How to choose music for my wedding ceremony in Chicago
Choosing your ceremony music
Musicians will begin playing prelude fifteen minutes prior to your ceremony (as guests arrive), for your processionals, during your ceremony and as you recess the ceremony as a married couple.
Do you want the classics with a more traditional approach or perhaps you want to put a twist on some of your favorite rock and contemporary pieces. We have music and styles to suit every taste and event theme.
choosing music for walking down the aisle
- Choose appropriate music for the Prelude, Processionals and the Recessional for your ceremony
- Contact your coordinator/officiant to get the details and cues for the ceremony
- Organize with your church organist/cantor or family member/friend who would like to collaborate
- Custom Arrange your special song
- Wedding Ceremony Music
- Cocktail/Reception Music
- Catholic Mass Weddings
- Inter-faith Weddings
- Jewish Weddings
- Christian Weddings
- Non-denominational Weddings
- Same-sex Weddings
- Classical Music
- Tango Music
- Rock Music
- Pop Music
- Baroque Music
- Traditional Music
How to hire music for my wedding ceremony
2 violins, 1 viola, 1 cello
Our most popular ensemble. The quartet has the most extensive repertoire from classical, pop and classic rock. The quartet's sound is equally suited to a small garden or a large church wedding. The string quartet is a perfect choice for ceremonies and receptions.
2 violins, 1 cello
This ensemble has either two violins and one cello. The trio produces a beautiful sound that is perfect for smaller performance venues and more modest budgets. This ensemble is is well suited for wedding ceremonies and smaller cocktail hours.
1 violin, 1 cello
The string duo is our smallest ensemble. It is perfect for intimate gatherings and also works well for indoor ceremonies. While the string duo repertoire is limited, many selections can be adapted to provide a light and beautiful sound.
Pick Wedding Music Ceremony Processional Music
Contemporary Wedding Music Playlist