Wedding Event Music
Wedding songs are an important factor to consider when planning your wedding. I have been playing at wedding ceremonies for the past ten years and I would be happy to help you out with your ceremony.
You can choose any songs you want for the ceremony and I will learn them. I also have a list of some songs that I have played at wedding ceremonies in the past that might help you decide on which songs you would like to use.
Here is a short list that will hopefully help with brainstorming for your perfect song choices.
- Aerosmith – I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing
- All-4-One – I Swear
- Andrea Bocelli & Celine Dion – The Prayer
- Billy Joel – Just The Way You Are
- Bob Dylan – To Make You Feel My Love
- Bryan Adams – When You Love Someone
- Diamond Rio – Who Am I
- Don Henley – Taking You Home
- Etta James – At Last
- Elton John – Your Song
- Elton John – The One
- Eric Clapton – Wonderful Tonight
- Firehouse – I Live My Life For You
- Frank Sinatra, Etta James, Elvis Presley – Only Fools Rush In
- Frozen Ghost – Dream Come True
- Garth Brooks & Faith Hill – Love Will Always Win
- Geoff Moore – Listen To Our Hearts
- George Strait – I Cross My Heart
- Jim Brickman & Michael W. Smith – Love of My Life
- Johann Pachelbel – Cannon in D
- John Lennon – Love
- Johnny Reid – Thank You
- Johnny Reid – Missing An Angel
- Louis Armstrong – What a Wonderful World
- Matt Redman – Heart Of Worship
- Michael Buble – Everything
- Nicole Kidman & Ewan McGregor – Come What May
- Norah Jones – The Nearness of You
- Righteous Brothers – Unchained Melody
- Ronan Keating – When You Say Nothing At All
- Shania Twain – From This Moment On
- The Beatles – In My Life
- Wizart Of Oz – Somewhere Over The Rainbow
How Many Songs Do I Need To Choose?
Here’s an idea of what you might generally need to have a song for during your wedding service.
- Introduction Music – while guests are arriving and being seated
- Processional Song – while the wedding party enters
- Signing the Registry – while the guests sit and watch the signing moment after the ceremony
- Recessional Song – while the wedding party and guests exit
This is a minimalist approach. You can choose as many songs as you like. I have played at some weddings where there have been just one song – Signing the Registry – and I’ve also played some weddings where there were 10 songs. It’s always up to you and how you want your special day to be.
Usually I will begin playing the introduction instrumental piano music when guests begin arriving right up to the moment before the service begins. I also am always sure to continue playing the recessional song until all of the guests have left.
As part of my goal to help you decide which songs you would like to use on your wedding day I will be posting some clips of certain popular songs for you to preview. This is a new feature that I am working on getting underway so please check back soon.
For the average wedding service with four songs or less the price is $250.
Duets can be performed for an additional $100 to bring in a second singer. I have many great female and male voices available for duets.
Booking rate for holidays is $500.