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Wedding Music Planner

For most religious wedding services, the officiant can provide guidance as to how many sung and/or instrumental musical pieces are typical and/or needed. For Roman Catholic services, the number of sung musical pieces will depend on whether the service is to be a simple wedding service or a full wedding Mass.

 

Catholic Wedding Ceremony without Mass

Prelude: You may wish to have a song sung while grandparents or groom’s parents and/or bride’s mother are being seated.

Processional: Usually instrumental

Responsorial Psalm: Sung by the soloist with refrain sung by the congregation

Gospel Acclamation: Sung by the cantor

Exchange of Vows and Rings: You may wish to have a song sung immediately after the exchange of vows and rings.

Recessional: Usually instrumental

 

Catholic Wedding Mass

Prelude: You may wish to have a song sung while the groom’s parents and bride’s mother are being seated.

Processional: Usually instrumental

Responsorial Psalm: Sung by the soloist with refrain sung by the congregation

Gospel Acclamation: Sung by the cantor

Exchange of Vows and Rings: You may wish to have a song sung immediately after the exchange of vows and rings.

Offertory Hymn: Sung by congregation, led by the soloist

Sanctus: Sung by congregation, led by the cantor

Memorial Acclamation: Sung by congregation, led by the soloist

Great Amen: Sung by congregation, led by the soloist

Lord’s Prayer: This may be sung or recited

Lamb of God: Sung by congregation, led by the soloist

Communion Hymn: Either a solo sung by the soloist, or a congregational hymn

Recessional: Usually instrumental


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