Interlude Music for Wedding Ceremony Songs are played as elements in your ceremony other than the processional and recessional.
Interlude Music for Wedding Ceremony Songs
You’ve set the tone for your ceremony with the key songs you’ve chosen. The main musical moments during your ceremony are the processional and recessional. The time you enter and the time you exit.
There are other songs for certain moments in the ceremony that you want to consider. Music for the candle lighting,the sand ceremony, presentation of roses to mom’s.
These are songs that will fill the moment with just the right mood for what you are experiencing.
You can also choose to play a song that has special meaning for you just because. These are songs that you can play from a recording or something that a musician can play. You might even have someone in your family with special talents to share with their voice or on an instrument.
Here are the top 5 Interlude songs:
5. The Piano Guys A Thousand Years
This is a song originally recorded by singer and songwriter Christina Perri. Written by Perri and David Hodges, for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1. Here we have a very nice versions in instrumental with piano & cello..
4. Dan + Shay Speechless
“Speechless” is a song that was recorded by country music duo Dan + Shay. It appeared on their 2018 third studio album. They wrote the song with Jordan Reynolds and Laura Veltz.
3. Stevie Wonder Signed, Sealed, Delivered
“Signed, Sealed, Delivered I’m Yours” is a pop soul song by Stevie Wonder. It came out in 1970 as a single on the Motown label.
2. Christina Perri A Thousand Years
This song appears twice in our top 5. Recorded by Christina Perri. Very popular as an interlude and other places song.
1. Train Marry Me
This is our number one song, and for good reason. Written by Pat Monahan and recorded by the group Train, for their album Save Me, San Francisco. It hits all the right notes.
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