The Unity Ceremony takes place in the middle of the ceremony. Traditionally the couple will light a candle to symbolize the two people becoming one.
In recent years, couples create variations on this tradition.
Variations on the Unity Ceremony
Songs For Your Unity Ceremony
Whatever you choose for your Unity Ceremony, you’ll want music to fill the silence while the two of you are occupied.
Here are some ideas to spark your imagination:
“Without You” (Usher) by The Piano Guys
“Faithfully” (Journey) by The Vitamin String Quartet
“Fix You” (Coldplay) by The Vitamin String Quartet
“All of Me” (John Legend) by The Vitamin String Quartet
What are some of your favorite ceremony songs? Leave them in the comments!
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For your Grand March, you’ll typically pick something upbeat.
You pretty much can’t go wrong with anything that has the word “Party” in the title.
Here are some suggestions:
Party Rock Anthem
Don’t Stop The Party
I Gotta Feeling
The Silent Partner
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The Recessional is the song that plays as the newly married couple exits the ceremony. This song is typically the last song to be played and occurs as the happy couple faces their audience and are presented by the officiant. Cheers and applause follow as the couple and their wedding party exit the ceremony.
For a Recessional, couples often break tradition and go with something a little upbeat.
Here are some recommendations for a non-traditional recessional song:
Signed, Sealed, Delivered,
This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)
“Marry You” by Bruno Mars
“Best Day of My Life” by American Authors
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This is the music playing as guests are arriving to the ceremony, and as they are being seated. These selections typically involve quiet background music played by a guitar, harp, piano, or a string quartet.
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