As you meet with vendors you will quickly realize there's a whole slew of wedding-specific terms you'll need to be familiar with in order to get exactly what you want. It pays to know the vocabulary. Master this list so that you can deal with the pros in their language.
Ceremony Music Staples
Prelude: Quiet, gentle "background" music played at the beginning of the ceremony, as guests arrive and are seated.
Interlude: A song during the lighting of the unity candle or at another point in the ceremony. It can be instrumental or vocal. "Hymne a l’Amour" by Josh Groban, or the “Wedding Song (there is love)” by Peter, Paul and Mary are popular choices.
Processional: Stately music played as the bridal party walks down the aisle, with the bride and her escort at the very end (e.g., Pachelbel's famous "Canon in D"). Often the bride's walk is accompanied by a different tune (e.g., Wagner's "Bridal Chorus").
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