​Copyright: Derek Sellers Music - 2017

Wedding ceremony music is ONLY available in COMBINATION with a reception music option. 

Wedding ceremony music can add so much to your big day. As a bride’s mother said, “It made the ceremony much more intimate and sweet just by having an acoustic guitar.” Wedding ceremony music consists only of instrumental music. Keep in mind, the songs are shortened or lengthened depending on how long the different entrances take. Here are the song options for ceremony's that are offered:


Classical:
- Trumpet Voluntary (Jeremiah Clarke)
- Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring (Johann Sebastian Bach)
- Canon in D (Johann Pachelbel)

- Bridal Chorus (Richard Wagner)- aka: "Here Comes The Bride"

Contemporary:
- A Thousand Years (Christina Perri)
- Over The Rainbow (Tommy Emmanuel)

- Isn’t She Lovely (Stevie Wonder)
- Amazing Grace (Hymn)
- Marry Me (Train)

Prelude
Music provided during the 30 minutes prior to the ceremony. The musical selection is up to the performer.

Family Entrance
This is when your family comes into the ceremony. The most popular are Amazing Grace & Over The Rainbow

Bridal Party Entrance
When the bridal party enters the ceremony. The most popular is Canon in D.

Bridal Entrance
When the bridal party is in place, the bride will enter with her father. The most popular are A Thousand Years & the Bridal Chorus.

Recessional
This song will be played on the iPod as the family & bridal party exit the ceremony. Here are a few examples:

 - How Sweet It Is (James Taylor)
  - This Will Be (Natalie Cole)
  - Signed, Sealed, Delivered (Stevie Wonder)
​ - Happy (Pharell Williams)
 - You Are The Best Thing (Ray LaMontagne)

​   - Fishing In The Dark (Nitty Gritty Dirt Band)


Wedding Ceremony Music