Are you having a Church, Civil, Humanist or Spiritual wedding ceremony?
Need help choosing your ceremony music?
When booking your wedding ceremony music with Jenny you are guaranteed a personal and attentive experience. Helping choose the perfect music for you is Jenny’s priority. Having performed at many weddings over the years, her own experience is second to none.
Your wedding ceremony itself is such a personal part of your day, and it’s vital that you are happy and confident with what your singer can offer you. It’s really worth checking out your options and considering what you require from your ceremony musician, in terms of style, atmosphere, and expertise.
Of course, your music choice is individual to you and says everything about the kind of ambiance and atmosphere you would like to enjoy, at your ceremony or your reception.
The right music will make your day even more personal and meaningful to you as a couple.
Need help with choosing music for your ceremony?
Choosing to have your wedding ceremony in a catholic church usually means that the marriage itself will take place within a full mass. Very often people can be unsure as to where exactly the music fits in within the catholic mass layout, so here on is an example, with the musical parts in red, as it would appear in a Wedding Mass Booklet.
Below there are examples of suitable music for each part of the Church Ceremony. These are to give you some ideas and suggestions, based on Jenny’s experience, for what can work well during the mass.
CHURCH OF IRELAND
Choosing to have your wedding ceremony in a Church of Ireland church usually means that the marriage itself will take place within a full service.
Very often people can be unsure as to where exactly the music fits in within the service layout, so here on the opposite page is an example, with the musical parts in red, as it can appear in a Wedding Service Booklet. Jenny has also performed at Scottish Presbyterian and Methodist wedding ceremonies and welcomes learning any specific hymns you may choose.
CIVIL / HUMANIST / INTERFAITH / SPIRITUAL CEREMONY
When you choose to have a civil ceremony, or any other kind of non-religious ceremony, you can really have as much or as little music as you would like.
Civil ceremonies can take place in a far greater number of venues currently than they could in the past. From a simple registry office, to a function room decorated complete with aisle and floral arrangements, your selection of music for your ceremony can be equally varied and is totally down to your own personal choice.