Below are some helpful suggestions for a perfect wedding ceremony service.
Microphones: Your guests came to share your celebration and hear you and your significant other profess your love for each other. You’re going to want to make sure everyone can hear both of you as well as what your officiant is saying.
Musicians: They typically won’t be bring any microphones for you and they may not even be amplified themselves.
You’re going to want at least one wireless lavalier mic for your officiant with one available for the groom (the grooms mic picks up the brides voice). You wrote out your vows to each other and you're going to read them, and even a handheld wireless mic on a stand will help or even if you're having a singer we'll be prepared.
It’s extremely important to have music playing as your guests arrive which is typically 30 minutes prior to your ceremony. Your prelude music should match your vision for the day - don't settle for boring classical if you prefer postmodern jukebox, pop classical covers, or whatever your heart desires.
Think about what songs you want your parents and or grandparents to enter to: The next thing to think about is the bridal party introduction music.
The next song is usually for the bridesmaids & bridal party, and then of course, here comes the bride. The bride comes down to her own special processional song.
If you are doing unity sand or candle lighting during the ceremony, think about a background song for that time as well. A good instrumental song that's light & easy works great during this portion of the service.
Don't forget the big moment after you're married, your recessional song.
Now it's time for photo's and then on to the celebration at the reception!