sets feature at least three musicians – a violinist, a cellist, and an accompanist playing piano (or, if you prefer, alternating between piano and guitar). You can also include a fourth musician on percussion for more energy and rhythm.
Our approach is unique – and every arrangement is completely custom. You won’t hear these songs done this way anywhere else.
For your cocktail and dinner reception
, we’ll construct a set from the “Modern Hits” and “Old-school Hits” lists at right. Your lead musician will talk with you before the reception and will be happy to include (or avoid!) certain songs to match your preferences.
For your wedding ceremony, you’ll work with your lead musician to build an exact agenda together. You’re welcome to select music from any of the lists on this page, or from our list of classical wedding music.
Here are two sample ceremony agendas to get you started:
- “A Whole New World (from Aladdin)” – Alan Menken‡
- “Anne of Green Gables theme“ – Hagood Hardy‡
- “Archer’s Theme” (from Star Trek: Enterprise) – Dennis McCarthy‡
- “Butterfly Waltz” – Brian Crain
- “Can You Feel the Love Tonight?” – Elton John‡
- “Feather Theme” (from Forrest Gump) – Alan Silvestri‡
- “Game of Thrones theme” – Ramin Djawadi
- “Hymne” – Vangelis‡
- “Jurassic Park theme” – John Williams‡
- “St. Elmo’s Fire theme” – David Foster‡
- “The Cider House Rules theme” – Rachel Portman‡
- “The Water is Wide (O Waly Waly)” – traditional
MORE CEREMONY IDEAS:
- “Marry You/Canon in D” mashup – Bruno Mars/Pachelbel‡
- “Over the Rainbow” – Israel Kamakawiwo’ole
- “Rainbow Connection” – The Muppets
- “Siman Tov Mazel Tov” – Jewish traditional
- “The Way You Look Tonight” – Frank Sinatra and others‡
- “Til There Was You” (from The Music Man) – Meredith Wilson‡
- “To Make You Feel My Love” – Bob Dylan, Adele
- “The Wedding Song” – Paul Stookey
†Songs suggested for a guitar ensemble.
‡Songs suggested for a piano ensemble.
Other songs work well with either piano or guitar. You can even book both together!