William Shakespeare once wrote, “If music be the food of love; play on.” These quotes capture the feeling of a great wedding ceremony.
Figuratively speaking, wedding is just a word, but music gives it meaning. Choosing a superb wedding ceremony playlist is one way of spicing up and giving your wedding a memorable meaning.
A wedding ceremony playlist should not contain just any song or the whole ceremony can be bland. If you are overwhelmed by the wedding plans, you always have the option of hiring a professional DJ to help you come up with a great wedding ceremony playlist.
A professional DJ will know that only meaningful songs and memorable music should be featured on the wedding ceremony playlist.
Song Ideas for a Wedding Ceremony Playlist
Below are some popular wedding songs for your playlist:
1. “Jesu, Joy Of Man’s Desiring” by J.S. Bach
“Jesu, Joy Of Man’s Desiring,” is a timeless classic tune that has stood the test of time and has been featured in countless wedding ceremonies. The song rolls gently as an instrumental selection for a wedding prelude music.
Any seasoned DJ knows that this song throws the ambience of any wedding procession into a paradisiacal serenity.
2. “The Lord’s Prayer” by Albert Malotte
The best thing about music when it comes to wedding ceremonies is that you can use it to inject your own personality into the wedding ceremony.
If you are a Christian, you can add a spice of spirituality to your wedding ceremony by including “The Lord’s Prayer” by Albert Malotte in the wedding ceremony playlist.
3. “Because You Loved Me” by Celine Dion
“Because You Loved Me” is a smooth flowing song that takes everyone on a love journey. This song literally penetrates even the hardest of hearts, and it subtly strikes a chord in many others.
The song has remarkably inspirational and catchy lyrics. This song flows well as a prelude or processional song in any wedding event.
4. “Unchained Melody” by Righteous Brothers
“Unchained Melody” is a great cermony song for any wedding. The song has great lyrics that have seen it being labeled as a “ceremony standard” which invites all the guests in the wedding ceremony to lose themselves in the song.