Your Unforgettable Day
Live Music for Wedding Ceremonies and Vow Renewals in Phoenix (LGBTQ-friendly)
For wedding ceremonies and vow renewals, you can hire many different wedding ensembles who are LGBTQ-friendly to play live music for you. But we don’t just play the notes; everything we play is performed with the utmost passion and taste so that your experience is deeper than just hearing pretty melodies.
Bride’s & Groom’s Processional Music
While there are several key moments in wedding ceremonies and vow renewals, the first, and most important, is the walk down the aisle. So much goes into that moment; a moment brides and grooms will never forget. No question, this 30 seconds of music is the most important piece of music during the ceremony. Whether it’s classical, a Broadway tune, a favorite popular song, or whatever else, you should pick what’s most meaningful to the both of you. Those most cherished moments of our wedding day will seem to go by in a millisecond, but we are here to help make your wedding ceremony an unforgettable experience.
Traditional Classical Ceremony Music
We play traditional classical wedding ceremony and vow renewal music with the same fresh passion as when these masterpieces were first written.
Traditional Classical Music Suggestions:
Canon in D, Johann Pachelbel
Popular Wedding Ceremony Music
If you’re looking for something other than traditional wedding music, you can choose from current popular music, country music, jazz, movie music, Celtic music, Spanish music or other music of your choice.
Below are some popular choices:
Can’t Help Falling in Love – Elvis Presley
Your Ceremony Music; Your Way
To get an idea of what our music would sound like at your wedding ceremony, including LGBTQ weddings, please check out our demos.
We’ve had some unusual requests for ceremony music and we’re always excited to try something new! If you are interested in having us play a song we don’t know already, no worries! We can arrange almost anything for flute and guitar and perform your request in a very short amount of time.
We would love to hear your ideas for wedding ceremony and look forward to putting together a play list that is completely unique to you.
Working with your officiant to plan your wedding ceremony or vow renewal, you can determine if any other parts of the ceremony will be suited for music. Most commonly, we play a short, lyrical piece during the lighting of a unity candle or during the sand ceremony.
If you’re having a traditional wedding ceremony or vow renewal, we can play a spirited version of Mendelssohn’s “Wedding March” once you are pronounced man and wife. A pop song can also work wonderfully for a recessional, if you’re looking for something non-traditional.