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The following are a few suggestions as to the music to be played at your wedding but they do not have to be used in the sections as suggested below if you don’t want to as most of the pieces can easily be moved around for your own requirements. Please do not feel restricted to picking solely from this list and if you have any ideas of your own as to the music to be played at the ceremony, then please don’t hesitate to speak to the organist.
If this is the case, please let him or her know in plenty of time prior to the ceremony.
If it is something particularly unusual, then you will have to provide sheet music for it and again, the organist would appreciate having it in plenty of time prior to the ceremony.

Suggested Music for Weddings

Before and after the service, and during the Signing of the registers

Suggested Hymns

Processional Music, for the entrance of the bride:


Bridal Chorus (from the opera Lohengrin) - Wagner

Trumpet Tune in D - Purcell

Trumpet Voluntary (Prince of Denmark’s March) - Clarke

Hornpipe (from The Water Music) - Handel

Prelude (from Te Deum) - Charpentier

Spring (from The Four Seasons) – Vivaldi

A Thousand Years - Christina Perri

All Of Me - John Legend

Recessional Music, after the marriage:


Wedding March (from A Midsummer Night’s Dream) - Mendelssohn

Greatest Day - Take That

Trumpet Voluntary (Prince of Denmark’s March) - Clarke

Rule The World - Take That

Hornpipe (from The Water Music) - Handel

Prelude (from Te Deum) - Charpentier

Spring (from The Four Seasons) - Vivaldi

Ode to Joy – Beethoven

Excerpt from Wedding March (from Symphony No.3) - Saint Saens