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So you’ve set a date, booked your venue and you’re now ready to make the big decisions about the biggest day of your life. Organising your wedding ceremony music doesn’t have to be stressful – Jenny can guide you through the whole process from your first contact through to the moment you walk up the aisle, with no panic, no fuss, and lots of helpful advice.

Once you make contact with Jenny, here’s what will happen next –

1. Confirming Availability – Jenny will check and confirm her availability for the date and location of your wedding ceremony.
2. Information Email Package – You will receive an email containing all the important information you need for completing your wedding music booking. This email will include details on pricing, deposit requirements, MP3 and video links. You also have the option of receiving a full Demo CD free of charge.
3. Deposit – To confirm your booking and secure your date, as with all other wedding suppliers, you will be required to pay a deposit. This amount is part of the full fee, with the remainder due to be paid in full by your wedding date.
4. Working on your Ceremony Music – You can begin making your music choices as soon as you are ready. Wherever possible, Jenny is happy to meet with you in person, and is also available for you to have a chat on the phone, or to email, about your music, at any stage.

Walking up the aisle is a huge and memorable moment.

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It’s important to take the time to get your music just right for the whole ceremony. You will have your own individual ceremony file where all your music is listed and organised. Should you have any unusual requests, or need any advice at all, Jenny will be happy to help and work with you.

More info on choosing your songs, instrumentals and themes can be found on Your Ceremony Music page, including a video showing examples of each piece of music fitting into a standard church wedding ceremony.