Every wedding is unique in its own way – from the very love story that lies at its foundation to the way the bride and groom choose to decorate their Big Day, every single detail will matter when it comes to creating a special event. Of course, music is not even by far the least important element to consider when adding “unique touches” to your wedding day – in fact, it is one of the crucial ones!
For instance, have you decided what songs to play for the ceremony interlude? If not, read down below, because we have gathered some of the most beautiful ones to choose from.
- Debussy, Claire de Lune. If you are searching for an ultimate classic song for the Big Day’s ceremony interlude, this is it. Debussy’s composition is soft and beautiful, but not too poignant, which makes it perfect for the interlude (you want your music to complement these special minutes, rather than overthrow them).
- Tuck & Patti, Take My Breath Away. Jazzy, romantic, and really, really unique, this song is the kind everyone will ask about after the wedding. There’s something utterly sweet and unforgettable about it – and that’s precisely what makes it so great for the interlude.
- Leonard Bernstein, A Simple Song. Searching for a romantic song to play on very low volume as you light your unity candles (or perform any other similar ritual)? This one’s a true masterpiece – and if you don’t know it already, you should definitely listen to it and consider it for your wedding playlist.
Looking for someone to make sure your wedding entertainment is perfect? If you are planning your wedding in Louisiana, be sure to contact Spangler Entertainment right now – you will never regret having hired us for this memorable day of your life!