Ceremony Music Planning Form If you are a human and are seeing this field, please leave it blank. Fields marked with an * are required Name: * Email: * Wedding Date? Venue Name? Venue Location? What time does the ceremony start? What time frame is the venue booked? Are the ceremony and reception at the same venue? YesNo What is the attire? FormalSemi FormalCasualOther If "Other" please specify: Do you need microphones/speakers for the officiant, musicians or others? YesNoI Don't Know Would you like uplighting or other dramatic lighting during your ceremony? YesNoUndecided Would you like DJ Part A to provide live piano and/or a vocalist for your ceremony? PianoVocalistBothNone Will there be other singers or musicians playing at your ceremony? Singer(s)Musician(s)BothNone Ceremony Song Choices There are a few traditional places for music in a wedding ceremony. Provide your choices for all the most common musical moments below. Or, let me know if you have any unique or different ideas! At any point, if you would like further information or consultation CLICK HERE TO SEND A MESSAGE Prelude - The Prelude plays while guests are arriving. It's often played for 30-45 minutes, so a long prelude may require more than one song. CLICK HERE FOR SUGGESTIONS Prelude Song Choice(s)? Processional - The processional is played while the wedding party and important guests are seated. Many change to a new song for the "grand entrance" of the bride, usually Wagner's "Bridal Chorus" (Here Comes the Bride). CLICK HERE FOR SUGGESTIONS Processional Song Choice(s)? Interlude - An interlude is any song played in the middle of the ceremony. It is often played during candle-lighting, a sand ceremony, or other activity. CLICK HERE FOR SUGGESTIONS Interlude Song Choice(s)? Recessional - The recessional is played immediately after the officiant pronounces the couple husband and wife. The traditional song choice is "Marcha Nupcial" (or "Wedding March") by Mendelssohn. CLICK HERE FOR SUGGESTIONS Recessional Song Choice(s)? Postlude - The postlude immediately follows the recessional. You may want to transition to another song after the initial postlude. CLICK HERE FOR SUGGESTIONS Postlude Song Choice(s)? Any Other Songs? Any other messages, instruction, requests or important details? When you submit this form, you will receive email confirmation. If needed, you will receive a formal reply within 24 hours.