The Most Beautiful Songs to The Wedding Ceremony

You already know what songs will accompany your wedding? So the wedding? For us, one of the trickiest tasks-was quite apart from the fact, that it would have been pretty quiet to a hair.

The Most Beautiful Songs to The Wedding Ceremony

Yes, we thought we would have thought of everything: to book the photographer, to sign the contract for the location, the cake in order to give, to seek out the rings, the florist and the DJ to letters. But then we looked at in one day a few months before the wedding and I asked: “Tell me, how this actually with music at the wedding ceremony?” Uh, Yes. These things happen even a Hochzeitsbloggerin. Despite various ex cellists. And a handwritten wedding timetable. We had forgotten the thing with music. Heaven help, Zefix and Luja still a moi! A few months before a may wedding finds some really good musicians… I spent the next few days with Intensivstsuche so and found two women on guitar, just umhauten us and our guests with their voices and their interpretation – and specially for us, uh, studied a rather unusual wedding song. Yes, and because the two for me are the discovery at all, I will now more closely imagine it – and give you just a few ideas for beautiful songs to the wedding ceremony with on the way.

Alexandra and Hanna are together Ave Cantori, named after the Portuguese word for Songbird. Both make music with a major since music, Alexandra studied child days later in Munich guitar, Hanna jazz singing in the United States – and you can hear that. I confess: I me literally in her voice fell in. Maybe it is you so well, you this classic listen to, “Hallelujah” by Leonard Cohen:

One might think of the song Yes by the way, what you want, but to draw a comparison between different wedding singers, each singer of the song in the Repertoire and his own interpretation of it on the page is suitable it quite wonderful, because pretty much.

Brings us the question, which songs suited at all for such a ceremony. I think Yes: when otherwise than at a wedding you can it really schmaltz? But then somehow too much is too much tearjerker. Therefore my would be here

Tips For The Song Selection:

  1. mix song styles
    For the schmaltz can also work, I would mix different styles of music.For example current songs, unknown songs, rock, jazz and pop and even the great love songs of the 80’s and 90’s.
  2. mixing languages
    It must be not only English songs. German artists such as Grönemeyer, Naidoo, the doctors, silver Moon and swift have great lyrics and melodies that fit to the wedding!
  3. pay attention to the text
    Sounds trite, but it’s not.We found dozens lists with supposedly great for wedding songs on the net, who in fact also all very great emotional love listen to where it actually for the discharge of a person goes or is a separation or a rather half happy love.Example fallin’ by Alicia Keys. So I’d don’t want to hear more these lines at my wedding: “…and cause me so much pain just when I think I’ve taken more than would a fool…”. Example of Elvis Presleyalways on my mind : “maybe I didn’t love you quite as often as I could have…”
  4. selecting single verses
    If you want to have a song be sure this, a single verse but maybe here not quite fits the text, then let them away easily.Just speak with your singers – Hanna and Alexandra had drawn our attention by itself on SONGAAH.
  5. make the wedding no concert
    Always remember: it is a wedding and the pews and chairs are usually not so mad comfortable for your guests that they one and a half hours to sit on it.Generally range four to seven songs that should take each no longer than two minutes.We had five songs, the ceremony lasted around 40 minutes.

So get her an idea of what is possible, I have compiled times my personal, wildly mixed best-of mix you:

The 10 (+1) Most Beautiful Songs To The Wedding Ceremony

For collection

John Legend: all of me

Xavier Naidoo: I know nothing that is as beautiful as you

Joe Cocker: you are so beautiful

During the wedding ceremony

Herbert Grönemeyer: hold me

Stevie Wonder: Signed Sealed Delivered

Silver Moon: the best

Diana Ross & Lionel Richie: Endless Love

Make me whole Amel Larrieux:

Elvis: and I love you so

Extract:

Lykke Li: us

We opted for a, well, not-so-classic song decided because we connect to it a special story. Hanna and Alexandra have themselves admitted it and studied it up for us – in a way that would have may not be perfect. I used me before the pull-out song to our guests, asked them to the champagne reception after the pull-out and said that I would hope now otherwise just on their humor. We went out dancing, our guests were start and some headbangend in the series… AC/DC: Highway to hell