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Wedding music program

Wedding ceremony starts with selected prelude music of your choice. It is played while guests are gathering for the ceremony. Processional part pieces are in slow tempo, signing of register is accompanied by romantic melodies and recessional music is a joyful traditional song. Choice of music varies according of ceremony.

iViolin is proud to offer a few packages that can fit your program, budget, music taste and preferences. Pricing depends on song selection, ceremony duration, location and booking time. Our rates are very competitive so please contact us to get your unique price.

Ordering Wedding Music along with our photography/videography services signficantly reduces overall your wedding expenses.
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There is a wide variety of music in our repertoire you can select pieces from to play on your event. If you have something special in mind that you want to be performed on your wedding but it isn't listed here, no worries but just ask us and we will try to prepare that especially to you.

Prelude usually starts 15 and 30 minutes in advance before the actual ceremony begins. This music is for guests coming to the venue and seating. This is a harmonious music with a calm, sometimes with pastoral sentiment, it is designed to set a tone of relaxed composure and creates exalted mood for the wedding. Processional is the formal entrances of family and bridal party Signing of the Register Recessional refers to the formal exit of the bridal party including bride and groom and the bridesmaids and groomsmen Music for cocktail includes Classical, Tango and Pop excepts

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