to your music coordinator about a custom arrangement at least 4 weeks before your wedding. Typically, we are able to include at least one custom piece with your wedding package. If you would like additional custom arrangements, please discuss this with your music coordinator at least 8 weeks prior to your ceremony to receive a quote based on the length & difficulty of the piece(s) you request.


Prelude - music that sets the tone of the whole wedding as guests arrive and are seated, typically begins 15 to 30 minutes before the start of the ceremony


Air on a G String (J. S. Bach

A Whole New World (Aladdin)

Bless the Broken Road (Rascal Flatts)

Divertimento No. 1 (W. A. Mozart)

Duetto No. 1 (Crusell)*

Waltz (Amy Beach)

Processional -  inviting, walking-paced music for the entrance of the guests of honor, wedding party, etc. at the start of the ceremony


Canon in D (Johann Pachelbel)

Edelweiss (The Sound of Music)*

Flower Duet (Léo Delibes)*

Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring (J. S. Bach)


Bridal Entrance - a separate piece to mark the grand entrance of the bride and her escort, with styles ranging from attention grabbing and dramatic to beautiful and regal


Ave Maria (Franz Schubert)

Bridal Chorus (Richard Wagner)

Somewhere Over the Rainbow (The Wizard of Oz)

The Swan (Camille Saint-Saëns)*


Special Event - intimate music to support a unique event during the ceremony such as communion, candle lighting, unity ceremony, etc.


Be Thou My Vision (Traditional)

Panis Angelicus (César Franck) 

Some Enchanted Evening (South Pacific)*


Recessional - jubilant, euphoric music for the grand exit of the newlyweds and wedding party at the end of the ceremony


Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy (The Andrews Sisters)

Hallelujah Chorus (G. F. Handel)

Sonata No.1: IV. Vivace (Johannes Brahms)*

Wedding March (Felix Mendelssohn)*

When I’m 64 (The Beatles) 

You've Got A Friend in Me (Toy Story)


Postlude - celebratory, uptempo music for guests mingling and exiting 10 to 20 minutes after the ceremony (optional addition to your wedding music package)


Cantina Band (Star Wars)*

Water Music (G. F. Handel)

Spring (Antonio Vivaldi)

Alleluia (W. A. Mozart)

I Could Have Danced All Night (My Fair Lady)

Sleeping Beauty Waltz (P. I.Tchaikovsky)*


*Denotes Duo, all other suggestions are Trios

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