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Adult Contemporary Wedding Processional Songs

Adult Contemporary Wedding Processional Songs

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Adult Contemporary Wedding Processional Songs

Welcome to Adult Contemporary Wedding Processional Songs this week’s Wedding Ceremony Music Series feature article. A weekly series where we showcase a different genre of music for the various parts of an American Wedding ceremony. Adult Contemporary wedding processional songs consists of songs that do not really fit into one category or the other. I suggest you look at other genres such as alternative genre, pop genre as well as rock, R & B and traditional genres of songs.

The leading artist on this list is Celine Dion. Her songs transcend multiple genres of music. Her powerful vocals and melodies take you on an emotional journey.

You were my strength when I was weak 
You were my voice when I couldn’t speak
You were my eyes when I couldn’t see
You saw the best there was in me

From ‘Because You Loved Me’ by Celine Dion

tells everyone in your processional how much they mean to you.

Suddenly before my eyes
Hues of indigo arise
With them how my spirit sighs
Paint the sky with stars

From Paint the Sky With Stars by Enya

Somewhere Over the Rainbow the rendition by Joe Satriani is an electric guitar instrumental you may want to consider using for your adult contemporary wedding processional song.

Just remember in the winter

Far beneath the bitter snows

Lies the seed that with the sun’s love

In the spring becomes the rose.

The Rose Bette Midler

We’re heading for something
Somewhere I’ve never been
Sometimes I am frightened
But I’m ready to learn
(‘Bout) Of the power of love

The Power of Love by Celine Dion

Two lights that shine as one

Morning glory and midnight sun

Time we’ve learned to sail above

Time won’t chane the meaning of one love

Ageless and ever evergreen

Evergreen by Barbara Streisand

Remember when choosing songs for your wedding processional, you have options with songs that on the whole may not be appropriate, but may have a lyrical section that is long enough for you to use. Factors to consider are how many are in the wedding processional and how far they will have to walk.

Want more Adult Contemporary Wedding Processional Songs?

Grab your copy of Bridal Songs Your Guide to Wedding Ceremony Music 2nd Edition a one of a kind wedding ceremony music resource! Find the perfect song for your wedding celebration.

You will find great country wedding ceremony songs for the prelude along with 10 other genres of music. You can find songs easily as the songs are listed by genre, artist and song title. The book details the different parts of the American wedding ceremony.

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Is there a song you would use for a Country wedding ceremony?  Love to hear it. Place any suggestions in the comments.

 

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DJ Jack 'Jacky B' Barros

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Alternative Rock Wedding Ceremony Song Suggestion Series

Alternative Wedding Ceremony Music

Wedding Ceremony Songs Alternative Rock: Video
Hi my name is Jack Barros I’m a Worcester area wedding DJ: This is my wedding song suggestion series. Have you always chosen the different path when it comes to music? If so, then you may find the perfect songs to play for your wedding ceremony in my book “Bridal Songs” “Your Guide to Wedding Ceremony Music” look for the alternative lists in each section

Most of the songs on the following list can be used for the prelude and or other portions of the wedding ceremony as well. You can hear portions of the following songs on my web site. Check out Jacky B’s Blog

The most popular Alternative wedding ceremony song is “Bittersweet Symphony” by the Verve.

  • Alternative and classical
  • The instrumental version is the one most brides choose.

A good choice if you need an alternative wedding ceremony song for the Groom would be “Here Comes Your Man” by the Pixies. Continue reading

Wedding Ceremony Music Suggestion Series 5 Fun Prelude Songs


Wedding ceremony music suggestion series by Jack Barros Boston area wedding disc jockey is a way of sharing different songs for your wedding ceremony needs. Here are 5 Fun Wedding ceremony songs for your prelude.

The prelude is when your guests are arriving. These songs are just my opinion and they are not for everybody.

What follows is for the bride & groom that wants their guests to be happy and have fun from the minute they become a part of their day till the final note plays of their last dance song!

A Crazy Little Thing Called Love by Queen will get your guests toes tapping and put them in the mood for love.
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Express to your guests just how much you love each other with Colbie Caillat’s Brighter Than the Sun.
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You can’t go wrong with Michael Buble and his rendition of How Sweet It Is which is good for prelude wedding ceremony music or cake cutting at the reception.
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Beach Boys Wouldn’t It Be Nice if you could find more songs like this for your wedding ceremony?
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Smash Mouth I’m a Believer in making sure that you and your guests have a good time.
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I hope this put you in the mood to listen to more great music for your wedding day! Remember to plan enough music for the prelude. Just in case someone’s late.

Visit my site www.djjackbarros.com to find out how you can get a copy of my new ebook “Bridal Songs” Your Guide to Wedding Ceremony Music

Jack Barros Boston area Wedding Disc Jockey

Wedding Tip about Receptions from a Boston Professional Wedding DJ

 

Just a quick tip from DJ Jack Barros a Boston Professional Wedding DJ! About where to set your wedding tables to create the perfect mood at your reception.

A recent past weekend I had the pleasure of playing music for Heather & James Macomber at Chamberlain Pavillion in Berkely, MA. Upon arriving at the venue I checked in with owner Jacqui Chamberlain to review the setup of the room and itinerary.

We walked into the Pavillion and her staff had started setting up the tables like in table setting 1 below. I was impressed that she immediatley instructed her staff to change the room to one similiar to Table setting number 2 below.

There are a few good reasons as to why she changed the layout of the room. A practical reason is that it is more efficient for guests and staff alike. More importantly wedding receptions are family reunions and your guests want to be able to talk. The close proximity of the tables allows for a more intimate setting.

One more good reason is that if you have a large dance floor in relation to the amount of people there is a loss of energy in the room. Most of us like to have other people around us when we dance and if there is to much distance we start to feel uncomfortable.

Tip of the day from DJ Jack Barros a BostonProfessional Wedding DJ, ladies is to have your wedding reception intimate and comfortable for your guests to be able to relax and have a good time by having the right table setup.

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