We will accompany Your wedding ceremony throughout its course, from the beginning to the final departure of all wedding guests. Usually, we select musical pieces with your kind assistance according to the individual parts of the ceremony:
1.) The arrival and establishment of wedding guests
In case of attendance by a larger number of guests, it is essential to present atmosphere creating music, which might help your guests to settle down and bring them into a festive mood. We play during the arrival and settlement of guests, so the whole wedding party can enjoy a pleasant and romantic atmosphere.
2.) The arrival of the groom and witnesses
At the moment when the guests are ready for the beginning of the ceremony, it is time for the tones chosen for the arrival of the groom and witnesses.
3.) The arrival of the bride
When the groom is ready with the witnesses in front of the altar and waiting for the bride, we smoothly start playing the chosen tune for the arrival of the bride and accompany her all the way to the altar toward her loved one until they stand side by side.
4.) Speech of the minister
The wedding ceremony and the wedding promise. We accompany the minister’s speech with romantic and gentle music.
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It is a choice of the couple to have or not to have their most romantic song playing during the wedding vows. Some couples choose silence for their wedding vows, some want to have their love declaring words accompanied by soft and romantic music.
5.) Rings, kiss and signatures
The minister declares them a husband and a wife and asks for the exchange of wedding rings followed by the first newlywed kiss and affirming their marriage by signing the wedding bond. With the exchange of rings marriage-celebrating music begins again.
6.) Congratulations from the guests
Music for the congratulations can be more delightful and celebrating, according to your taste. Simply, what you do like to listen to. You can choose more songs depending on the number of guests.
The last song of Your wedding ceremony will be played on your departure when the other wedding guests leave after Your departure.