wide-open-uri20130524-2-1su11ukWEDDING WEDNESDAY TIP: Top 20 Ceremony Songs

posted by Sonja Chevere on June 24, 2013
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Scott Topper of Scott Topper DJ Productions shares with us his Top 20 wedding ceremony music that brides and grooms use as processional songs. Scott is no stranger to the entertainment business and he offers a talented team of professional Los Angeles DJ’s for your wedding event, as well as provide L.E.D. up-lighting and Los Angeles photo booth rentals. Click here to see his profile!

TOP 20 Ceremony Songs:

Traditional Wedding March, Here Comes The Bride – Mendelssohn or Wagner
Arioso – Bach
Ave Maria – Harry Conick, Jr.
Canon In D – Pachelbel
Dodi Li – Steven Sher
Elvira Madigan Theme – Mozart
Erev Ba – Shoshana Damari
Erev Shel Shoshanim
Heroic Marches – Telemann
Introduction – Purcell
Pachelbel’s Canon In D
Prelude to Te Deum – Charpentier
Processional to Tedeum – Charpentier
Romance from String Quartet – Mozart
Rondeau – Masterpiece Theater Theme – Mouret
Sleeper’s awake – Bach, Johann Sebastian
Trumpet Tune – Purcell
Trumpet Tune – Stanley
Trumpet Voluntary, Prince of Denmark’s March – Clarke
Wedding March from Lohengrin – Wagner

Bride and Groom Dance Party

Next Wednesday, Scott will tell us his Top 20 First Dance Songs. Be sure to check back!

Special Thanks to:

Sonja Chevere
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Sonja Chevere – Wedding Enthusiast, Blogger

Having been a bride, bridesmaid, and maid of honor, I have to say that I love everything there is about weddings. I adore the details and special touches that go into planning such a festive event. Aside from keeping myself preoccupied in the wedding world, I am a wife (married to my wonderful husband for 12 years), mom, and entrepreneur. Travel and photography are the other loves of my life.

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