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I love being able to provide examples of what songs sound like, so when couples ask, I’ll simply record a clip or the full song on my iPhone voice memo, and send it via text or email. It couldn’t be easier, and it gives my clients an idea of pacing, sound, and customization.
Here are a few examples:
Pachelbel’s “Canon in D” – easily the most popular song couples choose for Bridal Processional!
Here’s a version of Pachelbel’s “Canon in D” that I played with an organist accompaniment:
One of my clients had a Christmas-time wedding, and chose to customize her song package. Here’s an example of “What Child is This” that I played at her wedding:
A good friend of mine asked me to be a part of her wedding. Her fiancé wanted the song “Home” by Zac Brown band, and she wanted to blend in “All You Need is Love” by the Beatles (á la the movie Love, Actually!). Here’s what we decided on:
“Somewhere in Time” is a lovely song from a classic film. This song is part of my set playlist!
One of my clients decided to go with my Allegro (customizable) package, and “Rainbow” by Kacey Musgraves is one of her song choices:
Sinatra is a classic, as is this song: “The Way You Look Tonight” (part of my Set Playlist!):
This Ed Sheeran song is one of the most commonly selected from my Set Playlist – it works in every part of the ceremony. Couples have chosen it for their party processional, the bridal processional, and the recessional – it’s a win no matter what!
If you’d like to hear a recording of any other song within my Set Playlist or if you choose the customized package, just ask and I am more than happy to send it to you!