Wedding Liturgies

I have loved reading Little Miss Wedding Planner’s music for her ceremony.  So I’ve decided to go ahead and list our music as well.

Gathering Rights:

Prelude

Ave Maria (You Tube Version – Andre Rieu).  The prelude is when our parents and my grandma will be seated.  The last guests will also be seated at this point c/o of the ushers.

Processional

“Canon In D Major” Pachelbel. This is the music that will be played as the bridal party enters.  This will also be played as I walk down the aisle. Our music director will play this “a little special” for me as I enter as a special surprise.

Liturgy of the Word:

First Reading

Responsorial Psalm

“128: May the Lord Bless Us” Kundiman

Second Reading

Gospel Acclamation

“Celtic Alleluia” O’Carroll/Walker

Gospel Reading

Homily

Sacrament of Marriage:

Exchange of Vows and Rings (unity candle)

“Love is the Sunlight” Haas (piano only)

General Intercessions

Liturgy of the Eucharist:

Table Prep

“Jesu, Joy for Man’s Desiring” Bach

Eucharistic Acclamations (Holy, Holy – Christ Has Died, etc)

“Mass of Creation”

Communion Procession

“In Remembrance of You” Tate

Concluding Rites:

Recessional Song

“Allegro Maestoso” Water Music Suite

And that’s it!

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One Response to Wedding Liturgies

  1. Amy says:

    We’re using the Celtic Alleluia & Mass of Creation during our ceremony as well…love those versions for Mass. And I think I might use your idea of the Ave Maria for prelude–we haven’t discussed that with our musical director yet. Great choices, all around! 🙂

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