When it comes to choosing the right music for your wedding ceremony, there are a lot of things to consider. Venue size, budget, and even regulatory restrictions put in place by your secular or religious organisation all come into play. No matter what kind of wedding ceremony you’re organising, you’ll want your ceremony musician to be as unique as you are, and we’re here to make sure the musical accompaniment for your wedding ceremony is everything you envisioned.
No doubt you’ll want to set the mood for your guests from the moment they arrive at your wedding ceremony, so hiring the right ceremony musician is essential. It makes sense to hire an acoustic or instrumental performer for your wedding ceremony, they’ll set a more understated, classic tone, and provide a nice contrast to the live band or DJ playing at your reception.
Nothing says wedding’ quite like a string quartet, and for good reason. No matter what kind of issue finding a ceremony musician could present, a string quartet can deal with it. They can play both religious and secular music, won’t overshadow the couple getting married, and, with the help of acoustics, can easily fill a hall of up to 200 guests with beautiful music. If you’re having a smaller wedding ceremony, you could consider hiring a two piece acoustic band, a soloist with accompaniment, or even a harpist. It’s possible to have smaller groups at larger venues, but make sure they come with amplification equipment.