Every wedding begins with a wedding ceremony. This is the most important part of any wedding, as this is where it all happens – the bride and groom are officially married and become one.

There are many different types of ceremonies. Whether traditional or religious, non-denominational or intercultural, all ceremonies have one thing in common, the music played while the bridal party, or the bride, walk down the isle. It’s truly the most beautiful and anticipated moment of the wedding ceremony.

Music is such an integral part of any celebration as it sets the tone, ambiance and mood of the entire space. We believe that the music for the ceremony should be somewhat elegant yet filled with emotion.

There is no right or wrong song for the occasion. There are as many opinions as there are songs and artists. While majority prefer a slow song to play during the ceremony, some prefer a more upbeat tune for their entrance. Over the years, working with many

beautiful couples, we’ve got to hear it all. In no particular order, because they are all so beautiful, we compiled the top 10 Wedding Ceremony Songs to help you create the right atmosphere at your wedding.

1. Canon In D | Pachelbel’s Canon | 1 Hour Version


2.  Can’t Help Falling In Love – Elvis Presley – Stringspace Guitar & Violin Duo


3.  Christina Perri’s “A thousand Years” – The Piano Guys  – Piano/Cello Cover


4.  How Long Will I love you – Ellie Goulding (Instrumental)


5. All of me – John Legend – Violin and Guitar Cover by Daniel Jang


6.  If I Lose Myself – Violin, Piano, and Guitar Cover – Daniel Jang


7.  Endless Love – Mariah Carey ( Instrumental)


8.  Moment of Peace – Gregorian


9.  Paradise Violin Cover – Coldplay – Daniel Jang


10.  Viva La Vida – Coldplay – Violin


There are so many beautiful songs that will transform your wedding ceremony.  As you can see, our preference lies with the instrumental  version of the songs. It is so elegant yet so powerful, just right for the occasion.  There are many more interesting and dramatic pieces such as Air on G String by Johann Sebastian Bach or At Last by Etta James. The choices are endless and the right song is the one that speaks to you.

Team at Party Crew Entertainment

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