When you find your perfect match and are getting ready to plan the perfect wedding and leave your dating life behind, details are everything. A bride has her work cut out for her when she starts looking for the perfect wedding cake, the gown, the place settings, and of course, the music.
Every wedding should have music that compliments the personality of the couple. Traditional classical music selections are popular choices for ceremony music, but if you want your ceremony to be memorable avoiding the Wedding Marches by Wagner and Mendelssohn may help to create a more lasting impression. The one drawback to this is that because the Marches are so recognizable your wedding musicians are more likely to know this than some other choices.
If you plan on getting married in a religious ceremony remember to check with the church officials before selecting your music. There may be limitations on the music and instrumentation that is allowed to be used. From there you should choose and consult your wedding musicians right away to find out what they may or may not be able to perform. It is key to do this as quickly as possible since some of the most popular wedding musicians may be booked up to a year in advance. They can also supply you with a great amount of information as to what will sound the best in the location the ceremony is taking place and what music will suit different parts of the ceremony.