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The prelude music is played prior to the start of the ceremony. This is the first part of the Wedding where music plays, and during this time, your guests are making their way into the ceremony space. An entire Wedding ceremony session lasts approximately one hour, and the prelude music is played approximately 30 to 45 minutes prior to the start of the traditional ceremony, as some guests arrive extra early. For example, if your ceremony is set to begin at 6:30 p.m., then your prelude music will play at 6:00 p.m. 

Prelude music is usually comprised of soft music such as jazzbossa nova latin instrumentals , oldies mix and other soft music which can be used in the background to create a comfortable atmosphere for socializing. The music usually has an elegant and sophisticated touch, and is played at a low volume so guests can hear eachother speak. This music should feel as if it is part of the space, not too loud so as not to interfere with guests conversations, but not low where guests would not be able to hear the music as they arrive.  

The prelude music also makes it more comfortable for guests to sit and await your arrival into the ceremony space, as most guests may not be familiar with eachother, the music will eliminate the awkward silence. You will be merging two families and groups of friends, most who will not know eachother, background music will make it a bit more comfortable to sit next to eachother for the 30 or 45 prior to the main entrances (remember, most ceremonies do not begin on time).

Once your bridesmaids and groomsmen are ready to march into the ceremony, the prelude music is faded away slowly and the ceremony begins!

 

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The prelude music is played prior to the start of the ceremony. This is the first part of the Wedding where music plays, and during this time, your guests are making their way into the ceremony space. An entire Wedding ceremony session lasts approximately one hour, and the prelude...
The prelude music is played prior to the start of the ceremony. This is the first part of the Wedding where music plays, and during this time, your guests are making their way into the ceremony space. An entire Wedding ceremony session lasts approximately one hour, and the prelude music is played approximately 30 to 45 minutes prior to the start of the traditional ceremony, as some guests arrive extra early. For example, if your ceremony is set to begin at <span style="line-height: 1.5em;">6:30 p.m., then your prelude music will play at 6:00 p.m. </span> <span style="line-height: 1.5em;">Prelude music is usually comprised of soft music such as </span><span style="line-height: 1.5em;">, </span><span style="line-height: 1.5em;">, </span>,<span style="line-height: 1.5em;"> </span> <span style="line-height: 1.5em;">and other soft music which can be used in the background to create a comfortable atmosphere for socializing. The music usually has an elegant and sophisticated touch, and is played at a low volume so guests can hear eachother speak. This music should feel as if it is part of the space, not too loud so as not to interfere with guests conversations, but not low where guests would not be able to hear the music as they arrive.  </span> The prelude music also makes it more comfortable for guests to sit and await your arrival into the ceremony space, as most guests may not be familiar with eachother, the music will eliminate the awkward silence. You will be merging two families and groups of friends, most who will not know eachother, background music will make it a bit more comfortable to sit next to eachother for the 30 or 45 prior to the main entrances (remember, most ceremonies do not begin on time). <span style="line-height: 1.5em;">Once your bridesmaids and groomsmen are ready to march into the </span>ceremony<span style="line-height: 1.5em;">, the prelude music is faded away slowly and the <a href="http://songs.w3ddingdj.com/ceremony-music-2/">ceremony </a>begins!</span>  
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